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What Really Killed The Football Legend,Diego Armando Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona Franco was an Argentine professional footballer and football manager. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers of our time. He was one of the two joint winners of the FIFA Player Of The 20th Century Award. 

The Argentina Soccer legend who was born on October 30,1960 has died on Wednesday,November 25,at age 60. 

The world cap winner has been in hospital prior to his tragic death,having only recently celebrated his 60th birthday. 

Maradona,who had been serving as head coach for Argentine Primera Division side Gimnasia de la Plata,has been in ill-health,having been hospitalised with a blood clot on the brain at the start of November. 

He was admitted at La Plata clinic on November 2 after complaining of fatigue and low spirits,with representatives for the star maintaining that the condition was not serious. 

The legend underwent a surgery to address the blood clot and the procedure was a success. 

He was subsequently released from hospital on November 12 to recover at home as an outpatient, with treatment and supervision from doctors. 

However, tragedy struck while he was recuperating at his home. It was reported across Argentina's media that Maradona's death was caused by a fatal heart attack. 

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