Diego Maradona Denies Having Brain Disorder

ZACATECAS, MEXICO - OCTOBER 20: Diego Armando Maradona coach of Dorados gives instructions to his players during the 12th round match between Mineros and Dorados as part of the Torneo Apertura 2018 Ascenso MX at Carlos Vega Villalba Stadium on October 20, 2018 in Zacatecas, Mexico. (Photo by Refugio Ruiz/Getty Images)


Argentina football Legend, Great Diego Maradona has angrily rubbished reports of him battling with an incurable disease known as Alzheimer’s.

Recently, Maradona, 58, left his job as manager of Mexican second tier side Dorados before reports broke out that he was having serious issues.

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Argentinian newspaper Cronica published the report according to UK Mirror, and Diego Maradona has now responded.

”They’re lying, they’re lying. They speak of Alzheimer’s and they don’t know what it means.

The word Alzheimer’s is an awful word. People with Alzheimer’s die. I’m not dying. These sons of they know what throw it out there to create confusion. I don’t do confusion,” Maradona said.

However, Last October after Maradona was pictured struggling to walk across a training pitch in Mexico, his surgeon German Ochoa confirmed the football legend has severe arthritis in both knees.


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