In the summer of 1984, the best footballer in the world is in a professional dead end. Diego Armando Maradona is 23. Two years earlier, he has come as the most expensive player ever from the Argentine club Boca Juniors to FC Barcelona. Actually, it should begin the world career. Blessed with fabulous talent, Maradona inextricably holds the ball in the foot, even when dribbling at high speed. He can dance with the ball. But at night he celebrates excessive parties, and during the day he plays with his opponents, the opposing fans and, worse, the FC Barcelona officials. So he has to leave Catalonia. He is broke and no other club wants him. Except the SSC Naples.