Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp:
“It was the best all my life, maybe this is not true now because I met Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi many times, during my days as a player he was the most prominent player, I think his life shows the beauty and difficulty of your life as a world-class soccer player, I met him once, and at the level of
Leeds United coach Marcelo Bielsa:
“For us he was and will always be an ideal, and the fact that he was absent from us makes us feel a deep sadness. The loss of the ideal makes us feel weak, Maradona was an artist, and one of the most prominent examples of that poetry I wrote about him which was unusual and I have read ten texts after his death was
Everton coach Carlo Ancelotti:
“Maradona was a great player and he was the best player on earth at the time. He came to Napoli and Napoli became the toughest opponent when I was playing for Milan. I played against him many times.
Sometimes I couldn’t stop him, and I tried to kick him sometimes, but he was very fast and strong. I have wonderful memories of him.
He added: “After the end of our two career in the stadiums, I met him twice or three, and he was really a cheerful and kind person. Of course his life was busy, but he was and will remain a legend in football. It cannot be said who was the best Maradona or Pele, but each of them is a legend. They helped football to gain more.” Of importance in the world
Newcastle United coach Steve Bruce:
“I always made sure to watch him whenever he appeared on television or in any match he participated in. It is sad to lose this very great player. Maradona was simply the best.”
Coaches’ reactions to Maradona’s death
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