Anyone But Diego Maradona

Can you name Anyone But Diego Maradona?

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Argentina's XI in Maradona's last game for the National Team (25/06/1994, FIFA World Cup group stage, won 2:1 vs Nigeria, Maradona sent home after failing a drug test)
GK, Independiente 
DF, Foggia 
DF, Parma 
DF, San Lorenzo 
DF, Zaragoza 
MF, Tenerife 
MF, Sevilla 
FW, Roma 
FW, Fiorentina 
FW, Roma 
Played in both 1986 and 1990 FIFA World Cup Finals (in 1986 Argentina Champions, in 1990 West Germany Champions)
DF, Argentina 
DF/MF, West Germany 
DF/MF, West Germany 
MF, Argentina 
MF, West Germany 
FW, West Germany 
Captained 2 or more times in a FIFA World Cup Final (as of 03/2019, Maradona in 1986 and 1990)
1994 and 1998 
1982 and 1986 
Part in 1982, 1986, 1990 and 1994 FIFA World Cup
DF/MF, (West) Germany 
South American player Awarded the Golden Ball, FIFA World Cup best player since 1950 (as of 03/2019, Maradona in 1986)
1950, Brazil 
1958, Brazil 
1962, Brazil 
1970, Brazil 
1978, Argentina 
1994, Brazil 
1998, Brazil 
2010, Uruguay 
2014, Argentina 
Longest period between a player's first and last goal in FIFA World Cup (as of 03/2019, 12 years, Maradona scored in 1982 and 1994)
1958:1970, West Germany 
1958:1970, Brazil 
1986:1998, Denmark 
1994:2006, Sweden 
1994:2006, Saudi Arabia 
1998:2010, Mexico 
2002:2014, Germany 
2002:2014, Croatia 
2006:2018, Portugal 
2006:2018, Argentina 
Argentinian player awarded FIFA U-20/World Youth Championship Golden Ball since 1977 (most outstanding player at the event, as of 03/2019, Maradona in 1979, Argentina Champions)
2001, River Plate 
2005, Barcelona 
2007, Atletico Madrid 
Awarded consecutive Rey del Futbol de America/King of Football of America/South American Footballer of the Year since 1971 (as of 03/2019, Maradona in 1979 and 1980)
1974, 1975, 1976, Chile 
2003, 2004, 2005, Argentina 
1981, 1982, Brazil 
2008, 2009, Argentina 
2011, 2012, Brazil 
Football player awarded the Olimpia Award, most important athlete of the year in Argentina (as of 03/2019, Maradona in 1979 and 1986)
1957: captain of Argentina at 1957 Copa America 
1991: captain of Argentina at 1991 Copa America 
2004: lead the team to gold medals at the 2004 Summer Olympics 
2011: world player of the year 3 years in a row and various other awards 
Played 25 or more games in both 1986-87 and 1989-90 Serie A for Napoli (Champions both times, the only Napoli Championships as of 01/2019)
DF, Italy 
MF, Italy 
FW, Italy 
Playing captain for a winning UEFA Cup club in the Final in the 1980's (Maradona captained Napoli in 1989 Final won 5:4 on aggregate vs Stuttgart)
1980, Eintracht Frankfurt 
1981, Ipswich Town 
1982, Goteborg 
1983, Anderlecht 
1984, Tottenham 
1985, Real Madrid 
1986, Real Madrid 
1987, Goteborg 
1988, Bayer Leverkusen 
Awarded Serie A Top Goalscorer in the 1980's (Maradona in 1987-88)
1979-80, Juventus, Italy 
1980-81, Roma, Italy 
1981-82, Roma, Italy 
1982-83, Juventus, France 
1983-84, Juventus, France 
1984-85, Juventus, France 
1985-86, Roma, Italy 
1986-87, Milan, Italy 
1988-89, Inter, Italy 
1989-90, Milan, Netherlands 
Barcelona's XI in Maradona's last game for the club (1984 Copa del Rey Final, lost 1:0 vs Athletic Bilbao, Maradona started a fight that ended with all players in a pitched battle)
GK, Spain 
DF, Spain 
DF, Spain 
DF, Spain 
DF, Spain 
MF, Spain 
MF, Spain 
MF, Spain 
MF, Germany 
FW, Spain 
Scored 2 or more hat-tricks in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (since 1960 to its abolishment in 1999, Maradona 1 in 1982-83 and 1 in 1983-84 for Barcelona)
2 in 1978, Inter, Italy 
1 in 1973-74, Borussia Gladbach, 1 in 1979-80, Barcelona, Denmark 
2 in 1963-64, Man Utd, Scotland 
1 in 1966-67, 1 in 1967-68, Bayern Munich, West Germany 
2 in 1972-73, Hibernian, Scotland 
2 in 1976-77, Levski Sofia, Bulgaria 
2 in 1971-72, Chelsea, England 
Historical Record Transfer at the time since 1980 (as of 03/2019, Maradona to Barcelona in 1982-83 and to Napoli in 1984-85)
to Juventus in 1992-93 
to Newcastle in 1996-97 
to Inter in 1997-98 
to Betis in 1998-99 
to Inter in 1999-00 
to Real Madrid in 2000-01 
to Real Madrid in 2001-02 
to Real Madrid in 2009-10 
to Real Madrid in 2013-14 
to Man Utd in 2016-17 
to PSG in 2017-18 
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