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  1. Dalma Salvadora Franco is the mother of legendary Argentinian soccer player Diego Armando Maradona. She passed away at the age of 81 on November 19, 2011. She was married to Don Diego, with whom she had eight children. She helped her son get rid ...

  2. Dalma Salvadora 'Doña Tota' Franco Cariolichi (1930 - 2011) - Genealogy

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    24/5/2018 · "He was the fifth child and first son of Diego Maradona 'Chitoro' and Dalma Salvadora Franco 'Doña Tota' (1930–2011). Both his parents were illegitimate children; his father took the family name of his mother because his ...

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  3. 小孩的母親達爾瑪·薩爾瓦多拉·弗朗科(Dalma Salvadora Franco)拿出迭戈在艾薇塔醫院(Evita Hospital)的出生證明,確認他的年齡。弗朗西斯那一刻的 ...

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  4. 迪亞高·馬勒當拿 - 維基百科,自由的百科全書

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    馬勒當拿在1960年10月30日出生在阿根廷首都布宜諾斯艾利斯的維拉-費奧里托區的一個貧困家庭 [5],父親是瓜拉尼人迪亞高·馬拉多納·迪耶納( Diego Maradona Senior )、母親是意大利人後裔達瑪·薩爾瓦多拉·佛朗哥( Dalma Salvadora Franco )。 11歲時在小 ...

  5. Maradona with his parents, mother Dalma Salvadora Franco and father Diego Maradona Senior in 1980 Maradona smokes a cigar before the start of the Argentine First Division soccer match between Boca ...

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  6. They hung up a banner with the legend's face painted across it and an image of his mother Dalma Salvadora Franco. Fans wave their shirts in tribute to Maradona last night as they gathered by the ...

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  7. Diego Maradona - Wikipedia

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    Born to a Roman Catholic family, his parents were Diego Maradona Senior and Dalma Salvadora Franco. Maradona married long-time fiancée Claudia Villafañe on 7 November 1989 in Buenos Aires, [239] and they had two daughters, Dalma Nerea (born 2 ...

    • 30 October 1960
    • Diego Armando Maradona
    • 25 November 2020 (aged 60)
    • Lanús, Argentina
  8. Diego Maradona Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts - LifeBogger

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    Truth be told; no other individual or event has had a greater effect than Dalma Salvadora Franco, better known as ‘Dona Tota’, on the career and life of her son. This reverence is a fitting tribute for the woman who more than anybody else fought ...

  9. Diego Maradona Biography, Childhood, Career, Personal Life | SportyTell

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    Here are some quick facts you need to know about the Argentine football legend. 1. Full Name:Diego Armando Maradona 2. Nicknames:Barrilete Cósmico, D10S, El Diez, Dieguito, Pelusa 3. Date of Birth:30 October 1960 4. Age:59 years old 5. Place of Birth:Buenos Aires, Argentina 6. Nationality:Argentine 7. Zodiac sign:Scorpio 8. Height:5 ft 6 in (1.67 m) 9. Weight:67 kg 10. Parents: 10.1. Father:Diego Maradona 10.1. Mother:Dalma Salvadora Franco 11. Siblings: 11.1. Brothers:Hugo Maradona, Raúl Maradona 11.2. Sisters:Maria Rosa Maradona, Rita Maradona, Elsa Maradona, Ana Maria Maradona, Claudia Maradona 12. Wife: 13. Children: 13.1. Son:Diego Sinagra 13.2. Daughters:Giannina Maradona, Dalma Maradona, Jana Maradona

    Diego Armando Maradona was born on 30 October 1960, into a poor family in Lanús in Buenos Aires, but grew up in Villa Fiorito, still located in Buenos Aires. He was the first male child born to his parents, Diego Maradona (father) and Dalma Salvadora Franco (mother). From an early age, Maradona had shown great interest in football that at the age of 3, a football was presented to him as a present. He soon began playing football locally and by the time he was 8 years old, he was spotted by a scout, Francisco Cornejo, who was astounded by his impressive football skills while he was playing for Estrella Roja, a local football club in his neighbourhood. While he played football as a young child, he greatly admired George Best and Roberto Rivellino. He soon began playing for the youth team of Argentinos Juniors. He instantly became a fan favourite as well as a sensation following his style of play which includes great football skills as well as entertaining dribbles.

    Argentinos Juniors

    Just days to Maradona’s 16th birthday, he debuted for Argentinos Juniors, precisely in October 1976. He was given the no. 16 jersey and thus became the youngest player to play in the Argentine Primera División. During his debut game, he announced his presence by performing an amazing dribble. He played for five years at Argentinos Juniors before he made the move to fellow Argentina club, Boca Juniors. At Boca Juniors, a club Maradona intentionally chose to be transferred to despite offers fro...

    Barcelona

    Following an impressive stint at the 1982 World Cup, Maradona moved to Barcelona for what was a world record amount of £5 million. His first trophy with Barcelona was the 1983 Copa Del Rey. In the El Classico held in June of that year, Maradona scored a very amazing goal against Real Madrid that fans in the stadium including opponent fans applauded him. He was the first Barcelona player to receive such ovation. His career soon was under threat after he was infected with Hepatitis and also sus...

    Napoli

    In July 1984, about 75,000 fans gathered at the Stadio San Paolo to watch the official unveiling of Maradona as a Napoli player. His move to Napoli was significant due to the fact that the Serie A was dominated by teams from the Northern and central parts of the country. Teams in the southern part were not seen as top rivals. Aside from that, the economic divide, as well as a whole lot of issues between the North and South parts of Italy, added tension to football which was largely dominated...

    After he was left out of the 1978 World Cup due to the coach’s concern that he was too young, he performed brilliantly at the 1979 World Youth Championship where he led Argentina to victory and was awarded the tournament Golden boot. He played at the 1979 World Cup. He featured in his first World Cup in 1982, where he played in five games as Argentina were unsuccessful in their world cup conquest. In the 1986 World Cup, Maradona established himself as a legend. In the tournament, he played in all games for Argentina. He also registered his famous “Hand of God” goal against the United Kingdom in the quarter-final of the competition. His second goal in the game against the UK was voted the best goal in the history of the World Cup as well as the best goal in the 20th century, as he dribbled from his own half and in 11 touches scored a magnificent goal. He was named the tournament Golden Ball winner, which made him the first player to win the Golden Ball at the FIFA U-20 and FIFA World...

    In November 1984, Maradona married Claudia Villafañe. They got divorced in 2004, but maintain a friendly relationship. Maradona is the father of Diego Sinagra, a child he had with a woman while he played at Napoli. He has two daughters, Dalma Nerea and Gianinna Dinorah, from his relationship with Claudia Villafañe. Maradona is a Catholic as he his from a Roman Catholic family. In November 2011, his mother died at the age of 81, while his father died in June 2015 at the age of 87. Maradona was addicted to drugs as a footballer, and also suffers from Obesity. He also suffered from alcohol abuse in the past. Maradona is vocal about his political opinions. He was a friend to Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro and also resented Former US President George Bush presence in Argentina. But since the election of Barrack Obama he has had a positive opinion of the US. He is a long time supporter of embattled Venezuelan president, Nicolas Maduro, despite division over who legitimately runs the country...

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  10. ¿Quién es quién en el clan Maradona?

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    Dalma Salvadora Franco: (Doña Tota) A las 7.05 del 30 de octubre de 1960, trajo al mundo al Diego en el policlínico de Lanús. Una incondicional de su hijo . Falleció en 2011, a los 81 años.