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Maradona backs Venezuela's Maduro, signs for World Cup coverage

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Maradona backs Venezuela's Maduro, signs for World Cup coverageCARACAS (Reuters) - Former Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona has voiced fervent support for Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro and signed up to work for Caracas-based Telesur TV during next year's World Cup in Russia. ......
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News video: Maradona meets with Venezuela's Maduro, announces his own World Cup show

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Argentine soccer star Diego Maradona met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with the sport's legend annoucing plans to host his own television programme during the 2018 World Cup

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