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Maradona holds first press conference as new coach of Mexican club Dorados

By Reuters
11 September 2018   |   10:03 am
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona, a 1986 World Cup winner, held his first news conference on Monday after being appointed coach of Mexican second division team Dorados on Thursday.

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