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Dorados de Sinaloa goalkeeper gets Maradona tattoo

With Diego Maradona in charge, Dorados de Sinaloa are rock bottom of the Ascenso MX table having lost all three of their opening games in the Clausura.

However, one player who is unlikely to lose his first-team place is goalkeeper Gaspar Servio, who has taken steps to ingratiate himself with his manager.

Indeed, the Argentine goalkeeper has had Maradona's face tattooed on his arm along with a message that reads "I Believe In God."

Just a little on the creepy side, isn't it...

The Premier League...

The Church of Maradona is enjoying Diego's Dorados de Sinaloa success

ROSARIO, Argentina -- The critics sharpened their knives when Diego Maradona was announced as manager of Ascenso MX side Dorados de Sinaloa on Sept. 6. If a poll had been taken at the time of his appointment it would surely have produced a negative projection of the Argentine legend's chances of success, especially given his vulgar behaviour at the 2018 World Cup in Russia just a few months earlier. 

But for Hernan Amez, watching on from Rosario, there was never any doubt that Maradona...

Diego Maradona celebrates playoff victory with signature dance moves

Diego Maradona has his club into the semifinals and he is celebrating in the way he knows best -- by dancing!

Maradona's Dorados de Sinaloa have rolled their way into the semifinals of Mexico's second division playoffs, a remarkable run considering the club was flirting with the relegation zone when the Argentina legend took over as manager in September.

Never to shy away from any adulation, the World Cup winner joined his players after their Saturday match in singing chants (praising him, naturally)...

Diego Maradona's latest adventure in Mexico: finding risotto!

Maradona's enjoying his time in Mexico so far, finding the comforts of home in Culiacan.
Maradona's enjoying his time in Mexico so far, finding the comforts of home in Culiacan.

After spending a lively summer roaring Argentina on at the World Cup, it would appear that a return to club management has seen Diego Maradona relax and settle down again.

Maradona was appointed as new head coach of Mexican second-tier side Dorados de Sinaloa back in September and has since overseen two victories from his first four games in charge. Away from the pitch, the 57-year-old has proven that he still has the ability to create a stir everywhere he goes, even his local steak restaurant.


After a raging and wild World Cup, Diego Maradona is all business in Sinaloa

It could all change in due course but Diego Maradona seems serious about building something in Sinaloa.
It could all change in due course but Diego Maradona seems serious about building something in Sinaloa.

CULIACAN, Mexico -- When Diego Armando Maradona jumped up and wildly celebrated his team's 90th-minute goal in 10-man Dorados de Sinaloa's 2-0 victory over Leones Negros on Saturday in Estadio Banorte, the 57-year-old should have felt some pain.

Maradona's knees -- plagued by osteoarthritis and shot from pain-killing injections -- should have logically hurt from such exertion. But if the Argentine legend was supposed to feel anything, the emotion and adrenaline of the late goal outweighed it.


Maradona's winning debut: 10 observations from Dorados de Sinaloa

Diego Maradona sat down with ESPN following his Dorados side's opening victory in Ascenso MX.

Editor's Note: This was originally published for ESPN Mexico. Read the original here.

CULIACAN, Mexico -- It was a golden night for Diego Armando Maradona at the Estadio Banorte de Culiacan. In the magical debut of the iconic No. 10 from Argentina as manager of the second-division Dorados de Culiacan, here are 10 behind-the-scene things from a memorable evening in Ascenso MX, as they thrashed Cafetaleros de Tapachula 4-1 on Monday.

1. Maradona's arrival in Sinaloa has triggered Netflix's interest...