Maradona gear up for grabs
Irish Daily Mirror|December 18, 2021
DIEGO Maradona's fans will have a chance to snap up some of the football legend's memorabilia in an auction tomorrow, just over a year after his death.

His iconic cigars, a pair of BMW cars and a luxury villa that Maradona bought his parents are all coming under the hammer.

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