Connect with us

Diego Maradona’s tormented private life, with its tangled relationships and paternity suits, suggests distributing his inheritance will be a complex task for lawyers bracing for claims from a slew of children — those he recognised and those he didn’t.

“There’s going to be a big fight. He didn’t leave a will,” according to a source close to the family who declined to be named.

Maradona made and wasted millions over his years at the pinnacle of his fame with Barcelona, Napoli and Argentina, and he also made some shrewd investments.

Watch European Football with beIN SPORTS and ESPN on Kayo. New to Kayo? Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >

Time to get over Hand of God

Time to get over Hand of God

0:58

Source link

Soccer

Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira come to agreement about Paul Pogba and Manchester United

Published

on

Paul Pogba has sparked a debate between Manchester United great Roy Keane and Arsenal hero Patrick Vieira.

Source link

Continue Reading

Soccer

Greenpeace parachute protest goes wrong at Allianz Arena, video

Published

on

A Greenpeace protest at Euro 2020 has gone horribly wrong after a person attempting to parachute above Munich’s Allianz Arena spiralled out of control and crash landed.

While trying to circle above the ground before France’s shown with Germany, the parachuting protester struck a Spidercam cable, which forced them to lose control and plummet towards the ground.

Footage from inside the stadium shows that the protester terrifyingly swooped towards the stands and narrowly avoided fans before crashing on the ground during the teams’ warm-ups.

Watch every Socceroos World Cup Qualifier in June Live & Free on Kayo Freebies. Join now & start streaming instantly >

READ MORE

‘Disgusted’ Ronaldo’s Coke stunt has $5.2bn consequence

‘Thought my career was finished’: Socceroos star’s tears as he opens up painful path to huge milestone

Ugly biting claims in Euro blockbuster; Ronaldo’s record-breaking double: Euros Wrap

Germany’s Antonio Rudiger went over to check on the protester who eventually stumbled to their feet before being escorted away by security.

Greenpeace said on social media that the protest was against Volkswagen, which is a major sponsor of the European Championships.

On the parachute were the words ‘KICK OUT OIL!’.

The match was able to proceed on schedule with France winning 1-0.

Ronaldo double leads Portugal to victory | 01:24

Source link

Continue Reading

Soccer

Man Utd star Paul Pogba could face punishment for potential COVID breach after France win

Published

on

Paul Pogba was named the man of the match after helping France start their Euro 2020 campaign with a win over Germany.

Source link

Continue Reading

Trending