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Hardly hit by the death of Maradona, Argentina’s former coach rushed to the hospital.

the scene of the 2014 World Cup final.

November 27 ESPN: the former head coach of the Argentine men’s national football team, Sabella, was rushed to hospital on Wednesday local time. According to his family, Sabella has a history of heart disease. After learning that Maradona died, he was deeply hit and forced to be hospitalized.

Sabella led the Argentine national team to the runner-up of the 2014 World Cup. Born in 1954, he has been suffering from health problems in recent years.

In 2018, Sabella once said, “I remember saying to the players: ‘You can’t pay less than 100% of the effort.’ I asked them to do this, and I must fight to survive. It is understood that he will undergo a thorough physical examination after admission.

In 2014, Argentina broke through the Brazilian territory to the final, and finally had no choice but to drink hatred because of Götze’s final goal in extra time. Messi, who passed by the Hercules Cup, broke the hearts of countless fans. At that time, the Argentine team was headed by Sabella.

Later that year, some media revealed that the meritorious coach’s physical condition was not optimistic, and the Argentine team’s coaching position was not changing day by day. If you look back four years back, the Blue and White Army at the 2010 World Cup, the man in the coaching position is Maradona, and the two are also on the World Cup stage, inheriting the fire of the Argentine men’s football team.

In fact, in terms of age, Sabella is undoubtedly the predecessor of Maradona, but any Argentine footballer should have respect for Maradona from the bottom of his heart. The death of Maradona, the “King of Balls”, was unexpected. Old Sabella was shocked and admitted to the hospital after hearing the news.

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