Guillermo Coppola went through ESPN F12 and talked about the current situation that Diego Maradona is going through in the last time, which ended with the Argentine star in a clinic in La Plata.
The Gymnastics and Fencing coach of La Plata is admitted to a clinic and Coppola said Coppola regarding the appearance of Maradona in the preview of the Professional League Cup match between Gimnasia and Patronato: “I thought I wasn’t going on Friday, I knew I was in a state of depression.” And he highlighted: “I don’t think they forced him to go, I believe in the good faith of the people “.
The former representative recalled how communication was when they were together and compared it with the current one: “The last time I saw him on the court he made a gesture to call him, I did and no one attended me. In my time you did not touch the phone, that was 16 years ago, but apparently now it is different. “
“At the time I saw him sad, we had moments of total loneliness, but I never saw him with a painting like the one they say now. We all saw that Diego was not well on Friday, “Guillote recalled about some situations in the past and the exposure that Maradona suffered.
When they asked him if he had let Diego go to the field, he commented: “If I saw him in that state, I would have dribbled him and I said: ‘For ten minutes Diego? We’d better stay here quiet.’ We had mutual trust. “.