Biography of Ronaldinho

Biography of Ronaldinho:- Ronaldinho Gaucho is not only a football player, he is the idol of millions of fans who see in him the embodiment of the “beautiful game” of Brazil, football made with art that delights big and small.

Biography of Ronaldinho

  • Born:- 21 March 1980 (age 37), Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • Height:- 1.81 m
  • Full Name:-  Ronaldo de Assis Moreira
  • Salary:-  9.6 million BRL (2013)
  • Namber:- 80 (A.C. Milan / Midfielder),
  • Awards:-  Ballon d’Or, FIFA World Player of the Year, Golden Foot,

The story of this football star begins on March 21, 1980, when the small Ronaldo of Assis Moreira is born in the Brazilian town of Porto Alegre in a family of humble origin in which enthusiasm is lived with enthusiasm for this sport. And it was his father Joao who instilled in him the love of football, just like his older brother Roberto.

It was precisely this one who seemed predestined to be a number one with the ball, but when Ronaldo was still only a child demonstrated his skills and Roberto retired from professional practice to become the manager of a future international figure: Ronaldinho.

Ronaldinho does not forget either his simple beginnings or the early death of his father when he was eight years old. It was an unfortunate accident that led to Joao to die in the swimming pool of the house that the Club Gremio Porto Alegre had given to the family by the contract of its brother Robert. Despite all these unpleasant situations that he has lived in since childhood, Ronaldinho has stomped on football fields all over the world since the beginning. The fans consider him a true ball artist whose speed and ability allow him to succeed in his natural position at the top.

Ronaldinho’s professional career began in 1997 when he started to play in the club of his city, Gremio Porto Alegre. In addition, that same year manages to become World Champion and top scorer with the U-17 national team. It is the starting shot of a path full of hits.

During four years Ronaldinho plays in the Guild of Porto Alegre and evolves like soccer player. Apart from that he obtains excellent results with his team triumphs with the selection canarinha in Glass America of 1999. In this tournament is also chosen better player after scoring six goals, one of them against Venezuela and still remembered by his followers thanks to his extraordinary beauty and spectacularity.

In 2001, after participating even in the Olympic Games in Sydney, Ronaldinho has accumulated back-to-back seasons of football triumphs in his country and decides to leave Brazil to take an international leap and integrate into a European team. Several clubs choose to sign it until it is decided by the prestigious Paris Saint Germain, a classic of the French league.

The stay of Ronaldinho in France is not from the beginning as perfect as expected given his fame in Brazil. Some administrative problems prevent him from debuting immediately in the team and, when he manages to do so, he has several clashes with his coach at that time, Luis Fernandez.

Although the concepts of both about what should be football do not match in many respects, it remains in the French team until the year 2003 and manages to obtain different international titles. Thus, in 2002 he is World Champion with the absolute selection of Brazil and wins the Intertoto Cup with Paris Saint Germain.

In the summer of 2003, the Barcelona Football Club board headed by its president Joan Laporta and Sandro Rossell (Barça vice-president and one of his best friends) managed to sign Ronaldinho for 25 million euros. He becomes the number 10 of the team and manages to deploy his best football to return the lost illusion to the fans of Barça, who hopes to win great national and international titles thanks to their spectacular football filigrances.