i think he reached the top and thought he was untouchable...he now looks so unfit and overweight...i don't care who or how good u are if you don't work hard every day you don't get the rewards as mr ronaldinho as found to his cost
i would tend to agree with AC9. It would just be so hard for him to regain the form he once showed. Sure the quality is still there but it only comes in sporadic bursts these days. I think we have already seen the best of him but you can never fully rule out the great great players. I for one hope he refinds his form, unless he goes to Chelski of course.
Well the thing is that Ronaldinho was untouchable at Barca for the last couple of years,but Barca now have dos Santos,Henry,Bojan,Iniesta (hes playing a lot more offensive) and with Messi as the new star he is not so much indispensible to the team.Sure he didnt react as a professionall and that he isn't playing at his maximum but I think that if he'd switch clubs (Milan would be the best for him I think) and started from the begining he would become one of the best again.Dont dismiss him so soon.
of course he's got it...that rijkaard is one ungratefull sod... he must be thankfull to ronaldinho for most of the things he's won with barca.... he's a brasilian, he needs to unwine a bit--- you have to know how to threat brasilians, you mustn't train your ego on him...people were saying last season that he'd lost it and he managed to score 20 + goals...he's a great player, give him time
No matter what Rijkaard do he'll do wrong. I think its an attitude problem with Ronaldinho. He's been misbehaving with Brazil as well as with his club. He cant tolerate he's no longer No 1 at Barcelona. I hope Chelsea buy him for lots and lots of rubels so the Ukraine have a mate on the bench.
i think that what is being done to Ronaldinho is totaly unfair. After all he did for Barca, look how he's treated now. Yes he made a mistake..he has a bad season...but c'mon, nobody is perfect. He became best from the best, and he stopped working as hard as he can, but he's regainin pace..slowly, but i'm sorry to say that without support, he won't be what he was before.He's not old...he can climb back to the top, but my opinion is that if these things continue he should move to another club, where maybe he would get the neceseraly suport to get back on track. I hope if he leaves, not to join chelski..but where ever he will go, if he leaves, i hope he'll become again the Ronaldinho we've all apreciated and loved to watch playing before...good luck ronnie
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