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  • Premier Futsal: Ronaldinho Will Not Play Anymore, Leaves For Brazil

    Premier Futsal: Ronaldinho Will Not Play Anymore, Leaves For Brazil

    Ronaldinho will be replaced by former Brazilian captain Cafu, who is a double World Cup winner (1994 and 2002)

  • Ronaldinho Escapes Unhurt After Traffic Signal Falls in Kerala

    Ronaldinho Escapes Unhurt After Traffic Signal Falls in Kerala

    Ronaldinho, Brazil's former World Cup star, is in Kerala to inaugurate the Sait Nagjee football tournament which is being revived after two decades

  • Neymar Best in the World Now: Ronaldinho

    Neymar Best in the World Now: Ronaldinho

    Neymar has scored 46 goals in 67 games for Brazil while he has found the back of the net 42 times in 69 appearances with Spanish giants Barcelona.

  • Former Brazil Soccer Star Ronaldinho Escapes Unhurt in Car Crash

    Former Brazil Soccer Star Ronaldinho Escapes Unhurt in Car Crash

    Former Brazilian football star and two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho escaped unhurt after his car veered off the road in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Brazil Former Star Ronaldinho Quits Fluminense

    Brazil Former Star Ronaldinho Quits Fluminense

    Ronaldinho, a two-time World Player of the Year and star of Brazil's 2002 World Cup winning team, told Globo news site that he was leaving for "personal reasons".

  • Ronaldinho Joins Brazil's Fluminense

    Ronaldinho Joins Brazil's Fluminense

    It will be Ronaldinho's second spell at a Rio de Janeiro club, having represented Flamengo in 2011 and 2012 before taking legal action to void his contract over alleged salary delays.

  • Ronaldinho's Star Fading Fast in Mexico

    Ronaldinho's Star Fading Fast in Mexico

    Ronaldinho, the 35-year-old former Barcelona playmaker, has not performed anywhere near the level that made him a world player of the year and World Cup winner in his prime.

  • Absent Ronaldinho Threatened With a Sacking

    Absent Ronaldinho Threatened With a Sacking

    Ronaldinho -- a member of the 2002 World Cup winning side and world player of the year in 2004 and 2005 -- has not returned as he said he would a fortnight ago for pre-season training having been allowed to go to the United States and Brazil to put his personal affairs in order after the end of the previous campaign.

  • Neymar Will be the World's Best, Says Brazilian Ronaldo

    Neymar Will be the World's Best, Says Brazilian Ronaldo

    Brazil football great Ronaldo Ronaldinho Gaucho, Kaka, Adriano and Robinho were not able to lead the team and Neymar's generation will now have to get the job done.

  • Be Organised: The World According to Dunga

    Be Organised: The World According to Dunga

    Though it is the likes of Pele, Garrincha, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho -- and Neymar -- who star in most fans' dreams as they fret over which reformist path to take to the future, Dunga says he has no time, and no need, to don rose-tinted spectacles.

  • No Ronaldinho, Kaka in Scolari's World Cup Brazil Squad

    No Ronaldinho, Kaka in Scolari's World Cup Brazil Squad

    Milan forward Robinho (92 caps) missed the cut along with former world players of the year Ronaldinho (97 caps) and Kaka (87 caps), as Luiz Felipe Scolari announced a 23-member Brazilian squad for World Cup 2014.

  • Brazil assistant coach hints at snubbing Ronaldinho for World Cup

    Brazil assistant coach hints at snubbing Ronaldinho for World Cup

    Brazil assistant coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said Ronaldinho hasn't been able to continue his career in the way that is needed to play with the Selecao with complete and total dedication.

  • Ronaldinho, Kaka left out of Brazil's Confederations Cup team

    Ronaldinho, Kaka left out of Brazil's Confederations Cup team

    Ronaldinho apparently was set to secure his place after playing well recently and receiving widespread praise from fans, local media and Scolari himself.

  • Neymar becomes comic book character in Brazil

    Neymar becomes comic book character in Brazil

    Other Brazilian players who have become children's comic book characters include Pele, Ronaldinho and Ronaldo.

  • Ronaldinho sets up Atletico Mineiro win over Sao Paulo

    Ronaldinho sets up Atletico Mineiro win over Sao Paulo

    Atletico coach Cuca lavished praise on Ronaldinho, who returned to Brazil's national team for the first time since February last year in the Selecao's 1-2 defeat to England at Wembley Stadium earlier this month.

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