Monday, 29 September 2008

Soccer Profile : Ronaldinho, Masterpiece of Football ( Profil Sepakbola : Ronaldinho, Masterpiece Sepakbola )

Profile Football Player : Ronaldinho

Profil Pemain Sepakbola : Ronaldinho

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Life Story of Ronaldinho..

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira was born in the Rio Grande do Sul capital of Porto Alegre. His mother, Miguelina, is a former salesperson who studied to become a nurse. His father, João, was a shipyard worker and footballer for local club Esporte Clube Cruzeiro (not to be confused with Cruzeiro EC),[5] and suffered a fatal heart attack when Ronaldo was eight. After Ronaldo's older brother, Roberto, signed with Grêmio, the family moved to a more affluent home in Porto Alegre, which was a gift from Grêmio to convince Roberto to stay at the club. Roberto's career was ultimately cut short by injury.

Ronaldo's football skills began to blossom at an early age, and he was first given the nickname Ronaldinho because he was often the youngest and the smallest player in youth club matches.[6] He developed an interest in futsal and beach football, which later expanded to organized football, and his first brush with the media came at the age of thirteen, when he scored all 23 goals in a 23-0 victory against a local team.[7] Ronaldinho was identified as a rising star at the Egypt 1997 under-17 world championship, in which he scored two goals on penalty kicks.[8][9]

Today Roberto acts as Ronaldinho's manager, while his sister, Deisi, works as his press coordinator.[10][11] Ronaldinho became a father for the first time on February 25, 2005, after Brazilian dancer Janaína Mendes gave birth to their son, who was named João after Ronaldinho's father.[12]

Club career

Early career

Ronaldinho's career began with the Grêmio youth squad under head coach Celso Roth, who only played him due to immense pressure from team supporters. He made his senior side debut during the 1998 Copa Libertadores.[13] In 2001, Arsenal F.C. expressed interest in signing Ronaldinho, but the move collapsed after he could not obtain a work permit, because he was a non-EU player who had not played enough international matches.[14] He considered playing on loan with Scottish Premier League side St Mirren F.C., which never happened due to his involvement in a fake passport scandal in Brazil.[15] Ronaldinho ultimately signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain FC.

During the 2001-02 season, PSG manager Luis Fernandez claimed that Ronaldinho was too focused on the Parisian nightlife rather than football, and complained that his holidays in Brazil never ended at the scheduled times.[13] In 2003, less than two years into his PSG stint, Ronaldinho made it clear he wanted to leave after PSG failed to qualify for any European competition.

FC Barcelona

Ronaldinho in 2004.
Ronaldinho in 2004.

On July 19, 2003, FC Barcelona acquired Ronaldinho for £21 million.[16] Originally, Barcelona president Joan Laporta had promised to bring David Beckham to the club, but following his transfer to Real Madrid, Barcelona entered the running for Ronaldinho and outbid Manchester United for his signature.

He made his team debut in a friendly against A.C. Milan at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C, scoring one goal in a 2-0 victory. After suffering from injury during the first half of the campaign, he returned and helped lead Barcelona to a second-place league finish.

Ronaldinho won his first league title in 2004-05, and was named FIFA World Player of the Year on December 20, 2004. On March 8, 2005, Barcelona were eliminated from the Champions League by Chelsea F.C in the first knockout round, with Ronaldinho scoring both goals in a 4-2 loss.[17]

With Ronaldinho's contract expiring in 2008, he was offered an extension until 2014 that would have net him £85 million over nine years,[18] but he turned it down. In September 2005, he signed a two-year extension that contained a minimum-fee release clause that allowed him to leave should a club make an offer to Barcelona of at least £85 million for him.[19]

By the end of the 2004-05 season, Ronaldinho had started to accumulate a host of personal awards. He won the inaugural FIFPro World Player of the Year in September 2005, in addition to being included in the FIFPro World XI. He was named as both the European Footballer of the Year . He was again named FIFA World Player of the Year with 956 points, more than triple the amount (306) of runner-up Frank Lampard.

On November 19, 2005, Ronaldinho scored twice as Barcelona defeated Real Madrid 3-0 on the road in the first leg of the El Clásico. After he sealed the match with his second goal, he received a standing ovation from the Madrid fans. He was chosen for the UEFA Team of 2005 for the third consecutive year in January 2006.

Barcelona eliminated SL Benfica in the '05-06 CL quarterfinals with a 2-0 home victory, with Ronaldinho scoring one of the goals after missing an early penalty kick. After a 1-0 semifinal aggregate win over AC Milan, in which Ronaldinho assisted the series' only goal by Ludovic Giuly, Barcelona progressed to the CL final, which they won on May 17, 2006 with a 2-1 defeat of Arsenal F.C. despite Ronaldinho being kept in check for the match. Two weeks earlier, Barcelona had clinched their second straight La Liga title with a 1-0 win over Celta Vigo, giving Ronaldinho his first career double. He finished the season with a career-best twenty-six goals in all competitions, and was named the 2005-06 Champions League Player of the Year.

On November 25, 2006, Ronaldinho scored his fiftieth career league goal against Villarreal CF, then later scored a second time with an overhead bicycle kick. He later said to reporters that the latter was a goal he had dreamed of scoring since he was a boy.[20] He scored once and set up two others in Barcelona's 4-0 Club World Cup win over Mexico's Club América on December 14, but Barcelona were defeated 1-0 by Brazilian club Internacional in the final.[21] Ronaldinho was nonetheless the recipient of the Bronze Ball Award for the competition.

The next day, Ronaldinho finished third in the running for the 2006 FIFA World Player of the Year, behind World Cup-winning captain Fabio Cannavaro and Zinedine Zidane.[22] Ronaldinho was named among the UEFA Team of the Year for the third straight time in January 2007, receiving the highest number of votes in over 290,000 nominations.[23] He was forced to miss a charity match on March 13 due to an injury he had picked up several days earlier in Barcelona's 3-3 El Clásico draw with Real Madrid.[24][25]

He played his 200th career match for Barcelona in a league match against Osasuna on February 3, 2008. However, his 2007-08 campaign as a whole was plagued by injuries, and a muscle tear in his right leg on April 3 prematurely ended his season.[26] On May 19, Laporta stated that Ronaldinho needed a "new challenge," claiming that he needed a new club if he were to revive his career.[27] Manchester City F.C. owner Thaksin Shinawatra confirmed on June 6 that he was interested in acquiring him.[28]

Ronaldinho and Barcelona teammate Lionel Messi each captained a team of international stars in an anti-racism exhibition match in Venezuela on June 28, which ended in a 7-7 draw. Ronaldinho finished with a pair of goals and two assists in what would be his last match as a Barcelona player.[29]

Ronaldinho playing for A.C. Milan
Ronaldinho playing for A.C. Milan

A.C. Milan

Ronaldinho turned down a £25.5 Million offer from Manchester City[30] to join Italian giants A.C. Milan on a three-year contract, after he was purchased from Barcelona for €21 million.[31] With the number 10 already occupied by teammate Clarence Seedorf, he selected 80 as his jersey number, because 1980 was his birth year.[32]

Ronaldinho scored his first goal in the major derby game against Inter Milan on September 28th, 2008, in which proved to be the winning goal where Milan won 1-0. [33]

Video Ronaldinho, Presented in Milan

Video Ronaldinho diperkenalkan AC Milan

International career

Ronaldinho is one of few Brazilian players to have played at every international age level. He was part of the first Brazilian team to win the FIFA U-17 World Championship in 1997, in which his first goal was a penalty against Austria in the first group match, which Brazil won 7-0. Ronaldinho finished with two goals and was awarded the Bronze Ball award as Brazil scored a total of twenty-one goals while only conceding two.

1999 was a busy year for Ronaldinho in terms of international play. He took part in the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship, scoring his first goal in Brazil's last group match. In the round of sixteen, he scored two first-half goals in a 4-0 win over Croatia, and finished with three goals as Brazil were eliminated by Uruguay in the quarterfinals. On June 26, three days before the start of the 1999 Copa América, he earned his first cap for Brazil in a 3-0 win over Latvia, and he scored one goal during Brazil's victorious Copa América campaign. One week after the conclusion of the Copa América, he was called up for the 1999 Confederations Cup, in which he scored in every match, including a hat-trick in an 8-2 semifinal rout of Saudi Arabia. Ronaldinho missed the final, a 4-3 loss to Mexico, due to injury.

Ronaldinho with Brazilian President Lula
Ronaldinho with Brazilian President Lula

Ronaldinho participated in his first World Cup in 2002, as part of a formidable offensive unit with Ronaldo and Rivaldo, scoring two goals. One came in the quarterfinal against England on June 21, before he was sent off for a foul on England defender Danny Mills. He was suspended for the semifinal, but returned to Brazil's starting lineup for the 2-0 victory over Germany in the final.

He captained Brazil to its second Confederations Cup title in 2005, and was named Man of the Match in a 4-1 victory over archrivals Argentina in the final on June 29.

Profil Ronaldinho

Fabulous Ronaldinho's Goal, Ac Milan vs Inter 1-0
Gol Ronaldinho , AC Milan vs Inter 1-0

Profile Pemain Sepakbola : Ronaldinho

Ronaldinho lahir di Rio Grande do Sul, Ibu Kota negara bagian Porto Alegre. Ibunya, Miguelina, adalah mantan penjual keliling yang bersekolah dijurusan keperawatan. Ayahnya Joao adalah pekerja di galangan kapal dan pesepakbola lokal untuk klub Esporte Clube Cruzeiro ( tidak sama dengan klub raksasa Brazil Cruzeiro ), dan meninggal akibat serangan jantung pada saat Ronaldinho berusia 8 tahun.
kakak Ronaldinho, Roberto, bergabung dengan klub besar Brazil Gremio, dan akhirnya karena itu keluarga miskin Dinho bisa pindah ke kawasan yang lebih baik di Porto Alegre yang merupakan hadiah dari Gremio. namun sayang cobaan kembali mendera karena sang kakak yang menjadi tulang punggung keluarga justru cedera pada awal awal karirnya dan terpaksa pensiun dini.

Skil sepakbola Ronaldinho kecil sudah terlihat disaat dia masih kanak kanak, dia diberi nama Ronaldinho karena dia adalah pemain yang paling muda dan paling pendek di klubnya, btw, di Brazil orang sering memberi tambahan kata "inho" untuk memberikan rujukan "kecil" atau "muda " pada nama seseorang , seperti juninho, artinya si kecil junior, dan robinho si kecil robson.

Ronaldinho pertama kali tertarik pada futsal dan sepakbola pantai, nama besar sang calon bintang waktu itu pertama kali tercium oleh media saat dinho kecil (berusia 13 tahun)mencetak 23 gol dalam satu pertandingan melawan sebuah klub lokal, yang mana skornya 23-0 ( hmm ..)

Sinar Ronaldinho semakin cemerlang saat dia dipanggil oleh timnas brazil untuk piala dunia U-17, 1997, di Mesir, saat itu Dinho mencetak 2 gol.

Sekarang , Roberto, kakak Dinho, menjadi manajernya, sedangkan saudarinya, Deisi, bekerja sebagai Press Coordinationnya. Ronaldinho menjadi ayah untuk pertama kalinya tgl 25 februari 2005, setelah seorang penari Brazil bernama Janaina Mendes memberikannya putra, yang dia beri nama Joao.

Ronaldinho menawali karier yang cemerlang di klub ibu kota perancis PSG, namun seinring popularitasnya, sang maestro dituding terlalu suka keluyuran oleh sang pelath Luiz Fernandez, hal ini membuat hubungan keduanya menjadi tegang dan membuat Ronaldinho meminta hengkang.

juli 19, 2003, Ronaldinho bergabung dengan raksasa Catalan , Barcelona, dengan transfer 21 juta pound, tahun 2004 dan 2005 adalah masa keemasan Dinho, ketika 2 kali ia dinobatkan sebagai pemain terbaik dunia,

tidak hanya dikenal karena kehebatanya, Ronaldinho lebih dikenal karena kedermawanannya dan sikapnya yang bersahaja.

Setelah mengalami nasib buruk dan kehancuran hegemoni di musim 2007-2008, Barcelona mencoba mengais sisa sisa kejayaanya kembali dengan mengganti rezim Frank Rijkaard yang berkuasa. penggantinya, Pep Guardiola dipercaya menggantikan sang meneer, dan sial bagi Dinho, Pep sepaham dengan para petinggi Barca yang menginginkan "pembersihan" sisa sisa orang kepercayaan Rijkaard, setelah Deco, dirinya masuk kedalam list "tidak dibutuhkan" lagi...

Ronaldinho yang terbuang dari Barca, mendarat di Milan dengan transfer 21 juta pounds, Milan yang juga sedang berusaha mengembalikan pengaruh mereka di Eropa berharap banyak pada sisa sisa magi sang bintang.

namun apa lacur, dua kali dinho membela Milan pada partai pembuka, dan dua kali Rossonero menlan kekalahan, dan tudingan "telah habis" kembali mengarah pada Ronaldinho.

Namun, untung saja Carlo Ancelotti, pelatih Milan, masih mau memberikan kepercayaan padanya, bahkan pada derby melawan tim yang sedang menguasai Italia dan berambisi menaklukan Eropa, sang pemuncak klasemen Inter milan. dan disinilah magi sang bocah dari Porto Alegre kembali bersinar setelah gol tunggalnya membungkam jumawa juara tiga kali berturut turut serie A Inter milan.

gol ini mengingatkan kembali kehebatan Ronaldinho yang tidak boleh dilupakan, dan anda bisa menyimak aksi aksinya disini, serta gol kemenangan Ronaldinho atas Inte milan, selamat datang kembali Ronaldinho

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