11/25/2020 1:45 PM
Updated 11/25/2020 1:45 PM
Oscar Ruggeri was one of Diego Maradona's great companions during his football career.
From the title they won with Boca in Metro 81 to the unforgettable title of México 86, they built a bond that lasted throughout the years, with their comings and goings.
This sad Wednesday, in mourning for Argentine football for the death of Diego, he found him in a television studio.
During the program "ESPN F90", in a frame of desolation, Cabezón left a heartfelt message with the memory of Ten and showered him with praise.
"It's incredible, che. And it seems that one is waiting to be told that it was nothing. How crazy ... We were all talking, with the group (of champions from 86) ... We did not want to get ahead of the pandemic, because we were afraid of getting together and that something would happen. We couldn't talk or see each other. Crazy, che ... ", started Ruggeri.
El Cabezón also listed the losses suffered by that champion squad.
"Stop fucking me, 60 years old ... El Tata, 62, Cucciufo 40 something. Mommy, what this kid made us live. One of the most beautiful moments of my life. To see him in there, of the energy that threw you . A crack in every way. "
And he highlighted his merits as a group leader.
"If there was a guy who wore the tape in every way correctly, this was it. This one was different from all the captains because on top of that he was the best of all. How happy he made us, crazy ... We went to the National Team because we knew we were I liked it, because it was Argentina, but we knew it was there. And we couldn't not be ... ".
Ruggeri stressed the pain of not being able to be close to Diego in this context, as a result of the pandemic situation.
"On top of that, not being able to be with him, not being able to talk to him, nothing ... Not being able to fire him.
This is a strike in the world."
He also talked about the pain that his peers showed on the show.
"I am moved to see all of them here who are falling into tears, because it must happen to all Argentines. I don't think there is an Argentine who is not shedding a tear, because of what this boy has done for our country. Yes. someone united all the Argentines was this when he played for Argentina ".
And he closed with pure feeling: "A kid, crazy ... That is the biggest fight. It can't be ... It can't be ..."
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