Culiacán, Sinaloa.- Diego Armando Maradona’s stay in Mexico did not start well. According to local media, the residents of the exclusive private neighborhood where the Ten was going to live, denied access to the trucks that transported the furniture for the move to their new home.
The only requirement that the Argentine idol had asked for was that his house should have the same comforts as those he had in Dubai. The La Primavera subdivision is one of the best areas in the north of the country.
“It was said that the move had arrived two days ago to furnish the house of the new technician of Dorados, but the same neighbors denied him access,” Mexican media confirmed. The area is so exclusive that it has its own Administrative Council that is responsible for accepting or vetting future residents.
Apparently, the same anonymous group of owners forbade him to enter the Argentine star for fear that the poor background that haunts the new technician of the Dorados end with the tranquility of the inhabitants of the place.
The gated community of Culiacán of which houses that reach values of more than 520 thousand dollars and, to enter, the interested one must complete a form and deliver it to the Council. In addition, the future owner must detail their “social, economic status, place of work and good repute”.
So far, Diego Armando Maradona continues to stay at the Hotel Lucerna, Culiacán, the same as the great coach Pep Guardiola was in his time as a player of the Dorados in 2005. Pelusa is guarded 24 hours by a bodyguard.