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2003

Great picture of Ronaldo (25/06/2002)

Kaká vai usar a camisa 30 no Milan

Seleção terá amistosos em rodada importante do Brasileirão

LARGAS COLAS PARA VER AL REAL MADRID

Beckham: “Empiezo a darme cuenta de lo buenos que son”

Дортмунд лишился Флавио Консейсао

Brazil's Kaka signs for European champions Milan

2004

Real Madrid agora quer Woodgate, do Newcastle

CBF quer Seleção Brasileira em mais jogos pela paz

WOODGATE ES LA PRIMERA ALTERNATIVA A CANNAVARO

Ronaldo y Roberto Carlos dan espectáculo en Haití (0-6)

"Мадрид" просматривает другую альтернативу - Джонатан Вудгейт

Гаити - Бразилия 0:6

Real target Woodgate to strengthen defence

2005

Real's striking dilemma

2006

Роналдо все еще может перейти в "Милан"

2007

Dunga corta Lúcio e convoca são-paulino Miranda

2008

Olimpiada. Brasil 0:3 Argentina. Full time! Позор!

Brasil perde por 3 a 0 e dá adeus ao sonho do ouro olímpico

"Fazia tempo que não via um Brasil tão pequeno", diz Maradona

Argentina 3 - Brasil 0

Пекин-2008: Аргентинские футболисты разгромили Бразилию и вышли в финал

Unfortunate Brazil downed 3-0 by Argentina in men's soccer semis

2009

Internacional 1-2 Corinthians. Full time!

Статистика = Ficha técnica

SBT completa 28 anos e tem Ronaldo em seu time

Ronaldo quer comprar um avião, diz jornal

Ronaldo só deve voltar no fim do próximo mês

Desfalcado, Timão joga bem e derrota Inter no Beira-Rio

Mano elogia melhora defensiva e ignora erros da arbitragem a favor do Timão

Jorge Henrique vê Timão na briga pelo título

Президент «Сантоса»: «Постараемся заполучить Вагнера Лава, если это возможно»

Коринтианс: Роналдо вернется в конце сентября

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16/04/2008
Japan's J-League club interested in Ronaldo: report

 

 

A cash-rich Japanese football club is interested in acquiring Brazilian superstar Ronaldo, seen here in April 2007, on loan as the AC Milan striker recovers from a ruptured tendon, according to a report.

A cash-rich Japanese football club is interested in acquiring Brazilian superstar Ronaldo on loan as the AC Milan striker recovers from a ruptured tendon, a report said Wednesday.
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The unidentified J-League club, rumoured to be in or around the greater Tokyo area, has one billion yen (10 million dollars) a year to spend on players, the daily tabloid Nikkan Gendai reported.
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The 31-year-old Ronaldo has ruled out retirement after undergoing surgery in February for a ruptured tendon in his left knee. He is expected to be sidelined for at least nine months.

"He is expected to become able to run in May and train with the ball before the summer. That is enough to attract attention because he is Ronaldo," the daily quoted an unnamed Japanese broadcaster as saying.
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"Depending on progress in his recovery, he may be asked to extend his loan period and play in the J-League in the 2009 season" which starts next March, the person said.
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"The J-League and corporate sponsors are likely to join hands in backing the plan because it could serve as a catalyst in reinvigorating the league's popularity," he added.

There are nine J-League clubs in the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo. Among them are league champions Kashima Antlers and Asian club champions Urawa Red Diamonds.
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Ronaldo said last week he had the idea of playing for Brazil's Flamengo, as part of his rehabilitation, before returning to Milan.
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"I have an excellent relationship with my team. But I have to be up to the task. The idea is to go for a few months to Brazil -- why not Flamengo," the three-time FIFA world player of the year told the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport.
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"And if all goes well I'll be a Rossonero (AC Milan player) once again." — AFP
A cash-rich Japanese football club is interested in acquiring Brazilian superstar Ronaldo on loan as the AC Milan striker recovers from a ruptured tendon, a report said Wednesday.
.
The unidentified J-League club, rumoured to be in or around the greater Tokyo area, has one billion yen (10 million dollars) a year to spend on players, the daily tabloid Nikkan Gendai reported.
.
The 31-year-old Ronaldo has ruled out retirement after undergoing surgery in February for a ruptured tendon in his left knee. He is expected to be sidelined for at least nine months.
.
"He is expected to become able to run in May and train with the ball before the summer. That is enough to attract attention because he is Ronaldo," the daily quoted an unnamed Japanese broadcaster as saying.
.
"Depending on progress in his recovery, he may be asked to extend his loan period and play in the J-League in the 2009 season" which starts next March, the person said.
.
"The J-League and corporate sponsors are likely to join hands in backing the plan because it could serve as a catalyst in reinvigorating the league's popularity," he added.
.
There are nine J-League clubs in the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo. Among them are league champions Kashima Antlers and Asian club champions Urawa Red Diamonds.
.
Ronaldo said last week he had the idea of playing for Brazil's Flamengo, as part of his rehabilitation, before returning to Milan.
.
"I have an excellent relationship with my team. But I have to be up to the task. The idea is to go for a few months to Brazil -- why not Flamengo," the three-time FIFA world player of the year told the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport.
.
"And if all goes well I'll be a Rossonero (AC Milan player) once again." — AFP
A cash-rich Japanese football club is interested in acquiring Brazilian superstar Ronaldo on loan as the AC Milan striker recovers from a ruptured tendon, a report said Wednesday.
.
The unidentified J-League club, rumoured to be in or around the greater Tokyo area, has one billion yen (10 million dollars) a year to spend on players, the daily tabloid Nikkan Gendai reported.
.
The 31-year-old Ronaldo has ruled out retirement after undergoing surgery in February for a ruptured tendon in his left knee. He is expected to be sidelined for at least nine months.
.
"He is expected to become able to run in May and train with the ball before the summer. That is enough to attract attention because he is Ronaldo," the daily quoted an unnamed Japanese broadcaster as saying.
.
"Depending on progress in his recovery, he may be asked to extend his loan period and play in the J-League in the 2009 season" which starts next March, the person said.
.
"The J-League and corporate sponsors are likely to join hands in backing the plan because it could serve as a catalyst in reinvigorating the league's popularity," he added.
.
There are nine J-League clubs in the Kanto region, which includes Tokyo. Among them are league champions Kashima Antlers and Asian club champions Urawa Red Diamonds.
.
Ronaldo said last week he had the idea of playing for Brazil's Flamengo, as part of his rehabilitation, before returning to Milan.
.
"I have an excellent relationship with my team. But I have to be up to the task. The idea is to go for a few months to Brazil -- why not Flamengo," the three-time FIFA world player of the year told the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport.
.
"And if all goes well I'll be a Rossonero (AC Milan player) once again." — AFP

 

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