Former Italian national team player Antonio Cabrini spoke about the death of the legendary Argentine football player Diego Maradona.
“The love of Naples was real and strong, but unhealthy. It's like the boundless love of a mother for her son, who makes mistakes, but everything is forgiven for him. In Naples, he was untouchable. No one would ever dare to tell him that he is wrong. He grew up in a very poor family, and in this city he faced the same thing. He was a passionate follower of Naples because he identified with all of its problems. If Maradona had played for Juventus, he would not only have won more trophies, but he might still have been alive. The environment would have saved him, "- quotes the words of Cabrini ITV.
Maradona died at the age of 60 from cardiac arrest. On November 11, he was discharged from the hospital. The ex-footballer underwent surgery for a subdural hematoma. It was reported that after discharge, Maradona was taken to the clinic for treatment for alcohol addiction.