Every soccer player young and old needs an inspirational figure head to motivate them towards greatness. And Diego Maradona is exactly that, his excellent technical skill on the pitch, combined with his expertise with managing teams, he most certainly is an inspiration to all soccer enthusiasts. So whether you are a devoted player or are thinking of branching into a more managerial role in the football world, Maradona is a great example of how the transition can be made effortlessly. Therefore within this article we are going to explore the history of Maradona and how his football career evolved over the years. So continue reading if you want to find out more about this highly significant player.
Where it all began for Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona was born on the 30th October 1960 and was raised in a shanty town just outside of Buenos Aires called Villa Fiorito. He was the first boy born in his family and has three older sisters and two younger brothers. And although
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Carlos Tevez waves goodbye to his beloved Boca Juniors and says hello to mega-money with his new signing to Shanghai Shenhua. The Argentinian, former Manchester United striker has secured his deal that will make him the highest-paid player in the world.
Supporters were left pleading for Tevez to reconsider his move to Shanghai Shenhua by holding up signs that read "Don't Go, Carlos!" during his last game, where he was took off during the 90th minute to receive a rapturous reception, giving an emotional wave goodbye to his beloved fans as he prepares for his next chapter in his journey.
Tevez at Boca Juniors
As some of you loyal fans are well aware of, Boca Juniors is where Carlos Tevez began his professional footballing career. Carlos made 110 appearances f
Posted: November 15, 2015|
Carlos Tevez left Juventus in the lurch this summer, opting to return to his former club, Argentina's Boca Juniors, rather than stay in Italy for another contract cycle. Tevez was Juve's top scorer during the 2014 2015 campaign, tallying 20 goals in league play and 29 across all competitions. He led the football club to titles it both the Serie A and the Coppa Italia, the runner-up finishes in both the UEFA Champions League and the Supercoppa Italia. Fast-forward to this season and Juventus are struggling to earn a spot in the upper half of the Serie A table, and the lack of Tevez is a big part of the reason why. But Boca Juniors fans can rejoice in Tevez's skill as Boca Juniors win Argentine League title for the 25th time.
A Triumphant Return for Tevez
If Juventus are hurting without Carlos on the soccer pitch, though, the 31-year-old Argentine forward is
doing just fine without his
Boca Juniors have reached the round of 16 for the 2014 2015 Copa Argentina tournament, and local favorite son Carlos Tevez is one of the men most responsible for the victory. Tevez may currently be a nominee for the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award-thanks to his dynamite performance at Juventus last season-but his days in European football, it seems, are done. On July 13th, just two days before Tevez was named to the UEFA award shortlist, Juventus announced that he would be transferring to Boca Juniors for a €6.5 million fee. And now as Carlos Tevez makes Boca Juniors return he has also officially scored his first goal since returning to the club that made him famous.
A Foregone Conclusion
To outsiders, it may seem surprising that Carlos Tevez is heading to Argentina for the 2015 2016 season. In his two years at Juventus, he helped the Italian soccer club win two Serie A titles, a Coppa
What's going on with the Carlos Tevez Boca Juniors rumors? The Argentine forward has had a tremendous season at Juventus FC, serving as the football club's top goalscorer for the second year in a row. He's played a huge role in Juve's 2014 2015 Serie A victory-he's actually the top scorer for the entire division-as well as in the team's campaign for the UEFA Champions League title. However, despite all of these superlatives, rumors have been swirling as of late that Tevez is unhappy in Italy and wants to return to Argentina-or, more specifically, to his hometown football club, Boca Juniors.
Tevez, of course, started his senior career at Boca all the way back in 2001. He played four seasons there-making 110 appearances
Posted: March 27, 2015|
Could Argentina's Boca Juniors be on their way to a title in the 2015 Copa Libertadores? It certainly seems possible after the group stage! With two group fixtures still to go, the Juniors have already earned advancement to the next round of South America's most prestigious club football tournament. Celebrate the team's success with a new 2014 2015 home jersey from Soccer Box's Boca Juniors store.
Right now, the Boca store at Soccer Box is pretty sparse. We only have stock remaining of the Boca Juniors home jersey 2014 2015. However, we are proud to carry official Nike gear for this wonderful Argentine football club. Until we get new merchandise in for the team, take the opportunity to grab their blue and yellow home jersey for the 2014 2015 season. The football jersey is currently