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Ronaldinho the ace midfielder and once an icon of the football game worshipped by millions, is now left all alone to weep at his own demise.
Ronaldinho’s poor performance in the world cup came under severe flak from all quarters and was even attributed reasons for his awful show.
When Ronaldinho was criticized in the media for his lackluster performance in 2006 World Cup events, not many of his die hard fans took notice of the criticism and thought that losing or winning was all part of the game.
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Ronaldinho signed for Barca in the 2003-04 season following in the footsteps of a number of illustrious fellow countrymen who had enjoyed successful careers with the club: Evaristo, Ronaldo, Romario and Rivaldo.
Ronaldinho began his footballing career with Gremio de Porto Alegre, where his burgeoning talent soon brought him to the attention of the international football world.
In 2001, Ronaldinho decided to try his luck in European football and signed for French league outfit PSG though his debut was delayed due to a financial dispute between the two clubs.
www.fcbarcelona.com /web/english/futbol/temporada_07-08/plantilla/jugadors/ronaldinho.html   (594 words)

 Ronaldinho Rumours and Transfers
Ronaldinho - or little Ronaldo, made such a huge impact as a teenager that Paris Saint- Germain broke the world record transfer fee for a teenager to bring him to the club.
When you talk to young players they all want to be Kaka, Ronaldinho, Henry.
Ronaldinho has been recalled to the Barcelona squad for Tuesday's UEFA Champions League clash with Rangers.
www.football-rumours.com /ronaldinho.html   (2036 words)

 Ronaldinho Fan Site - Pictures, Videos and Wallpapers
Ronaldinho recognises that since he was a child he has had two goals in his head
Ronaldinho is Crowned Sovereign of the Mass Media
One of the few players to win consective FIFA World Player of the year awards, Ronaldinho is arguably the best player in the world at the moment.
www.ronaldinho.cc   (299 words)

 Stories Tagged 'ronaldinho' » Netscape.com
Sports – AC Milan have given up in their bid to sign strikers Samuel Eto'o and Ronaldinho from Barcelona, the Serie A club's vice-president said on Thursday.
Sports – MARACAIBO, Venezuela, July 16 (Reuters) - Ronaldinho and Kaka preferred to go on holiday rather than play at the Copa America, yet the Brazilian pair's absence was barely missed in a memorable, goal-packed tournament.
Sports – Brazil won the Copa America sans Ronaldinho and Kaka who asked to be rested during the tournament.
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  Ronaldinho - Wikipedia
Bhàsaich an athair aige, João, le clisgeadh cridhe nuair a bha Ronaldinho 8 bliadhna a dh'aois.
Na oigridh thoisich Ronaldinho a sealltainn a cho ealanta 'sa bha è le ball-coise trobh bhidh a cluich futsal agus ball-coise air an tràith agus an deidh greis thoisich è a gabhal ri ball-coise tradiseanta.
An deidh Cupa an t-Saoghal an 2002, le Ronaldinho air sealltainn cho math 'sa bha è aig ìre eadar-nàiseanta, bha sgiobanan nas motha a feuchainn ri fhaighinn agus ann an 2003 dh'aidich è gu robh è airson PSG fhagail.
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 Ronaldinho - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Among his many achievements and accolades, Ronaldinho has been awarded the FIFA World Player of the Year award twice (2004, 2005), as well as the European Footballer of the Year award and the FIFPro World Player of the Year award (2005) and is regarded by many as the best player in the world.
Ronaldinho was born in Vila Nova, a neighborhood in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Ronaldinho is also said to have signed with Barcelona instead of Manchester United because of his friendship with former Nike executive in Brazil and Barcelona's then vice-president in charge of sports, Sandro Rosell.
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 Guardian Unlimited Football | News | Justin Webster talks to football star, Ronaldinho
Ronaldinho's second season in Barcelona has not been as heroic as the first, when, virtually single-handed, he dragged the team up the table after a disastrous start to the season and ensured that they qualified for the Champions League.
Ronaldinho remembers their home as a place of happiness, surrounded by a large extended family, with football, and his other passion, music - the samba he still loves to play - ever present.
Ronaldinho was more of a risk, in the sense that he gives you sporting performance from day one and, if you are consistent and develop it, a commercial impact later.
football.guardian.co.uk /comment/story/0,9753,1499509,00.html   (4194 words)

 Ronaldinho Biography - Ronaldinho.cc
Ronaldinho was born into a family of football addicts, living in a wooden house in the heart of a favela.
In 2001, Ronaldinho moved on to PSG where he became a fan's favourite with his tremendous flair and excting style of football - also contributing tremendous amounts of goals.
Ronaldinho then moved to Barcelona - arguably the biggest club in the world - for what now seems a bargain at £21,000,000.
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 Scoring Drought Doesn't Faze Ronaldinho
Ronaldinho led Brazil to titles in the 1999 Copa America and the 2000 pre-Olympic tournament, as well as in last year's Confederations Cup in Germany.
Ronaldinho was held scoreless in the three warm-up matches in which Brazil outscored its opponents _ Swiss club FC Lucerne, Fluminense's under-20 squad and New Zealand _ by 25-1.
Ronaldinho said he knows fans and the media are expecting more from him.
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 USATODAY.com - Ronaldinho is man to watch at World Cup   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bombom — and a soccer ball — were by Ronaldinho's side at all times as he grew up in a poor family in the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre, at a time when he didn't even dream of playing in a World Cup.
Ronaldinho enchants everyone with his impressive skills and nifty tricks — from the no-look pass to the "elastic" dribble, in which he fakes moving the ball in one direction and suddenly pulls it back the other way.
Ronaldinho will be the focal point as the Brazilians go for a second consecutive world title — and sixth overall.
www.usatoday.com /sports/soccer/worldcup/brazil-ronaldinho.htm   (790 words)

Ronaldinho's father was a footballer, his brother Roberto enjoyed long and successful career with Gremio Porto Alegre, and the youngster followed in their footsteps.
Ronaldinho Gaucho burst onto the scene when he was crowned champion and top scorer at the FIFA U-17 World Championship in Egypt in 1997.
Ronaldinho made a slow start to his PSG career but soon became one of the stars of the team.
kcblazesoccerclub.com /Players/ronaldinho.htm   (538 words)

 Lenovo News - United States 2006-05-01 Ronaldinho Named a Lenovo Worldwide Brand Ambassador
Ronaldinho, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Player of the Year for two years running, currently plays for Barcelona and the Brazilian national team and is expected to play a key role in Brazil’s defense of its World Cup title when the tournament begins on June 9, 2006.
Ronaldinho will be featured in worldwide marketing campaigns and promotional activities for the recently announced Lenovo-branded notebook and desktop PCs powered by Intel.
Ronaldinho first made his mark in the worldwide football arena in 1997, as the top scorer for the winning Brazil team at the "Under-17 World Championships." In 1999 he led his team to victory at the America's Cup.
www.lenovo.com /news/us/en/2006/04/ronaldinho.html   (704 words)

 CBC.ca - Sports - World Cup 2006 - Stars - Ronaldinho
Ronaldinho spent three seasons with Gremio, while at the same time establishing himself as a star for Brazil's national team — he helped his country win the 1999 Copa America and finished as the top scorer at the Confederations Cup that same year.
Ronaldinho was recognized for his Spanish renaissance when he beat out Henry and Shevchenko to win the 2004 FIFA world player of the year award.
Ronaldinho, as usual, was as the centre of both victories.
www.cbc.ca /sports/worldcup2006/stars/bios/ronaldinho.html   (582 words)

 Biography of Ronaldinho
Ronaldinho de Assis Moreira was born on 21st March, 1980 in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
After playing well for Barca Ronaldinho was named as one of the 11 greatest living footballers, announced by FIFA and chosen by Brazil legend Pele.
Ronaldinho played in the Brazilian World Cup 2006 squad, however Brazil did not shine and went out in the quarter-finals.
www.biogs.com /famous/ronaldinho.html   (490 words)

 Ronaldinho voted World Soccer Player of the Year - World Soccer News
Ronaldinho is your choice as 2004 World Player of the Year.
After Barca's poor start to last season, Ronaldinho inspired them to qualify for the Champions League; this season they have led from the front in the Spanish League, while their entertaining style of football has been carried over to the Champions League.
Ronaldinho has contributed a series of crucial goals, including a late winner against Milan.
www.worldsoccer.com /news/ronaldinho_voted_world_soccer_player_of_the_year_news_60123.html   (465 words)

 Ronaldinho is Brazil's key at World Cup : soccer, fifa, world cup, ronaldinho : IBNLive.com : CNN-IBN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ronaldinho has been awarded FIFA Player of the Year Award for two years in a row.
But few would have put Ronaldinho at the head of that celebrated trio after the dust settled in Japan and South Korea.
But four years down the line, Ronaldinho has come a long way ever since he started playing futsal, or indoor football as a child prodigy.
www.ibnlive.com /article.php?id=7246§ion_id=5   (428 words)

 USATODAY.com - Ronaldinho's juggling act   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ronaldinho's trademark moves and beaming grin are captured in a Nike spot, which made its debut March 29 during an American Idol telecast, featuring footage of him today and as an 8-year-old phenom.
Also beneficial to Ronaldinho's appeal and to Barcelona, seeking to expand its name in North America, will be a three-match tour in the USA this summer for the second time in four years.
Ronaldinho's role is unclear because he declines to discuss the matter, preferring to keep it private.
www.usatoday.com /sports/soccer/world/2006-04-17-ronaldinho-cover_x.htm   (1553 words)

 RTÉ Sport: Ronaldinho denies Henry to land FIFA honour
Arsenal's French striker came close to Ronaldinho in the voting by international coaches and captains, and afterwards insisted he was pleased to have achieved such recognition in two consecutive years.
Ronaldinho saw off the challenge of Henry and AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko, who came third, despite not playing in Brazil's Copa America triumph in the summer.
Ronaldinho, who did not even appear in Brazil's triumphant Copa America campaign in the summer, claimed his success was proof he had made the right choice to choose Barcelona over Manchester United 18 months ago.
www.rte.ie /sport/2004/1220/ronaldinho.html   (587 words)

 Ronaldinho - AskMen.com
Ronaldo de Assis Moreira -- or Ronaldinho Gaucho to nickname-happy Brazilians -- was born on March 21, 1980 in the southern city of Porto Alegre.
Ronaldinho lives in Barcelona, and when asked if he has a girlfriend during a press conference, he took out a soccer ball and said, "This is her."
Ronaldinho has the potential to be the greatest football player to have ever lived, its down to him to come through his current problems and show the world that he still has the ability to be the greatest player one more.
www.askmen.com /men/sports_60/71_ronaldinho.html   (1229 words)

 Ronaldinho Videos - Metacafe
This video is beautifully edited, connecting Ronaldinho as a child with his grown self.
Ronaldinho showing off his skills with a mini soccer ball.
There is an ad where Ronaldinho tries his new Nike shoes and in the middle of the practice he shoots to the upper bar during trainning....here is a...
www.metacafe.com /tags/ronaldinho   (188 words)

 Ronaldinho Gaúcho - Futebol, Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Vídeos - PortalCab.com
Desde pequeno, Ronaldinho Gaúcho já demonstrava habilidade com a bola, como se pode ver em vídeos caseiros de sua família.
Ronaldinho eu sou apaixonada por você, te admiro muito meu sonho é te conhecer pessoalmente.
Eu admiro você Ronaldinho Gaucho por que você joga muito...
www.portalcab.com /videos/ronaldinho_gaucho.php   (1229 words)

 Gooooal! Ronaldinho scores his own domain name | The Register
Ignoring the fact that Ronaldinho Gaucho is actually called Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, and the former is his professional name, he met all the criteria for the domain to be handed over without the rules having to be bent.
There is still an argument for the registrant's rights to the domain here though in that if Ronaldinho hasn't seen fit to register his most obvious domain name, when four years earlier his agent had had the nous to apply for trademarks to his name, then his rights to it are surely diminished.
Ronaldinho already has the domains "ronaldinhogaucho.info" and "ronaldinhogaucho.com.br" but the fact he hasn't gone after "ronaldinho.com" demonstrates a pleasant lack of ego-mania that so often afflicts his fellow football stars.
www.theregister.co.uk /2004/12/17/ronaldinho_scores_own_domain_name   (649 words)

 Texaco: Ronaldinho Gaucho
And when Ronaldinho Gaucho won the International Soccer Federation's (FIFA) "Best Player in the World" award for the second consecutive year, his exceptional athletic skill inspired the Texaco Latin America Organization to choose him as the promotional face of its enduring performance fuels in Latin America and the Caribbean.
No matter which soccer club he is associated with, Ronaldinho's superior athletic ability and his captivating sportsmanship inspire confidence with his fans the world over.
Ronaldinho will star in Texaco's advertising and promotional campaigns, helping to promote our products' characteristics of enduring performance, high quality, reliability, and state-of-the-art technology.
www.texaco.com /ronaldinho   (204 words)

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