The footballing legend is presently the boss of Dorados – who’ve misplaced their opening three video games of Mexico’s second tier league this season
An Argentine footballer has paid homage to his supervisor and hero Diego Maradona by getting a tattoo of the footballing legend on his leg.
Gaspar Servio, who’s the goalkeeper for Maradona’s facet Dorados in Mexico’s second tier, took his relationship together with his boss to the following degree after getting the World Cup winners face completely marked on his physique.
The tatt includes a close-up of the face of 58-year-old sporting a Dorados cap with the phrases: “I imagine in God”, branded in black letters underneath the portrait.
Servio, 26, loved a profitable season final time period with Maradona after Dorados made it to the play-off finals.
The previous Argentina nationwide boss has led his facet on a spectacular run of form after taking over in September.
However, Dorados eventually failed to win promotion to the top division and Maradona was sent off in the first leg after appearing to threaten to punch the opposition manager.
Servio and Maradona have clearly shaped a great working relationship however that isn’t being translated onto the pitch this season.
El Gran Pe are sitting on the foot of the Ascenso MX league – having misplaced their opening three matches.