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Biography of Brazilian Footballer Ronaldinho.

Ronaldinho Biography

Ronaldinho was born on 21 March, 1980, in Porto Alegre,Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.Ronaldinho was conceived Ronaldo de Assis Moreira on March 21, 1980, in Porto Alegre, Brazil. His dad, João Moreira, was a previous expert soccer player who additionally functioned as a welder in a shipyard, and his mom, Miguelina de Assis, was a beauty care products salesman who later turned into a medical caretaker. 

Ronaldinho Biography.
Ronaldinho Biography



Full name:            Ronaldo de Assis Moreira 

Date of birth:       21 March 1980

Place of birth:      Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil 

Height:                 1.81 m (5 ft 11 inch) 

Playing position: Attacking midfielder / Forward 

Nationality:          Brazilian 


Ronaldinho  acquired his dad's energy for football and began playing sorted out football as a little youngster. Shockingly, his dad whom he venerated kicked the bucket of a heart assault when Ronaldinho was eight.

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Ronaldinho's more established sibling, Roberto Assis, was likewise an expert soccer player; Ronaldinho was encompassed by soccer from the day he was conceived.

Ronaldinho venerated his dad. "He was one of the most notable individuals for me and in my profession, despite the fact that he passed on when I was exceptionally youthful," he says. (João Moreira endured a lethal heart assault when Ronaldinho was 8 years of age.) "He gave me the absolute best guidance I've at any point had. Off the field: 'Make the best decision and be a fair, straight-up fellow.' And on the field: 'Play soccer as basically as could reasonably be expected.' He generally said one of the most confounded things you can do is to play it basic."

Ronaldinho started playing sorted out youth soccer at 7 years old, and it was as an adolescent soccer player that he previously got the moniker "Ronaldinho," the little type of his original name, Ronaldo.

In 1997, he was chosen for Brazil's Under-17 national group and helped his squad win the FIFA Under-17 World Championship in Egypt.

Ronaldinho is the dad of a child, João, conceived on 25 February 2005 to Brazilian artist Janaína Mendes and named after his late dad. He increased Spanish citizenship in 2007.

Ronaldinho Football Career-


Ronaldinho immediately formed into one of Brazil's most gifted youth soccer players. When he was 13 years of age, he once scored a strange 23 objectives in a solitary game. While driving his group to an assortment of junior titles, Ronaldinho submerged himself in Brazil's long and brilliant soccer history, concentrating past greats, for example, Pelé, Rivelino and Ronaldo, and longing for emulating their example. At that point, in 1997, a teenaged Ronaldinho won a call-up to Brazil's Under-17 national group. The squad won the FIFA Under-17 World Championship in Egypt, and Ronaldinho was chosen as the competition's best player. Before long a while later, Ronaldinho marked his first expert contract to play for Grêmio, one of the most commended groups in the Brazilian alliance.

Ronaldinho marked his first expert contract to play for Grêmio and made his senior side introduction during the 1998 Copa Libertadores. He made significant progress playing for the group and helped them win the debut Copa Sul-Minas.

Brazil turned in a runner up completion, and Ronaldinho won the Golden Ball Award as the competition's best player just as the Golden Boot Award as its driving objective scorer.

Immovably settled as a star on the worldwide stage, in 2001 Ronaldinho left Brazil for Europe, marking an agreement to play for Paris Saint-Germain in France. After a year, he took part in his first World Cup on a stacked Brazilian squad that additionally highlighted Ronaldo and Rivaldo. Ronaldinho scored two objectives in five matches, incorporating the game-champ in a quarter-last triumph over England, and Brazil proceeded to vanquish Germany in the finals to guarantee its fifth World Cup title.

He was a piece of the Brazil's football crew that won the FIFA World Cup in 2002. In the group, he featured nearby two other football legends, Ronaldo and Rivaldo.

In 2003, Ronaldinho satisfied a deep rooted dream by joining FC Barcelona of the Spanish association, one of the world's most storied clubs, and winning the unbelievable No. 10 shirt ordinarily worn by the squad's most noteworthy imaginative player.

Ronaldinho won his first group title in 2004–05, and was named FIFA World Player of the Year on 20 December 2004. His acclaim was developing with his engaging and beneficial play in both the La Liga and the UEFA Champions League.

He likewise driven his partners to the apex of club achievement in 2006 with a triumphant go through the esteemed Champions League competition. The next month, Ronaldinho featured an extremely gifted Brazilian squad that entered the World Cup with out of this world desires. The competition finished in frustration for the safeguarding champs, however, as France thumped Brazil out with a dazzling bombshell in the quarter-finals.

Generally speaking he delighted in an exceptionally fruitful vocation with Barcelona and played his 200th profession coordinate for the group in a class coordinate against Osasuna on 3 February 2008. In any case, he was tormented by wounds for a large portion of the 2007-08 season.

With his agreement lapsing in 2008, Ronaldinho was offered an augmentation until 2014 that would have net him £85 million more than nine years, yet he turned it down. In September 2005, he marked a two-year augmentation that contained a base charge discharge provision that enabled him to leave should a club make an idea to Barcelona of at any rate £85 million for him.

In July 2008, Ronaldinho turned down a £25.5 million idea from Manchester City of the Premier League to join Italian Serie A mammoths Milan on a three-year contract thought to be worth around £5.1 million (€6.5 million) a year, for €22.05 million or more €1.05 million reward each season (€24.15 million out of 2010). With the number 10 effectively involved by partner Clarence Seedorf, he chose 80 as his pullover number.

In 2008, Ronaldinho left Barcelona to join one more of the world's most famous clubs, A.C. Milan, yet his presentation for the Italian Series A mammoth was generally unremarkable. Underscoring his blurring status, the previous World Player of the Year was excluded in the 2010 Brazilian group that contended in the World Cup in South Africa.

In 2011, Ronaldinho came back to Brazil to play for Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro. The connection between the club and its most conspicuous player got off to an incredible begin when Flamengo won the 2011 Campeonato Carioca, however things went bad by the accompanying season.

He moved to Atlético Mineiro in June 2012, marking a six-month contract. In 2013, he helped the group win Campeonato Mineiro and drove his club to its first since forever title of the Copa Libertadores. Following his effective stretch with the group, he recharged his agreement in January 2014 and played for the club till July 2014.

The next year, Ronaldinho helped Atlético win the Campeonato Mineiro and drove the club to its first title of the Copa Libertadores.

On 11 July 2015, Ronaldinho reported his arrival to Brazil and marked a 18-month contract with Fluminense, however on 28 September, Ronaldinho achieved a shared concurrence with the club to end the arrangement.

In 1997, he was a piece of the primary Brazilian group to win the FIFA U-17 World Championship, which was held in Egypt, in which his first objective was a punishment against Austria in the main gathering match, which Brazil won 7–0. 1999 was a bustling year for Ronaldinho regarding universal play.

Ronaldinho partook in his first World Cup in 2002, as a feature of an impressive hostile unit with Ronaldo and Rivaldo, named the "Three Rs", who were additionally on the 1999 Copa América winning squad.

Ronaldinho Awards and Achievements-


  • Copa América: 1999
  • FIFA World Cup: 2002
  • FIFA Confederations Cup: 2005
  • Superclásico de las Américas: 2011
  • FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Ball: 1999
  • FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Shoe: 1999
  • Rio Grande do Sul State Championship Top Scorer: 1999
  • FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: 2002
  • Wear Balón Award: 2003–04, 2005–06
  • La Liga Ibero-American Player of the Year: 2004
  • FIFA World Player of the Year: 2004, 2005
  • Ballon d'Or: 2005
  • FIFPro World Player of the Year: 2005, 2006
  • UEFA Club Best Forward: 2004–05
  • UEFA Club Footballer of the Year: 2005–06
  • UEFA Team of the Year: 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06
  • FIFPro World XI: 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07
  • Golden Boot: 2009
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