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... Not quite what you think :)


Recent Milan signing Ronaldinho is so emotionally attached to Barcelona that he is set to buy a new mansion in the city.



Ronaldinho finally completed his long drawn-out transfer to the Rossoneri last month, thus ending his five-year stay at Barcelona.

The 28-year-old joined the Blaugrana back in 2003, and during his first three seasons at the club, the Brazilian was without doubt the best player in the world, wowing audiences with his silky-smooth skills, winning two La Liga titles, the Champions League, as well as picking up the World Footballer of the Year in 2005 and 2006, and the Ballon d’Or too.

Things then started to take a turn for the worse, the last 12 months in particular, but Ronaldinho still is emotionally tied to the city of Barcelona, and has told his brother-and-agent Roberto de Assis to buy a new mansion in the area he used to live in.

Ronaldinho is well known for his party-loving lifestyle, and while he is not playing for Milan, plans to spend his free time shared between Barcelona and his hometown of Porto Alegre.

The 28-year-old is currently on duty for Brazil at the Olympics in Beijing and will be hoping to lead the Selecao to the bronze medal in their third and fourth play-off against Belgium tomorrow.
 

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Off topic here but there is nowhere else in this forum to talk about him...

Still skillful but looks sluggish, overweight and terribly out of shape in the Olympics.
 

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Off topic here but there is nowhere else in this forum to talk about him...

Still skillful but looks sluggish, overweight and terribly out of shape in the Olympics.

Sorry Mr Versa, But where else was i 2 post it :D
 
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