Category Archives: Diego Maradona

Maradona Singing: Brasil, Decime Que Se Siete!

Adding salt to the wound, the legendary Maradona joined the crowds. Maradona was seen from inside the World Cup’s International Broadcast Center in Rio de Janeiro celebrating Brazil’s loss with the staff of an Argentine television network. He was singing the now famous “Brasil, Decime Que Se Siente” but changed the word ‘siente’ with ‘siete’ to indicate number 7 and point out the 1-7 loss of Brazil.

 

Maradona Brasil Decime Que Se Siete

 

Enjoy the video!

 

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Argentina Song For the World Cup: Brasil Decime Que Se Siente

If you have been following the World Cup in Brasil 2014, you surely couldn’t miss the one song that is repeated and heard everywhere by everyone.

The song is titled: Brasil Decime Que Se Siente.

 

Brasil Decime Que Se Siente

It is set to the tune of “Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival — and predicts not just triumph for Argentina, but deep humiliation for Brazil. And the players themselves have joined the choir [Check this video from the locker room of Argentina after the win over Belgium >>> HERE].

The same song and tune have been around for some years, but the lyrics are altered to fit the occasion of the World Cup – Brazil 2014. The words focus on Argentina’s celebration on Brazilian ground, with reference to four main things: 1- Brazilian humiliation at home by Argentinians 2- The goal that Claudio Cannigia scored in the World Cup – Italy 1990, against Brazil [check HERE] 3- Messi winning the World Cup in Brazil 4- Maradona is greater than Pele.

The lyrics of the song in English are sort of not structured (you can blame Google Translate for that), but here they are in a way or another:

 

Brazil, tell me how it feels

Having your Daddy here at home

I swear after all these years

We are never going to forget

That Diego slipped it by 

To Cani who banged it home

You have been crying since Italy

Messi with no doubt

Will bring the Cup to us

Maradona is greater than Pele!

The Spanish words for the song are almost the following [You can download a clean version HERE]:

 

Brasil, decime qué se siente
tener en casa a tu papá…
Te juro que aunque pasen los años
nunca nos vamos a olvidar…
Que el Diego te gambeteó
que Cani te vacunó
que estás llorando desde Italia hasta hoy

A Messi lo vas a ver
la Copa nos va a traer
Maradona es más grande que Pelé…

 

Enjoy the song… Enjoy the atmosphere… Enjoy the videos below from everywhere…

 

 

 

 


Diego Maradona Sends the Finger to Julio Grondona After Argentina vs Iran Match

Julio Grondona – the Argentina Football Association President – claimed, as many did, that Diego Maradona is bad luck to the Argentina National Team in Brasil 2014 World Cup.

The claim was based on the fact that Argentina was held to a scoreless draw against Iran while Maradona was watching the match from the stadium with his daughter. The moment Maradona left the stadium, Lionel Messi decided to show up and score the winning goal.

Maradona had a simple reply on live TV as per the photo below. [You can read more details about the incident HERE]

 

maradona send his regards to Grondona


Diego Maradona and His Daughter Dalma in a Song and a Music Video by APOLO

Gritándole al Viento is the name of the new song by APOLO featuring Diego Maradona and his daughter Dalma.

The Argentinean band APOLO collaborated with Maradona and shot the music video in April 2014. The shooting took place in Dubai – UAE, and Buenos Aires – Argentina. The song and the video were released just in time ahead of the World Cup in Brazil 2014.

Maradona and Dalma with Apolo singing Gritandole al Viento

The band was formed in January 2014 and it just released its new song that talks about hopes, dreams and love and is extremely passionate about the subject of soccer. The title of the song (as Google Translate suggests) means ‘Screams to the Winds’ and it highlights how people unite under a flag to reach glory while showing the world the true passion.

 


The Victorious in Lebanon

The Victorious team has already started touring the Arab countries to discover football talents.

For those who do not know what ‘The Victorious’ is, here is a brief summary:

Dubai Media Incorporated has launched a Football Talent Academy Show called “The Victorious”. It will be a reality TV show on Dubai TV and Dubai Sports TV and under the supervision of Diego Maradona and Michel Salgado. The show will see off 22 contestants from the Arab countries trying to compete for the title. The winner will be granted $ 100,000 and a chance to join Juventus, Real Madrid, or Hamburger SV.

The team running the show is already visiting the Arab countries for the try outs.

The big news is that the talents of LEBANON are invited to apply and participate on 7 February 2014. They will be tested against speed, skills, physical attributes, and personal traits. Any possible talent between the ages of 16 and 22 can apply.

If you are interested, here is the link to APPLY.

For more information, follow @dubaiTV on Twitter or check their website: http://dmi.ae/thevictorious/

 

The Victorious Poster with Diego Maradona


Goal of the Century from a Rare Angle

A new/old video surfaced the web in the past two days, and it is worth at least one post:

Diego Maradona’s “Goal of the Century” against England at the 1986 World Cup, as seen from behind Peter Shilton’s goal.

Watch again and again and enjoy! 

 


Diego Maradona and Thierry Henry Celebrate UAE National Day

Football legends Diego Maradona and Thierry Henry participated in the celebrations for the 42nd UAE National Day. They both put on the national dress and happily joined the people in Dubai for the celebrations.

Here are some shots off Twitter and a video showing Maradona dancing the traditional UAE way.

Diego Maradona at the UAE National Day Celebrations

Diego Maradona at the UAE National Day Celebrations

 

 

Thierry Henry at the UAE National Day Celebrations

Thierry Henry at the UAE National Day Celebrations

 


Happy 53 rd Birthday Diego Maradona

Football was born when Maradona was

Football was born when Maradona was


Lionel Messi Calls to Free Palestine and Visits the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem

Photoshoped or not (and that might be Messi’s photo with the t-shirt), it doesn’t matter. Keep religion and politics out of football. Make football NOT war.

Messi and Maradona: A call for peace?

Messi and Maradona: A call for peace?

 


Lionel Messi at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem

This photo has brought out angry feelings from certain Messi fans of a specified religion/sect/ethnicity/race.

I am not posting it to defend or attack Messi, but to remind everyone of the severe and unjust campaign Maradona suffered from around the year 1995.

Maradona and Messi at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

Maradona and Messi at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem


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