miércoles, 27 de febrero de 2013


Ronaldo de Assis Moreira

Date of birth     21 March 1980 (age 32)
Place of birth     Porto Alegre, Brazil
Height     1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[1]
Playing position     Attacking midfielder / Forward
Club information
Current club     Atlético Mineiro
Number     10

Youth career
1987–1998     Grêmio

Senior career*

1998–2001     Grêmio     52     (21)



Ronaldinho Gaucho en el Grémio de Porto Alegre 
(1998-2001) ante Internacional de Porto Alegre.
Ronaldinho Gaucho en el Gremio (1998-2001).


2001–2003     Paris Saint-Germain  55 (17)

Rennes' coach Vahid Halilhodzic (L) looks at his Paris Saint Germain counterpart Luis Fernandez, as PSG's midfielder Brazilian Ronaldhino looks on during the French L1 match PSG - Rennes, 20 may 2003,

le 27 octobre 2001 au Parc des Princes 

Ronaldinho en el PSG en 2001.
Ronaldinho Gaucho del PSG ante el Olympique de Marsella en 9 de Marzo del 2003.
Ronaldinho Gaucho en el Velodrome en 9 de Marzo del 2003 (0-3).

2003–2008     Barcelona     145     (70)

 19:  Ronaldinho (L) of  Barcelona celebrates with Lionel Messi after scoring a goal during the Primera Liga match between Real Madrid and F.C. Barcelona at the Bernabeu on November 19, 2005 in Madrid, Spain. 
 Barcelona's Ronaldinho celebrates after scoring against Udinese during their Champions League Group C soccer match in Barcelona, Spain Tuesday Sept. 27, 2005.
 BARCELONA, SPAIN:  FC Barcelona's Brazilian Ronaldinho shoots against Getafe during their Spanish League football match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, 17 April 2005.
 Barcelona's Ronaldinho, centre, makes his way between Rangers' Sasa Papac, left, and Adam Charles during their Champion's League Group E soccer match at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland, Tuesday Oct. 23, 2007.
Barcelona Brazilian Ronaldinho (R) vies with Osasuna's Javier Flano (L) during a Spanish League match in Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona 09 September 2006. 

 2008–2010     Milan     76     (20)
2011–2012     Flamengo     33     (15)
2012–     Atlético Mineiro     31     (9)

National team‡
1996     Brazil U17     6     (2)
1999     Brazil U20     5     (3)
2000–2008     Brazil U23     27     (18)
1999–     Brazil     95     (33)

De izq a der: Xabi Hernandez (8), Francisco Javier Jusué, Ronaldinho Gaucho 
y Pablo Coira en el España-Brasil del Mundial juvenil de 1999 en Nigeria.

JUNE 22: Akira Kaji from Japan challenges Ronaldinho from Brazil for the ball during the match between Japan and Brazil for the Confederations Cup 2005  at the RheinEnergie Stadium on June 22, 2005 in Cologne, Germany.

 Copa Confederaciones 2005

Brazil's Ronaldinho (R) speaks with Argentina's Juan Riquelme behind a medal bearer during the medal ceremony after men's soccer competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, August 23, 2008.

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