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This day in history of Ronaldo


Milan diz que libera Rivaldo assim que ele pedir

Ronaldo quer realizar uma temporada inesquecível


Ronaldo: ''Podemos hacer una temporada inolvidable''

В "Милане" поставили крест на Ривалдо?

Роналдо: "Мы можем сыграть незабываемый сезон'

Milan willing to release Rivaldo if asked - Galliani

Ronaldo ready to make it a season to remember


Nuevo traspiès

Камачо провёл 30-минутную беседу с капитанами

Еще раз споткнулись!

New false step


Real vai tentar anular jogo contra Espanyol


Касильяс может покинуть "Реал"


Рональдо: "Я снова буду №1, забью 30 голов"


Brasil perde a liderança do ranking da Fifa para a Itália


Ronaldo `Benfica? Non era una gara facile`

Бразилия потеряла лидерство в рейтинге ФИФА

Роналдо: надеюсь, сыграть в следующем туре Лиги чемпионов

It Wasn't An Easy Game - Ronaldo


Ronaldo comemora 32 anos em festa fechada

Роналдо отпраздновал свой день рождения

Шоу Роналдо 


Video: Роналдо подтверждает, что будет играть в воскресенье | Ronaldo confirma retorno e espera festa de aniversário com vitória sobre o Goiás

Video: Роналдо настроен вернуться с сборную | Ronaldo volta ao Corinthians de olho na Copa da África do Sul

Ronaldo espera parceiro para acertar renovação de contrato com o Timão

Ronaldo defende seus substitutos e considera pressão neles exagerada

Ronaldo tem pés no chão sobre seleção e diz que tanto faz ser reserva ou titular

Em coletivo no CT, Mano escala Timão no 3-5-2 e Alessandro é a novidade

Ronaldo volta a ‘brincar’ no Brasileiro e joga pressão para os adversários

Ronaldo pide a Dunga volver a la selección para el Mundial, aunque sea de suplente

Роналдо восстановился после травмы

Роналдо: "Я готов играть"

Роналдо: "Мечтаю сыграть на чемпионате мира в ЮАР"

Ronaldo ready to return

My Objective Is To Return To The Selecao - Brazilian Superstar Ronaldo


Fotos: Ronaldo hoy | Фото: Роналдо сегодня | Photos: Ronaldo today

Чемпионат Бразилии. 23-й тур. «Коринтианс» разгромил «Гремио Пруденте», «Фламенго» и «Флуминенсе» разошлись миром и другие результаты



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Brazilians set the rhythm at Barca and Real

Clashes between Primera Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid will have a distinctly Brazilian flavour this season.

Barcelona, or "Brasilona" as some commentators have christened them, have six Brazilian-born players on their books including world player of the year Ronaldinho, defender Juliano Belletti and midfielder Deco, who hails from Sao Bernardo do Campo but now plays international football for Portugal.

Real have four in their squad -- Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Julio Baptista and the spectacular youngster Robinho -- and former national team boss Vanderlei Luxemburgo is in charge of the team.

The nine-times European champions have also secured an option on Brazilian international defender Cicinho, who is expected to join the club from Sao Paulo during the January transfer window.

It is not just in Spain that Brazilians have made their mark; the Italian, German, English, French and Russian leagues have all looked to the South American country for new players.

"In almost every country teams have been hiring Brazilians and I don't think it is just a passing fashion," Ronaldinho told Reuters in an interview. "I think Brazilians do a good job and have brought good results with them so that makes them very interesting for teams like Barcelona and Real Madrid."

There was a time when having a Brazilian in your squad was a rarity, something of an exotic indulgence. Brazilians' famous "saudade", or yearning for home, made them uncertain investments and many clubs preferred not to take the risk.

The success of Romario, Ronaldo and Rivaldo, however, all of whom played for Barcelona in the 1990s, helped to pave the way for an ever increasing number of their compatriots to make the move to Europe.

Not only were Brazilian players often available at a far lower price than European counterparts but their presence on the pitch was usually a guarantee of the sort of entertainment that would bring fans flocking into stadiums.


Juninho's influence at Middlesbrough was a prime example. The diminutive Brazilian became a hero on Teesside for his skill, commitment and dedication to the cause, even if the trophies did not materialise.

Ronaldinho has performed a similar role at Barcelona. Joining the Catalans in July 2003 from Paris St German when the club was in a crisis, he became the catalyst for their revival.

He scored 14 league goals in his first campaign and inspired the club to a 17-game unbeaten run which lifted them to second place in the title race. The following season he helped to guide them to their first league title in six years.

"I think Brazilians have a different style that attracts football fans and the public in general," says Ronaldinho.

"But what I think attracts teams most about Brazilians is that they can help bring trophies to the club. Brazilians are experiencing success and that is why doors are opening here in Europe."

Brazil and Barcelona team mate Belletti agreed. "It was different in the past, Brazilians came to Europe and couldn't adapt," he said.

"It was more difficult then, but now that Brazilians are helping their teams win trophies, that motivates them to sign more Brazilians."

The success of the national team is another incentive for European clubs to look to Brazil. The five-times world champions have already booked their place in next year's World Cup and, unlike four years ago, they have qualified with ease.

Their spectacular attacking style and array of talent have already drawn comparisons with the great team that won the 1970 World Cup.


The latest high-profile Brazilian to make the switch to Europe is Robinho, the 21-year-old prodigy who helped to steer Santos to two Brazilian championships in 2002 and 2004.

With his dizzying "pedaladas" (step-overs) and limitless repertoire of ball skills, Real Madrid are hoping their new recruit will help them to win a first trophy in three seasons as well as allowing them to match Barcelona in the entertainment stakes.

"He's a huge player," said Ronaldinho. "He's a great friend and I wish him all the luck in the world and hope he can go far."

Belletti sounded a note of caution, saying that a move to Europe was not always a guarantee of success.

"Robinho has the ingredients to be one of the best players in the world," he said. "He has personality, he is in the Brazil national team and now is at Real Madrid, but when Denilson came here he was in almost the same situation as many thought he could become the best player in the world."

Denilson, touted as one of the country's most talented players when he joined Real Betis for a world-record $35 million in 1998, sank without trace in Spain and has recently been loaned out to French side Bordeaux in an attempt to resurrect his career.

"Robinho's advantage is that he has a Brazilian coach in Luxemburgo," said Belletti. "He knows him and he coached him before and the fact that he will play alongside people he knows like Ronaldo will also help him a lot."


21.09.2005 07:48 +0400

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Роналдо - 41 лет. Гражданство: Бразилия. - Двукратный чемпион мира - 1994, 2002; - Двукратный чемпион Испании - 2003, 2006.
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