Maradona Shocks Football World With Dynamo Brest Presidency Announcement

Katie Ramirez
May 17, 2018

The Argentine, 57, left Fujairah on April 27 after failing to guide the UAE second-tier side to automatic promotion to the Arabian Gulf League.

Argentinian legend Diego Maradona has been named as the chairman of a football club in Belarus, according to reports.

Argentina great Diego Maradona has been appointed as the chairman of Dynamo Brest on a three-year contract, the Belarusian Premier League team said on Wednesday.

"Yes, Diego's with us!" the club wrote on its official Twitter account late Tuesday, following media rumours over the weekend.

Having enjoyed a varied career since he retired from playing, Maradona posted on Instagram: "I am president of the club, Dynamo Brest".

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"Thanks for the trust".

Diego Maradona will start his job at Dynamo Brest after the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

One-time Belarusian Premier League winners Dinamo are now eighth in the league and through to the Belarusian Cup final, where they will meet BATE Borisov next weekend.

Diego Maradona will deal with issues of strategic development of "Dynamo".

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