Diego Maradona Considers Settling Down In Belarus

The legend of the world football, Chairman of the Board of FC Dinamo Brest, Diego Maradona arrived in Brest on Monday, 16 July.

“I may stay here to live.”

Shortly afterwards he made the relevant statement at his first press conference in our country,

Maradona admitted that he is open to the idea of ending his career in Brest and staying there to live.

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“I saw that it is a serious project. If I end my career in Brest, I may stay here to live,” said the former football player.

He also thanked FC Dynamo Brest for the invitation to chair the football club’s board.

Diego Maradona stressed it was a great honour for him to be there in a new status.

“I am grateful for their signing me up. It was one of the best things to happen to me in my life.

I thought that in my age I didn’t have time to take a team and make it great. I will try to accomplish that with FC Dynamo Brest.

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I want to give them the best out of my football career, the experience I’ve accumulated during many championships.

I had three offers. I’ve chosen this one because I liked a lot the attitude and the willingness of people, who’d come from Belarus,” said Diego Maradona.

The Argentinean former footballer also got familiar with the club and to attend the match Dinamo Brest vs Shakhter Soligorsk.

He also addressed the team and the audience with greeting words before the game.

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Recall that Diego Maradona signed a three-year contract to join the Belarusian club Dinamo Brest as their new chairman.

He will oversee the strategic development of the club and all its structural units, including the children’s academy.

Source: BelTA