Maradona's death a 'devastating blow' for Naples, says his old club Napoli
NAPLES, Italy (Reuters) - Italian soccer club Napoli said on Wednesday the death of its former star Diego Armando Maradona was a 'devastating blow' for both the city and the club. 'We are in mourning,' said club spokesman Nicola Lombardo
NAPLES, Italy (Reuters) - Italian soccer club Napoli said on Wednesday the death of its former star Diego Armando Maradona was a "devastating blow" for both the city and the club.
"We are in mourning," said club spokesman Nicola Lombardo. "We feel like a boxer who has been knocked out. We are in shock."
Maradona played for Napoli between 1984 and 1991, helping the city win its first Serie A league title.
(Reporting by Crispian Balmer; Editing by Jon Boyle)
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