Despite the advances in technology, there remain various footballing "tactics" that work to perfection on video games and not so much in real life. Every individual has their own preferred moves, with Diego Maradona's Mexican side Dorados attempting one of the most popular in their Mexican cup loss to Querétao.
Argentine legend Diego Maradona described his decision to coach second-division Mexican club Dorados as a rebirth after years battling addictions, as he officially became the team's new manager Monday.
Diego Maradona's Mexican adventure will get underway on Monday as he is unveiled as the new boss of second-division side Dorados, with the World Cup winner having received a God-like welcome to Culiacan.
The latest chapter in Argentine football legend Diego Maradona's colorful career will be coaching Mexican second-division club Dorados, a team owned by a powerful family that has faced accusations of ties to drug trafficking.