The Story of: Ronaldinho (UEFA Champions League)

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The Story of: Ronaldinho (UEFA Champions League) Ronaldinho shares his story & special moments in his experiences of Champions League football.

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This UEFA Champions League 2020’s video is titled The Story of: Ronaldinho (UEFA Champions League) and credited to DAZN Canada. Viewing time is 00:11:14, enjoy our fellow UEFA Champions League 2020 fans!

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  1. He would have lasted longer at the pinnacle if he maintained discipline over his habits.
    He let the adulation infiltrate his nto medulla which led to an explosive reaction that meant the only thing that was inevitable was a steadily accelerated decline.

  2. this man right here made me falll in love with the game and i will thank him when i’m finally up there one day

  3. O no,I was a baby when Ronaldinho's became famous.football is always my favorite game,I don't know why he's stop playing now I want to watch him playing so that I can enjoy watching football,he's my favorite,which team he's with am always on his side. Ronaldinho's please don't leave your dream behind, really miss you ?

  4. He says that he’s got everything because of his god given talent to play football, but I believe it’s his smile and infectious joy which has given him his success. This is person responsible for introducing the game of football to millions of children. Myself included

  5. Vc deixou um vazio no futebol Ronaldinho você representou muito bem nós crianças jovens de periferia aqui do nosso Brasil você sabe o quanto é a nossa dificuldade para sonhar em ser um jogador de futebol

  6. On a good day, when he’s fit in the mood, and most importantly SMILING! I can’t think of a defender, Or a defense that could stop this guy from scoring. He was something else at psg and Barca.

  7. Modern players aren't as good as the players from the 90s and 2000s.
    Sad times ??

  8. Barca with the unicef logo on their jersey will forever be the greatest team in my view. Was like 13 back then, wore the jersey and felt like I was part of this legendary team. Football was magic, especially barca. When I got older the magic disappeared and I now I start to realize why my father always watched the recaps of legendary matches/players/teams from his time :')

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