Maradona puts Brest foot forward

16 May, 2018, 23:29 | Author: Darnell Taylor
  • Diego Maradona recently finished a tenure as coach of the United Arab Emirates’ second-division club Al Fujairah

The 57-year-old Maradona said posted a photo of his new contract on his Instagram, with the note: "Thanks for the confidence and for thinking of me".

The job begins after the summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, wpolityce.pl said. The legendary Argentinian football star became the chairman of the board of the Belarusian football club. FC Dynamo Brest has been a participant of all football championships of Belarus.

Maradona will begin his new job after the conclusion of the 2018 World Cup, according to the club, who won the Belarusian Super Cup with a 2-1 victory over BATE in March.

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Brest, who won the Belarusian Cup previous year and its Super Cup in March, said Maradona will be officially introduced as chairman at Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi.

Diego Maradona is unveiled as the new chairman of Dinamo Brest, who are now down in eighth place in the Belarusian Premier League.

The former Barcelona and Napoli forward previously managed UAE team Al-Wasl along with the Argentina national team from 2008 to 2010. Diego Maradona has been working as a coach since 1994.

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