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Ronaldinho - Wikipedia

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (born 21 March 1980), commonly known as Ronaldinho or Ronaldinho Gaúcho, is a Brazilian former professional footballer and ambassador for Spanish club Barcelona. He played mostly as an attacking midfielder, but was also deployed as a forward or a winger. He played the bulk of his career
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Ronaldinho: a player so good he made you smile | Football | The

17 Jan 2018 Ronaldinho's brother was his idol but he ended up better than him. He was better than anyone at the time: you genuinely wondered if he might end up better than anyone else ever. It didn't last long enough for that but it lasted because he did things you'd never witnessed before, skills most never imagined
Source: www.theguardian.com

Brazil legend Ronaldinho retires from football, says his brother and

16 Jan 2018 The brother and agent of the 2005 Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldinho says the former Brazil and Barcelona playmaker has retired from football.
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Ronaldinho - Football's Greatest Entertainment - YouTube

21 Nov 2017 Ronaldinho Gaúcho best skills & goals for FC Barcelona, Brazil, AC Milan. PSG & more! Share this video with Dinho if you enjoyed: https://twitter.com/10Ronal
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Ronaldinho: Brazilian World Cup winner retires from football - BBC

16 Jan 2018 Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho has retired from football, although he has not played a game since 2015.
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Ronaldinho - News, views, gossip, pictures, video - Mirror Online

9 Feb 2018 El ClasicoTop 50 El Clasico players this century: From Ronaldinho to Luis Figo - 20-11 in Real Madrid vs Barcelona countdown · 1 · Mirror Football is counting down the 50 best players to have played in the derby this century · RonaldinhoRonaldinho meets his match at charity game - but Brazilian legend
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Ronaldinho Gaúcho News & Profile, Page 1 of 2 | Goal.com

Latest Ronaldinho Gaúcho news from Goal.com. Includes rumours, transfer news, club performances as well as a comprehensive and complete personal profile, page 1 of 2.
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Messi or Ronaldo? Ronaldinho was more talented than both | Goal

17 Jan 2018 At around 1.30am, Ronaldinho picked up the ball inside his own half, skipped past two opponents and then unleashed a stunning 30-year drive that crashed off the crossbar on its way into the net. Barca drew the game but Ronaldinho had brought hope back to Barca. In time, he brought trophies too.
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Ronaldinho retires aged 37 and three years after last gameand

17 Jan 2018 Ronaldinho has retired aged 37 and three years since last playing a match. His brother and agent, Roberto Assis, confirmed: "He's quit football, it's over." But the party-loving Samba star is looking to celebrate ending his explosive career with a bang. Assis said: "Let's now do something nice [his farewell],
Source: www.thesun.co.uk

Farewell to Ronaldinho: From Barcelona to Brazil a | Daily Mail Online

17 Jan 2018 2018 will forever be remembered as the year football changed forever. There is always a tinge of sadness when a player retires, but for younger fans, Ronaldinho's exit hurts more than most.
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Ronaldinho - Player Profile | Transfermarkt

Complete name: Ronaldo de Assís Moreira. Date of birth: Mar 21, 1980. Place of birth: Porto Alegre Brazil. Age: 37. Height: 1,80 m. Nationality: Brazil Spain. Position: Midfield - Attacking Midfield. Foot: right. Current club: Retired. In the team since: Feb 3, 2017. Contract until: -. Social media:
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Farewell Ronaldinho - we thought you'd already called it a day but

19 Jan 2018 Ronaldinho - he of the goofy grin and the Soul Glo perm and the 'flip flap' and those glorious no-look passes - decided to call it a day. Perhaps you noticed. More likely you didn't. The announcement did not generate the sort of hysteria one might have expected the retirement of arguably the most gifted
Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

Ronaldinho Announces His Retirement; Why He Is One Of Soccer's

16 Jan 2018 At his peak, Ronaldinho played like a force of nature. Speed, guile, and superb technique he combined with the ability of a natural showman. No move was too audacious, no shot on goal too outrageous. Today, he confirmed his retirement and this is why he is one of soccer's all-time greats.
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