In case you haven’t noticed, we absolutely love Ronaldinho
Whether it be for Brazil, PSG, Barcelona, AC Milan or any of the clubs he has represented in his home country, Ronaldinho has always been one of the most entertaining footballers in the history of the game.
Yes, he won three league titles and the Champions League in Europe. Yes, he won the World Cup and Copa America with Brazil. Yes, he won the Ballon d’Or once and FIFA World Player of the Year twice.
But Ronaldinho’s charm is not in his honours list or career statisitcs, it is in the pure joy he provoked whenever he had the ball at his feet.
Rather than try to sum up his brilliance ourselves, we’ve left it to his peers to tell us why he remains one of the most loved players of all time.
Paul Pogba was on top form against Stoke on Monday
Has your driving instructor scored for Spurs?
Claude Puel soon turned it around at Leicester.
These are mightily impressive.
The Ox is justifying his decision to leave Arsenal
We all know who’s number one.
The Ox has found his feet at Liverpool.
It’s not even the first time this has happened.
Son Heung-min deserves much more celebration.
Plus why we’re scared of Antonio Conte.