Diego Armando Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona

The whole world is interested in knowing the real causes of the sudden death of soccer legend Diego Maradona after suffering a fatal heart attack in his home at the age of 60 years.

And after doubts swirled about his private doctor, and some accused him of neglecting his medical duty towards Maradona, Maradona’s private doctor defended himself, hinting in a private interview on Argentine radio that he believed that Maradona might have committed suicide by neglecting to take his medication, and this has not yet been confirmed.
Argentine media reports, according to a forensic source, revealed that experts had not found traces of drugs or alcohol in the body of the late Argentine footballer Diego Maradona.
According to the Argentine “Telam” agency, the blood and urine tests that Maradona conducted for drugs and alcohol gave negative results.

This is what was found in the body of Maradona

Diego Armando Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona

But other substances were found on the body of the late legend player Maradona, where an antidepressant was found used to treat anxiety, and an atypical antipsychotic was found used to treat chronic and acute schizophrenia, and an anti-epileptic that could cause drowsiness.
Experts confirmed that some psychotropic substances discovered have an effect on arrhythmias.
It is noteworthy that the Argentine Prosecution intends to convene a medical council to analyze the situation and decide whether these drugs are suitable for chronic heart patients and whether death can be avoided.
It is worth noting that the whole world is still shocked and affected by the death of football legend Diego Maradona, world soccer champion in 1986 with the Argentine national team, and the late Argentine player Diego Maradona died at the age of 60 of a heart attack and an extended heart muscle in his private home in his family on Wednesday 25 November. Last November.
He was buried in a sad state ceremony on Thursday, November 26, at a cemetery near Buenos Aires.

Maradona’s last will

Diego Armando Maradona
Diego Armando Maradona

British media reported this week about a plan to exhume the body of the late Argentine legend Diego Maradona in order to “embalm it”, based on the will he left before his death on November 25, after suffering a severe heart attack at his home.
According to the British newspaper “The Sun”, Maradona’s lawyer, Matthias Morla, confirmed that the late Italian football legend and “Napoli” club had left a letter a week before his death recommending that his body be embalmed, as a tribute similar to that obtained by the leader of the Soviet Bolshevik revolution, Vladimir. Lenin, whose body was preserved and on display in Red Square in the Russian capital, Moscow, since 1924.

Maradona signed his letter on October 13, that is, weeks before his death, in which he stated, according to the testimony of his lawyer, Matthias Morla: “After a deep analysis, I want to express my desire for my body to be embalmed after my death and displayed in the aforementioned museum, surrounded by as much of Prizes and personal things that I have achieved in my football career, to get the good feelings from people there. ”
Mario Boudri, the lawyer for Veronica Ojeda, Maradona’s wife, confirmed that this plan is under study, as discussions are being held with the brothers of the late legend, in order to extract the body from the Bella Vista cemetery in Buenos Aires and to create a mausoleum that fans can visit.
“This idea is being discussed with the Maradona brothers because the proposal that we have is serious and concrete with covering all expenses, but the final decision will be the responsibility of the Argentine Football Association,” said Mario Bodi.
The repercussions and effects of the death of world football legend Diego Maradona continue.

An Italian sculptor creates a statue of Maradona

According to the media, an Italian sculptor named Domenico Sepi honored the late Argentine player by making a wonderful statue of him, which will be donated to his fans in Naples, in southern Italy.
The repercussions and effects of the death of world football legend Diego Maradona are still continuing, and attempts to honor him with the various available technical means are also continuing.


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