Diego Maradona’s manager and buddy Stefano Ceci has actually discussed the football legend’s abrupt death, stating that the Argentinian icon “was tired and didn’t want to live anymore.”
Ceci, who dealt with Maradona for several years, exposed that regardless of his international appeal the football star was extremely lonesome and delicate, and “never had real peace.”
“Diego was always alone: people only ever thought about Maradona. Diego stopped being Diego when he turned 17. He was very difficult to deal with as a person, because he was fragile, full of insecurities, humble and good-natured. I have 20 years of wonderful memories,” Ceci said.
“Recently he was letting himself go, physically and mentally. I think he was tired and let himself die, he no longer really wanted to live,” he included.
The football manager mentioned that continuous household scandals just even more tired him with his moms and dads being the only individuals who really enjoyed him.
“The family chaos that surrounded Diego meant he never had real peace. Even now that he’s dead, they are still tearing each other’s hair out. At least now he can be with those he loved the most, his mother and father. Now Diego is in peace,” Ceci stated.
Maradona passed away on Wednesday after suffering a cardiac arrest at his house on the borders ofBuenos Aires He was buried next to his moms and dads in a personal event gone to by just 2 lots individuals.