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This day in history of Ronaldo

2003

"EL CAMPEON SERA EL REAL MADRID"

RONALDO, LA LIGA Y LA PASION

RONALDO DECIDIO EN BALAIDOS

Ривалдо, Сержиньо и Роке Жуниор в заявке Милана на финал ЛЧ

Чемпионат Испании. События тура

Отчет о матче Валенсия-Реал

Роналдо был решающим в Балаидосе

2004

Até dia 5 de julho

DE VOLTA COM A SELEÇĂO

Ronaldo diz que se recuperou e aguarda Argentina

Presidente do Barcelona atribui a Ronaldinho Gaúcho bom momento do clube

Guitarra autografada por Ronaldo vai a leilão

Hasta el 5 de julio

VUELVE CON LA SELEÇAO

Parreira: "Ronaldo,descansado, es imparable"

VALDANO NO VOLVERÁ AL CLUB DESPUÉS DEL 11 DE JUNIO

Лига Чемпионов закончилась

Перес: "Мы будем лучшим клубом XXI века"

Встретимся 5 июля

А сейчас трудимся в сборной

Паррейра: "Когда Роналдо не устал, его не возможно остановить"

Роналдо готов, чтобы встретиться с Аргентиной

Iván Zamorano linked to Real Madrid board

See you Next July 5

HITTING AGAIN WITH BRAZIL

2005

Luxemburgo pede ao Real que fale com a CBF

Luxemburgo e Figo seguem em conflito no Real

Real Madrid descarta vender Ronaldo para o Milan

Parreira sobre Ronaldo: 'Também queria só a Copa'

Aliados de Ronaldo

LUXEMBURGO: "FIGO NO ME SALUDA DESDE QUE LE SAQUE DEL EQUIPO"

Roberto Carlos: "HABLARÉ CON PARREIRA PARA QUE LE DÉ DESCANSO A RONIE"

EL REAL MADRID NO ESCUCHARÁ OFERTAS POR RONALDO

Última sesión de la temporada: Luxemburgo no da pistas para Zaragoza

Convocatoria para Zaragoza

Клуб официально заявил, что Рональдо не продаётся

В Лас-Росас состоялась последняя тренировка сезона

Заявка "Реала" на последний матч чемпионата с "Сарагосой"

Luxemburgo: "I have done many things, but I still have more to do"

Real deny they are open to offers for Ronaldo

Brazil coach demands personal sacrifice for World Cup bid

2006

Photos: Ronaldo training

Jogadores da Seleção trocam farpas no videogame

Dida, Adriano e Parreira são premiados

"Treino foi de regular para bom", avalia Parreira

Seleção enfrenta equipe sub-20 do Fluminense

Ronaldinho inova com malabarismo em treino

Ronaldo: "HA SIDO UN AÑO DIFÍCIL, PERO CON BRASIL SOY FELIZ"

Ronaldo: "HA SIDO UN AÑO DIFÍCIL, PERO CON BRASIL SOY FELIZ"

2007

Reggina 2:0 Milan. Full time!

Photos: Ronaldo v Reggina

Бекхэм признался, что едва не подписал контракт с "Миланом"

2009

Vasco da Gama 1-1 Corinthians! Full time!

Dentinho marca na sua 100ª partida e Timão empata no Maracanã

Mano faz balanço da equipe e cobra mais objetividade

“Podíamos ter saído com placar elástico,” diz Elias

Paciente, Corinthians 'sofre' sem Ronaldo, mas evita mais cobranças

2010

Видео обращение болельщиков сборной Бразилии к своим игрокам | Vídeo dos Torcedores | Voo TAM da Seleção

Ronaldo passa por avaliação, mas continua como dúvida para clássico

Dunga: "Veo el mismo espíritu que en el 94"

У Роналдо со здоровьем по лучше, но по прежнему есть сомнения по поводу его выступления против Сантоса

2011

Ronaldo aparece para treinar no centro de treinamento do Corinthians

Ronaldo aparece para treinar no centro de treinamento do Corinthians

2012

Дентиньо готовится к свадьбе и отцовству

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Nations-Brazil help Tunisia on to African map
15/02/2004
Nations-Brazil help Tunisia on to African map

TUNIS, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Tunisia have written themselves into the history books of African football after winning the Nations Cup for the first time with a little help from their friends.

Symptomatic of the way African national sides now draw on foreign players, rather than just foreign coaches, Saturday's 2-1 win over Morocco in the final was 'Made in Brazil'.

Francileudo dos Santos, given a Tunisian passport just before these finals, put the host nation ahead and a cross-cum-shot by Brazilian-born compatriot Clayton handed Ziad Jaziri his match-winner.

Expertly coached by France's Euro 2000 winner Roger Lemerre, Tunisia's victory ended decades of failure and frustration.

For the three early favourites, holders Cameroon, World Cup quarter-finalists Senegal and Nigeria, the tournament was a source of heartache.

Cameroon were bidding for a record fifth title and third in succession.

Sadly for the Indomitable Lions, who had also wanted the crown as a tribute to former midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe, who died at last year's Confederations Cup, those ambitions were shattered in the quarter-finals by old foes Nigeria.

Captain Rigobert Song indicated Cameroon might have rested too long on their laurels, saying: "Perhaps at one stage we thought that we could no longer lose."

DISAPPOINTING DIOUF

Senegal's performance was embodied by talismanic winger El Hadji Diouf, who too often tried to take on too many opponents at once and ultimately made little headway.

Diouf will certainly not be remembered at these finals for his skills but for the unpleasant temper tantrums in their 1-0 quarter-final defeat by Tunisia which landed him a three-match ban for violent conduct, extended to four games on appeal.

His personal fit of pique was compounded by a general fracas and pitch invasion by Senegal substitutes and coaching staff after Tunisia's winner which did nothing for the image of African football.

Nigeria, under the inspired captaincy of Austin 'Jay-Jay' Okocha, the best player at the tournament, have some reasons to be satisfied with their turbulent stay in Tunisia.

A decision by Nigerian officials to expel strikers Yakubu Aiyegbeni and Victor Agali, along with defender Celestine Babayaro, for indiscipline before their second game was either brave or foolhardy.

It did have the effect of drawing the remaining squad together and they recovered strongly from an opening defeat by Morocco.

However, the subsequent lack of firepower up front was probably the biggest reason for their failure to reach the final.

HEADS HIGH

A 1-0 semi-final lead over Tunisia lasted until the closing minutes when a generously-awarded penalty rescued the host nation and spurred them to victory in a subsequent shoot-out.

Okocha's men were left to overcome Mali in the third place play-off and depart the tournament heads high.

The same cannot be said for Algeria's fans, who threw plastic seats, firecrackers, bottles and coins and had to be chased away by truncheon-wielding police after a 3-1 quarter-final defeat by Morocco following extra-time.

Other sides, such as Mali, went out with a whimper.

Former France under-21 striker Frederic Kanoute, one of several players to exploit a recent FIFA rule change on nationalities, was an early hit before fading in the latter stages.

For those who bowed out at the group stage, there was a sense of desperation for some and satisfaction for others.

Egypt, tournament hosts in 2006, were the biggest casualties and coach Mohsen Salah paid the inevitable price.

The Democratic Republic of Congo were no more fortunate but did provide some light relief.

Skipper Lomana LuaLua was vitriolic about the organisers, Tunisian food, the distant training ground and having to sleep two to a bed after his red card heralded a 3-0 defeat by the hosts.

Team coach Mick Wadsworth ventured that some Tunisian players deserved an Oscar nomination for their harrowing interpretations of a footballer suffering serious injury.

For others, the trip home will have been much less traumatic.

Rwanda appeared at their first finals, less than 10 years after a brutal genocide killed millions in tribal fighting, and won their final game against the luckless Congolese.

Kenya also won their first ever game at the finals, while Benin coach Cecil Jones Attuquayefio was philosophical about their maiden Nations Cup in a tough group.

Summing up the disparities which are a hallmark of this tournament, he said: "Compared to Nigeria, South Africa and Morocco, we are a baby team that is trying to walk."

By Trevor Huggins

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Роналдо - 40 лет. Гражданство: Бразилия. - Двукратный чемпион мира - 1994, 2002; - Двукратный чемпион Испании - 2003, 2006.
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