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6This article is about the Brazilian footballer. For the Portuguese footballer, see Cristiano Ronaldo. For other people named Ronaldo, see Ronaldo (name).
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8    This is a Portuguese name; the family name is Nazário de Lima.
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10Ronaldo Ronaldo2009Corinthians.jpg
11Personal information
12Full name       Ronaldo Luis Nazário de Lima
13Date of birth   22 September 1976 (1976-09-22) (age 33)
14Place of birth  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
15Height  1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
16Playing position        Striker
17Club information
18Current club    Corinthians
19Number  9
20Youth career
211986–1989       Tennis Club Valqueire
221989–1990       Social Ramos Club
231990–1993       São Cristóvão
24Senior career*
25Years   Team    Apps†   (Gls)†
261993–1994       Cruzeiro        14      (12)
271994–1996       PSV     46      (42)
281996–1997       Barcelona       37      (34)
291997–2002       Internazionale  68      (49)
302002–2007       Real Madrid     127     (83)
312007–2008       Milan   20      (9)
322009–   Corinthians     21      (13)
33National team‡
341994–2006       Brazil  97      (62 [1])
35Honours[show]
36Olympic Games
37Competitor for  Brazil
38Men's Football
39Bronze  1996 Atlanta    Team Competition
40* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 9 May 2010 (UTC).
41
42† Appearances (Goals).
43‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 28 September 2008 (UTC)
44
45Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʁoˈnaɫdu luˈiz naˈzaɾiu dʒi ˈlimɐ]; born 22 September 1976), commonly known as Ronaldo, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for Corinthians. Ronaldo was one of the most prolific scorers in the world in the 1990s and the early 2000s. He won his first Ballon d'Or as the European Footballer of the Year in 1997 and again won the award in 2002. Additionally, he is one of only two men to have won the FIFA Player of the Year award three times, along with French footballer Zinedine Zidane. In 2007, he was named as one of the best starting eleven of all-time by France Football and was named to the FIFA 100, a list of the greatest footballers compiled by fellow countryman Pelé. In 2010, he was voted Goal.com's 'Player of the Decade' in an online poll, gathering 43.63% of all votes[2] and was also included as Centre Forward in the 'Team of the Decade'.[3] On February 23, 2010, Ronaldo announced that he will retire after the 2011 season, signing a two-year contract extension with the Corinthians at the same time [4].
46
47Ronaldo has played for Brazil in 97 international matches, amassing 62 goals. He was a part of the Brazilian squad that won the 1994, and 2002 World Cups. During the 2006 World Cup, Ronaldo became the highest goalscorer in the history of the World Cup with his fifteenth goal, surpassing Gerd Müller's previous record of 14.
48Contents
49[hide]
50
51    * 1 Career
52          o 1.1 Club career
53                + 1.1.1 1993-1994: Cruzeiro
54                + 1.1.2 1994-1996: PSV Eindhoven
55                + 1.1.3 1996-1997: Barcelona
56                + 1.1.4 1997-2002: Internazionale
57                + 1.1.5 2002-2007: Real Madrid
58                + 1.1.6 2007-2008: Milan
59                + 1.1.7 2009-: Corinthians
60          o 1.2 International career
61    * 2 Personal life
62    * 3 Career statistics
63    * 4 Honours
64          o 4.1 Player
65                + 4.1.1 National team
66          o 4.2 Individual
67    * 5 References
68    * 6 External links
69
70[edit] Career
71[edit] Club career
72[edit] 1993-1994: Cruzeiro
73
74In 1988, Ronaldo began his football career playing for Cruzeiro which was already going on to become a successful club. In his first and only year with Cruzeiro, he amassed 12 goals in 14 appearances and lead them to their first Copa do Brasil championship.
75[edit] 1994-1996: PSV Eindhoven
76
77After he was scouted by famous Dutch scout Piet de Visser, he was soon transferred for US$6 million to PSV in 1994, where he scored 42 goals in 46 league games and reached a total of 54 goals in 57 official appearances. With PSV, Ronaldo won the Dutch Cup in 1996 and was Eredivisie top scorer in 1995
78[edit] 1996-1997: Barcelona
79Ronaldo scoring the winning penalty in the 1997 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final against Paris Saint-Germain.
80
81Later, he attracted the attention of Barcelona through the interest of Sir Bobby Robson, the manager at the time. He played for Barça in the 1996-97 season, scoring an incredible 47 goals in 49 games (in all competitions) on the way to leading the Catalan side to UEFA Cup Winners' Cup triumph (where he capped the season with the winning goal in the cup final itself) and to Copa del Rey and Supercopa de España wins. He also won La Liga top scorer award in 1997 with 34 goals in 37 games. Until the 2008–09 season, Ronaldo remained the last player to score more than 30 goals in La Liga. At the age of twenty, Ronaldo became the youngest player to win FIFA World Player of the Year in 1996. He also finished runner-up for the Ballon d'Or.
82[edit] 1997-2002: Internazionale
83
84Inter signed him the following year for a then world record fee, and Ronaldo duly helped them repeat his former side's cup-winning run, this time in the UEFA Cup, in which he scored their third goal in the final itself.
85
86Ronaldo adapted to the Italian style of the game in his first season, finishing second on the league's scoring charts. Ronaldo started to develop into a complete forward. He began racking up assists, became first-choice penalty taker, taking and scoring freekicks, and captaining the team at the end of the season. During his time with Inter, he scored several goals against Milan in the Derby della Madonnina. He won FIFA World Player of the Year for the second time in 1997, and collected the Ballon d'Or the same year. The following year, after the FIFA World Cup, he finished second for FIFA player of the year, and third for European Footballer of the Year.
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88On November 21, 1999, during a Serie A match against Lecce, Ronaldo felt his knee buckle and was forced to limp off the pitch. Medical exams after the match confirmed that the striker had ruptured a tendon in his knee and would require surgery.[5] During his first comeback on April 12, 2000, he played only seven minutes during the first leg of the Coppa Italia final against Lazio before injuring his knee for a second time.[6] After two operations and months of rehabilitation, Ronaldo came back for the 2002 World Cup, helping Brazil win their fifth World Cup title. Later in 2002 he won the World Player of the Year award for the third time, and transferred from Inter to Real Madrid. Ronaldo was given his most recognizable nickname Il Fenomeno{{Cat handler |main= }} by the Italian press while playing there. He was named the 20th top footballer of all time for Inter according to Times Online and only his injuries prevented a higher ranking. He played 99 games and scored 59 goals for nerazzurri.
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92[edit] 2002-2007: Real Madrid
93Ronaldo playing for Real Madrid
94
95Having signed for Real Madrid for €39 million, his jersey sales broke all records on the first day, such was the obsession and hype surrounding him. He was sidelined through injury until October 2002 but the fans kept on chanting his name. Ronaldo scored twice in his debut for Real Madrid. He received a standing ovation in the Santiago Bernabeu. That same reception was observed on the night of the final game of the season against Athletic Bilbao, where Ronaldo scored again to seal his first season with 23 league goals and the La Liga Championship title for 2003, which Ronaldo had previously failed to win while with Barcelona. With Real he also won a Intercontinental Cup in 2002 and Spanish Super Cup in 2003. In the second leg of Real Madrid's Champions League quarter-final, Ronaldo scored a hat-trick against Manchester United to knock them out of the competition. Real was on track to win the treble until Ronaldo was injured towards the end of the 03/04 season, and they lost the Copa del Rey final, were knocked out of the Champions league Semi-finals, and suffered a league form breakdown. This season he finished as the league's top scorer and was awarded the Pichichi despite Real losing the league title to Valencia. Real Madrid were knocked out of the first round of the last 16 in the Champions League by Arsenal, and went a third straight season without a trophy. During his time at Real Madrid, Ronaldo has scored against some of their biggest opponents including several against rivals Atletico Madrid and Barcelona. With the acquisition of Ruud Van Nistelrooy in 2006, Ronaldo grew more and more out of favor with the manager Fabio Capello due to injuries and weight issues.
96[edit] 2007-2008: Milan
97
98On 18 January 2007, it was reported that Ronaldo agreed terms with Milan for a transfer of €7.5 million.[7] Ronaldo was forced to pay for the remaining period on his contract which tied him to Real Madrid, only because the latter did not agree to release him, while Milan were not ready to pay such a sum. On Thursday, January 25 Ronaldo flew from Madrid to Milan to watch Milan in a cup tie against Roma. Statements on the club's website said that Ronaldo was in Milan for a medical, and that a meeting had been arranged for Monday with Real Madrid officials to discuss and finalize his transfer to Milan. On 26 January, Ronaldo successfully completed his medical tests at the Milanello training complex under the supervision of club doctors, and the transfer completed on January 30[8] and got the jersey number 99. He made his debut as a substitute for Milan on 11 February 2007, during the 2-1 victory over Livorno. The next game at Siena on 17 February 2007, Ronaldo scored twice and assisted on a third goal in his first start for Milan as they won an exciting game 4-3. In his first season at Milan, Ronaldo scored 7 goals in 14 appearances.[5]
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100After his move to Milan, Ronaldo joined the list of the few players to have played for both Internazionale and Milan in the Milan Derby and is the only player to have scored for both sides in the derby game (for Inter in the 98/99 season and for Milan in the 06/07 season). Ronaldo is also one of the few players to have started for Real Madrid and Barcelona, which also boasts a heated rivalry. However, Ronaldo has never transferred directly between the teams in the derby. Ronaldo only played 300-plus minutes for Milan in his single season at Milan due to recurring injury problems and weight issues. Ronaldo's only goals in the 2007/2008 season, besides his goal against Lecce in pre-season, came in a 5-2 victory against Napoli at the San Siro, where he scored an emotional brace. It was also the first time Milan's much hyped attacking trio of Kaká, Alexandre Pato and Ronaldo, known as Ka-Pa-Ro played together. In total he scored 9 goals in 20 appearances for Milan.
101
102Despite tremendous success over the past decade, Ronaldo has never won the UEFA Champions League in his club career. During the 2006-07 season, though Milan won the 2006-07 title, Ronaldo was cup-tied with Madrid and ineligible to take part. The closest that he has been was in 2003 when he helped Real Madrid to the semi-finals, in which they lost to Juventus.
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104On 13 February 2008, Ronaldo suffered a severe season-ending knee injury while jumping for a cross in Milan's 1-1 draw with Livorno, and was stretchered off and taken to a hospital. Milan confirmed after the match that Ronaldo had ruptured the kneecap ligament in his left knee. It marked the third such occurrence of this injury, which he suffered twice to his right knee in 1998 and 2000.[9] He was released by Milan at the end of the season, as his contract expired and was not renewed.
105[edit] 2009-: Corinthians
106Ronaldo in 2010.
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108Ronaldo trained with Flamengo during his recovery from knee surgery, and the club's board of directors said that the doors were open for him to join. However, on 9 December, Ronaldo signed a one-year deal with Flamengo's league rival Corinthians.[10] The announcement received high publicity in the Brazilian press about his favouring Corinthians over Flamengo, since Ronaldo publicly declared himself a Flamengo lover and had promised to defend the club.[11]
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110Ronaldo played his first match for Corinthians on 4 March 2009, a Copa do Brasil match against Itumbiara at Estádio Juscelino Kubitschek, in which he came as a substitute for Jorge Henrique.[12] Ronaldo scored his first goal for Corinthians on March 8, 2009, in a Campeonato Paulista match against Palmeiras.[13] He helped Corinthians win the Campeonato Paulista with 10 goals in 14 games.[14]
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112Ronaldo helping Corinthians defeat Internacional with an aggregate score of 4-2 to help the club win its third Brazil Cup (the second of his career), thus earning a spot in the Copa Libertadores 2010. He returned on September 20 in a match against Goias. On 27 September 2009, he scored for Corinthians in the 1-1 draw against São Paulo.
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114He finished the Brazilian Serie A 2009 with 12 goals in 20 matches.
115
116In February 2010, Ronaldo signed a contract extension with Corinthians that would keep him with the club until the end of 2011 and said he would then retire.[15]
117[edit] International career
118
119Ronaldo made his international debut for Brazil in 1994, in a friendly match in Recife against Argentina. He went to the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the USA as a 17-year-old but did not play. He came to be known as Ronaldinho ("little Ronaldo" in Portuguese), because Ronaldo Rodrigues de Jesus, his older team-mate on the tournament, was also called Ronaldo and also nicknamed Ronaldão ("big Ronaldo") to further distinguish them. Another Brazilian player, Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, who is widely known as Ronaldinho, would come to be called Ronaldinho Gaúcho when he joined the Brazilian main national team in 1999.
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121In the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Ronaldo played with the name Ronaldinho on his shirt, since centre back Ronaldo Guiaro, two years his senior, was one of his teammates. Brazil went on to win the bronze medal in Atlanta.
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123Voted the FIFA World Player of the Year in 1996 and 1997, he scored four goals and made three assists[16] during the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The night before the final, he suffered a convulsive fit. At first Ronaldo was removed from the starting lineup 72 minutes before the match, but he requested to play and was later reinstated by coach Mario Zagallo. Ronaldo did not perform well and he was injured in a collision with French goalkeeper Fabien Barthez. Brazil lost the final to hosts France 3-0.[17] Adrian Williams, professor of clinical neurology at Birmingham University, said that Ronaldo should not have played, saying that he would have been feeling the after effects of the seizure and that "there is no way that he would have been able to perform to the best of his ability within 24 hours of his first fit — if it was his first fit."[18]
124
125During the 2002 FIFA World Cup Ronaldo again led the national team to their record fifth championship and won the Golden Shoe as top scorer with eight goals and was runner-up to the Golden Ball as most valuable player in the tournament. He also scored against every opponent in the tournament except in the quarter-finals against England. In the final match against Germany, Ronaldo scored his 11th and 12th goals to a round of applause and tied Pelé's Brazilian record of 12 career World Cup goals.[19]
126
127On 2 June 2004, Ronaldo scored an unusual hat-trick of penalties for Brazil against archrivals Argentina in a CONMEBOL qualifier for the 2006 World Cup.
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129In the 2006 FIFA World Cup, although Brazil won their first two group games against Croatia and Australia, respectively, Ronaldo was repeatedly jeered for being overweight and slow (Brazil President Lula questioned the national coach asking if, "Ronaldo is fat or isn't he?"[citation needed]). Nonetheless, coach Carlos Alberto Parreira kept him in the starting lineup in face of calls to have Ronaldo replaced. With his two goals against Japan in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, he became the 20th player ever to score in three different FIFA World Cups. (Ronaldo scored at France 98, Korea/Japan 2002 and at Germany 2006). On June 27, 2006, he broke the all-time World Cup Finals scoring record of 14, held by Gerd Müller after scoring his 15th World Cup goal against Ghana in the 2006 FIFA World Cup Round of 16. He also equaled a much less talked about mark: with his third goal of the 2006 World Cup, Ronaldo became only the second player ever (Jürgen Klinsmann being the other) to score at least three goals in each of three World Cups. However, Brazil were knocked out by France 1-0 in the quarter-finals.
130[edit] Personal life
131Ronaldo during a meeting at the Brazilian Ministry of Education.
132
133During 1997, Ronaldo met the Brazilian model and actress Susana Werner on the set of Brazilian telenovela Malhação when they acted together in three episodes.[20][21] Although never marrying, they began a long-term relationship and lived together in Milan until the beginning of 1999.[22] In April 1999, Ronaldo married female Brazilian footballer Milene Domingues, at the time pregnant with the couple's first son, Ronald. The marriage lasted four years. The couple had a son, Ronald (born in Milan, on April 6, 2000).[23] In 2005, Ronaldo became engaged to Brazilian model and MTV VJ Daniela Cicarelli, who became pregnant but suffered a miscarriage; the relationship lasted for only three months after their luxurious wedding at the Château de Chantilly. The ceremony reportedly cost €700,000 (£896,000).[24] Ronaldo also had a relationship with Brazilian supermodel Raica Oliveira, ended in December 2006.
134
135In April 2008, Ronaldo was involved in a scandal involving three transvestite prostitutes whom he met in a nightclub located in the city of Rio de Janeiro.[25] Upon discovering that they were men, Ronaldo offered them $600 to leave.[26] However, one of the three, André Luís Ribeiro Albertino (better known as Andréia Albertini), demanded $30,000 and exposed the case to the media.[27] According to the local police chief, "[Ronaldo] was very excited and wanted to go out and have fun, without the press knowing. Ronaldo said that he is not mentally stable and is having psychological problems because of his recent surgery. But he committed no crime at all, it was immoral at best."[28] Ronaldo's engagement to Maria Beatriz Antony was cancelled immediately after the prostitution scandal[29] but resumed a little later. Maria Beatriz Antony gave birth to their first daughter, named Maria Sophia, in Rio de Janeiro, on 24 December 2008. In April 2009, the whole family moved to a new penthouse in São Paulo.[30] On April 6, 2010, Maria Beatriz Antony gave birth to their second daughter. The girl, born in São Paulo, was named Maria Alice. Coincidently, Maria Alice was born exactly 10 years after her older brother Ronald.[31]
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137Since 2005, Ronaldo has been the co-owner of A1 Team Brazil, along with Brazilian motorsports legend Emerson Fittipaldi.[32]
138
139
140[edit] Career statistics
141
142    As of 09 May 2010.
143
144Club performance        League  Cup     Continental     Total
145Season  Club    League  Apps    Goals   Apps    Goals   Apps    Goals   Apps    Goals
146Brazil  League  Copa do Brasil  South America   Total
1471993    Cruzeiro        Série A         14      12      -       -       12      10      441     441
148Netherlands     League  KNVB Cup        Europe  Total
1491994-95         PSV     Eredivisie      33      30      1       2       2       3       36      35
1501995-96         13      12      3       1       5       6       21      19
151Spain   League  Copa del Rey    Europe  Total
1521996-97         Barcelona       La Liga         37      34      5       8       7       5       49      47
153Italy   League  Coppa Italia    Europe  Total
1541997-98         Internazionale  Serie A         32      25      4       3       11      6       47      34
1551998-99         19      14      3       0       6       1       28      15
1561999-00         7       3       1       0       0       0       8       3
1572000-01         0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
1582001-02         10      7       1       0       5       0       16      7
159Spain   League  Copa del Rey    Europe  Total
1602002-03         Real Madrid     La Liga         31      23      1       0       12      7       44      30
1612003-04         32      24      7       3       9       4       48      31
1622004-05         34      21      1       0       10      3       45      24
1632005-06         23      14      2       1       2       0       27      15
1642006-07         7       1       2       1       4       2       13      4
165Italy   League  Coppa Italia    Europe  Total
1662006-07         Milan   Serie A         14      7       0       0       0       0       14      7
1672007-08         6       2       0       0       0       0       6       2
168Brazil  League  Copa do Brasil  South America   Total
1692009    Corinthians     Série A         20      12      8       3       —       —       382     232
1702010    1       1       —       —       7       3       173     73
171Total   Brazil  35      25      8       3       19      13      994     744
172Netherlands     46      42      4       3       7       9       57      54
173Spain   164     117     18      13      44      21      226     151
174Italy   88      58      9       3       22      7       119     68
175Career Total    333     242     39      22      92      50      5014    3474
176
1771 includes 18 matches and 22 goals in Campeonato Mineiro.
1782 includes 10 matches and 8 goals in Campeonato Paulista.
1793 includes 9 matches and 3 goals in Campeonato Paulista.
1804See123
181
182    * "Cup" include domestic cups and supercups;
183    * "Continental" includes European cups, South American cups and Intercontinental Cup.
184
185Professional career totals
186Teams   Appearances     Goals   Goals per game
187Clubs   501     347     0.692
188National Team   097     062     0.639
189U-23 National Team      08      06      0.750
190Total   606     415     0.685
191[edit] Honours
192[edit] Player
193
194Brazil Cruzeiro
195
196    * Campeonato Mineiro: 1994
197    * Copa do Brasil: 1993
198
199Netherlands PSV
200
201    * KNVB Cup: 1996
202
203Spain Barcelona
204
205    * Copa del Rey: 1997
206    * UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1997
207    * Supercopa de España: 1996
208
209Italy Internazionale
210
211    * UEFA Cup: 1998
212
213Spain Real Madrid
214
215    * La Liga: 2003
216    * Intercontinental Cup: 2002
217    * UEFA Super Cup: 2002
218    * Supercopa de España: 2003
219
220Brazil Corinthians
221
222    * Campeonato Paulista: 2009
223    * Copa do Brasil: 2009
224
225[edit] National team
226
227    * FIFA World Cup: 1994, 2002
228    * Copa América: 1997, 1999
229    * FIFA Confederations Cup: 1997
230
231[edit] Individual
232
233    * Supercopa Libertadores Top Scorer: 1993-94
234    * Campeonato Mineiro Top Scorer: 1993-94
235    * Campeonato Mineiro Team of The Year: 1994
236    * Eredivisie Top Scorer: 1994-95
237    * La Liga Top Scorer: 1996-97,2003–2004
238    * European Golden Boot: 1996-97
239    * Don Balón Award La Liga Foreign Player of the Year: 1996-97
240    * Copa América Final Most Valuable Player: 1997
241    * Copa América Most Valuable Player: 1997
242    * Confederations Cup All-Star Team: 1997
243    * Cup Winners Cup Final Most Valuable Player: 1997
244    * Cup Winners Cup Top Goal Scorer: 1996-1997
245    * IFFHS World's Top Goal Scorer of the Year: 1997
246    * UEFA Most Valuable Player: 1997-98
247    * Serie A Footballer of the Year: 1997-98
248    * Serie A Foreign Footballer of the Year: 1997-98
249    * UEFA Best Forward: 1997-98
250    * Bravo Award : 1995, 1997, 1998
251    * FIFA World Cup Golden Ball: 1998
252    * UEFA Cup Final Most Valuable Player: 1998
253    * Copa América Top Scorer: 1999
254    * Copa América All-Star Team: 1997, 1999
255    * FIFA World Player of the Year: 1996, 1997, 2002
256    * Ballon D'or: 1997, 2002
257    * World Soccer Magazine World Player of The Year: 1996,1997.2002
258    * Onze d'Or: 1997, 2002
259    * FIFA World Cup Silver Ball: 2002
260    * FIFA 100
261    * FIFA World Cup All-Star Team: 1998, 2002
262    * FIFA World Cup Final Most Valuable Player: 2002
263    * FIFA World Cup Top Scorer: 2002
264    * Intercontinental Cup Most Valuable Player: 2002
265    * UEFA Team of The Year: 2002
266    * Laureus Comeback of the Year: 2002
267    * Strogaldo De Legendary Award 2002
268    * BBC Sports Personality of the Year Overseas Personality: 2002
269    * La Liga South American Player of the Year: 1996-97, 2002–03
270    * Golden Foot: 2006
271    * Brazilian National Hall of Fame inducated: Class of 2006
272    * Serie A Player of the Decade: 1997-2007
273    * France Football Magazine: Starting eleven of all-time: 2007
274    * FIFA World Cup All-Time Scoring Leader
275    * Campeonato Paulista Best Player: 2009
276    * Goal.com : Player of a decade: Winner 2000-2010[33]
277
278[edit] References
279
280   1. ^ "Brazil - Record International Players". RSSSF. 2006-07-23. http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/braz-recintlp.html. Retrieved 2009-07-20.
281   2. ^ Goal.com team (2010-01-01). "Ronaldo Is Goal.com's Player of the Decade". Goal.com. Goal.com. http://www.goal.com/en/news/2804/goalcom-player-of-the-decade/2010/01/01/1719502/ronaldo-is-goalcoms-player-of-the-decade. Retrieved 2010-01-11.
282   3. ^ Goal.com team (2009-12-28). "ESPN-soccernews". Goal.com. Goal.com. http://www.goal.com/en/news/2804/goalcom-player-of-the-decade/2009/12/28/1713063/goalcom-player-of-the-decade-results-position-by-position. Retrieved 2010-01-11.
283   4. ^ "Ronaldo sets retirement date". http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=745706&sec=global&cc=5739. Retrieved 2010-02-23.
284   5. ^ a b Ronaldo (Luíz (Ronaldo) Nazário de Lima) - Milan and Brazil
285   6. ^ F.C. Internazionale Milano
286   7. ^ "Ronaldo unveiled by Rossoneri". UEFA.com. 2007-01-30. http://www.uefa.com/competitions/ucl/news/kind=1/newsid=501832.html.
287   8. ^ "Milan complete signing of Ronaldo". BBC News. 30 January 2007. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/europe/6271487.stm. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
288   9. ^ "Official: Ronaldo tendon severed". Football Italia. 2008-02-13. http://www.channel4.com/sport/football_italia/feb13r.html.
289  10. ^ Independent.co.uk Ronaldo agrees to join Corinthians
290  11. ^ Goal.com Ronaldo: No Milan? I'll Go To Flamengo
291  12. ^ "Aos 22min do 2º tempo, Ronaldo estréia pelo Corinthians" (in Portuguese). Terra. 2009-03-04. http://esportes.terra.com.br/futebol/copadobrasil/interna/0,,OI3614269-EI1950,00-Aos+min+do+tempo+Ronaldo+estreia+pelo+Corinthians.html. Retrieved 2009-03-04.
292  13. ^ "Com gol de Ronaldo no final, Corinthians arranca empate contra o Palmeiras" (in Portuguese). Folha Online. 2009-03-08. http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/esporte/ult92u531293.shtml. Retrieved 2009-03-08.
293  14. ^ News.Xinhuanet.com, (English)
294  15. ^ "Ronaldo Renews Corinthians Contract, Will Retire In 2011". Reuters. 22 February 22. http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2010/02/22/sports/sports-uk-soccer-latam-brazil-ronaldo.html.
295  16. ^ Planet World Cup's 1998 World Cup statistics - www.planetworldcup.com
296  17. ^ "Ronaldo's fit caused hotel panic". CNN/SI. 1998-07-15. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/world/events/1998/worldcup/news/1998/07/15/ronaldo_hotel/.
297  18. ^ "Neurologist questions Ronaldo decision". CNN/SI. 1998-07-14. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/world/events/1998/worldcup/news/1998/07/14/ronaldo_convulsions/.
298  19. ^ Longman, Jere (2002-07-01). "Ronaldo's Sweetest Vindication". New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/01/sports/soccer-ronaldo-s-sweetest-vindication.html. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
299  20. ^ "Ronaldo's profile at IMDB". Internet Movie Database. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1046596/. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
300  21. ^ "Susana Werner's profile at IMDB". Internet Movie Database. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0921482/. Retrieved 2009-06-11.
301  22. ^ "Susana Werner, love in Milan (Portuguese)". Lance!. 2009-01-29. http://www.lancenet.com.br/noticias/09-01-29/477266.stm?susana-werner-amor-em-milao. Retrieved 2009-02-24.
302  23. ^ "Fast facts on Ronaldo". CNN Sports Illustrated. 31 August 2002. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/soccer/news/2002/08/31/ronaldo_facts_reuters.
303  24. ^ "Ronaldo splits up with fiancee work=agencies". China Daily. 12 May 2005. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2005-05/12/content_441435.htm.
304  25. ^ "Ronaldo's in transvestite scandal". BBC. 2008-04-29. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7374317.stm.
305  26. ^ "Police probe Ronaldo-transvestite incident". Reuters. 2008-04-29. http://uk.reuters.com/article/worldFootballNews/idUKN2820144020080429.
306  27. ^ "Two of the transvestite prostitutes say that Ronaldo's allegations are false". Daily Mail. 7 May 2008. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-564540/Two-transvestite-prostitutes-admit-Ronaldo-allegations-false.html.
307  28. ^ Andrew Downie & Tom Leonard (29 April 2008). "ssRonaldo 'threatened transvestite prostitutes in Rio motel room'". The Daily Telegraph (London). http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1908084/Ronaldo-threatened-transvestite-prostitutes-in-Rio-motel-room.html.
308  29. ^ "Ronaldo's family confirms former fiancee's pregnancy". Xinhua (www.chinaview.cn). 14 May 2008. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-05/14/content_8165085.htm.
309  30. ^ "Ronaldo and Maria Beatriz Antony's new penthouse in São Paulo (Portuguese)". Isto É Gente magazine. 11 May 2009. http://www.terra.com.br/istoegente/edicoes/504/artigo133118-1.htm.
310  31. ^ "Ronaldo’s wife gives birth to another girl". Yahoo! Sports. 6 April 2010. http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/news?slug=ap-ronaldo-daughter.
311  32. ^ "Ronaldo, Fittipaldi Launch A1 Team Brazil". 30 June 2005. http://www.tsn.ca/auto_racing/story/?id=129254&hubname=.
312  33. ^ "Ronaldo Is Goal.com's Player Of The Decade". Goal.com. 31 Dec 2009. http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/114/mexico/2010/01/01/1719522/ronaldo-is-goalcoms-player-of-the-decade. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
313
314[edit] External links
315Search Wikimedia Commons        Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Ronaldo
316Search Wikiquote        Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Ronaldo
317
318    * Ronaldo at National-Football-Teams.com
319    * Ronaldo FIFA competition record
320    * Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame
321    * CBF Contract Archive (Portuguese)
322    * Top.10 players of Brasileiro 2009 Southamericanfutbol.com (English)
323
324[show]
325 
326Awards
327[show]
328v • d • e
329Corinthians Memorial - Hall of Fame
330Amílcar  · Baltazar  · Basílio  · Biro-Biro  · Brandão  · Cabeção  · Carbone  · Casagrande  · Cláudio  · Del Debbio  · Dida  · Dinei  · Ditão  · Domingos da Guia  · Edílson  · Felipe  · Flávio Minuano  · Carlos Gamarra  · Garrincha  · Gylmar dos Santos Neves  · Grané  · Idário  · Jaú  · Luizinho  · Marcelinho Carioca  · Neco  · Neto  · Olavo  · Oreco  · Palhinha  · Ricardinho  · Freddy Rincón  · Rivelino  · Roberto Belangero  · Ronaldo Soares  · Ronaldo Nazário  · Servilio  · Sócrates  · Teleco  · Tévez  · Tuffy  · Vampeta  · Viola  · Wladimir  · Zé Maria
331[show]
332v • d • e
333Brazilian Football Museum – Hall of Fame
334Bebeto | Carlos Alberto Torres | Didi | Djalma Santos | Falcão | Garrincha | Gérson | Gilmar | Jairzinho | Julinho | Nílton Santos | Pelé | Rivaldo | Rivelino | Roberto Carlos | Romário | Ronaldinho | Ronaldo | Sócrates | Taffarel | Tostão | Vavá | Zagallo | Zico | Zizinho
335Honorable Mention: Domingos da Guia | Leônidas
336[show]
337v • d • e
338FIFA World Player of the Year
3391991: Matthäus | 1992: van Basten | 1993: Baggio | 1994: Romário | 1995: Weah | 1996: Ronaldo | 1997: Ronaldo | 1998: Zidane | 1999: Rivaldo | 2000: Zidane | 2001: Figo | 2002: Ronaldo | 2003: Zidane | 2004: Ronaldinho | 2005: Ronaldinho | 2006: Cannavaro | 2007: Kaká | 2008: C. Ronaldo | 2009: Messi
340[show]
341v • d • e
342European Golden Shoe
3431968: Eusébio | 1969: Zhekov | 1970: Müller | 1971: Skoblar | 1972: Müller | 1973: Eusébio | 1974: Yazalde | 1975: Georgescu | 1976: Kaiafas | 1977: Georgescu | 1978: Krankl | 1979: Kist | 1980: Vandenbergh | 1981: Slavkov | 1982: Kieft | 1983: Gomes | 1984: Rush | 1985: Gomes | 1986: Van Basten | 1987: Cămătaru / Polster | 1988: Çolak | 1989: Mateuţ | 1990: Sánchez / Stoichkov | 1991: Pančev | 1992: McCoist | 1993: McCoist | 1994: Taylor | 1995: Avetisyan | 1996: Endeladze | 1997: Ronaldo | 1998: Machlas | 1999: Jardel | 2000: Phillips | 2001: Larsson | 2002: Jardel | 2003: Makaay | 2004: Henry | 2005: Henry / Forlán | 2006: Toni | 2007: Totti | 2008: C. Ronaldo | 2009: Forlán | 2010: Messi
344[show]
345v • d • e
346FIFA World Cup Golden Shoe
347Top Scorer     
3481930: Stábile · 1934: Nejedlý · 1938: Leônidas · 1950: Ademir · 1954: Kocsis · 1958: Fontaine · 1962: Albert / Garrincha / Ivanov / Jerković / Sánchez / Vavá
349Golden Shoe     
3501966: Eusébio · 1970: Müller · 1974: Lato · 1978: Kempes · 1982: Rossi · 1986: Lineker · 1990: Schillaci  · 1994: Salenko / Stoichkov  · 1998: Šuker  · 2002: Ronaldo  · 2006: Klose
351Golden Shoe Award was first awarded in 1966.
352[show]
353v • d • e
354FIFA World Cup Golden Ball
355Best Player     
3561930: Nasazzi | 1934: Meazza | 1938: Leônidas | 1950: Zizinho | 1954: Puskás | 1958: Didi | 1962: Garrincha | 1966: B. Charlton | 1970: Pelé | 1974: Cruijff | 1978: Kempes
357Golden Ball     
3581982: Rossi | 1986: Maradona | 1990: Schillaci | 1994: Romário | 1998: Ronaldo | 2002: Kahn | 2006: Zidane
359Golden Ball was first awarded in 1982.
360[show]
361v • d • e
362Ballon d'Or
363
3641956: Matthews  | 1957: di Stéfano  | 1958: Kopa  | 1959: di Stéfano  | 1960: Suárez  | 1961: Sívori  | 1962: Masopust  | 1963: Yashin  | 1964: Law  | 1965: Eusébio  | 1966: Charlton  | 1967: Albert  | 1968: Best  | 1969: Rivera  | 1970: Müller  | 1971: Cruyff  | 1972: Beckenbauer  | 1973: Cruyff  | 1974: Cruyff  | 1975: Blokhin  | 1976: Beckenbauer  | 1977: Simonsen  | 1978: Keegan  | 1979: Keegan  | 1980: Rummenigge  | 1981: Rummenigge  | 1982: Rossi  | 1983: Platini  | 1984: Platini  | 1985: Platini  | 1986: Belanov  | 1987: Gullit  | 1988: van Basten  | 1989: van Basten  | 1990: Matthäus  | 1991: Papin  | 1992: van Basten  | 1993: Baggio  | 1994: Stoichkov  | 1995: Weah  | 1996: Sammer  | 1997: Ronaldo  | 1998: Zidane  | 1999: Rivaldo  | 2000: Figo  | 2001: Owen  | 2002: Ronaldo  | 2003: Nedvěd  | 2004: Shevchenko  | 2005: Ronaldinho  | 2006: Cannavaro  | 2007: Kaká  | 2008: C. Ronaldo  | 2009: Messi
365[show]
366v • d • e
367La Liga Foreign Player of the Year - Don Balón Award
368
3691976: Neeskens · 1977: Cruyff · 1978: Cruyff · 1979: Stielike · 1980: Stielike · 1981: Stielike · 1982: Stielike · 1983: Barbas · 1984: Barbas · 1985: Schuster · 1986: Valdano · 1987: Sánchez · 1988: Alemão · 1989: Ruggeri · 1990: Sánchez · 1991: Schuster · 1992: Laudrup · 1993: Đukić · 1994: Stoichkov · 1995: Zamorano · 1996: Mijatović · 1997: Ronaldo · 1998: Rivaldo · 1999: Figo · 2000: Figo · 2001: Figo · 2002: Zidane · 2003: Nihat · 2004: Ronaldinho · 2005: Riquelme · 2006: Ronaldinho · 2007: Messi · 2008: Agüero · 2009: Messi
370[show]
371v • d • e
372La Liga top scorers
3731929: Bienzobas | 1930: Gorostiza | 1931: Bata | 1932: Gorostiza | 1933: Olivares | 1934: Lángara | 1935: Lángara | 1936 Lángara | 1940: Unamuno | 1941: Pruden | 1942: Suárez | 1943: Martín | 1944: Suárez | 1945: Zarra | 1946: Zarra | 1947: Zarra | 1948: Pahiño | 1949: César | 1950: Zarra | 1951: Zarra | 1952: Pahiño | 1953: Zarra | 1954: di Stéfano | 1955: Arza | 1956: di Stéfano | 1957: di Stéfano | 1958: Badenes/di Stéfano/Ricardo | 1959: di Stéfano | 1960: Puskás | 1961: Puskás | 1962: Seminario | 1963: Puskás | 1964: Puskás | 1965: Ré | 1966: Vavá | 1967: Waldo | 1968: Uriarte | 1969: Amancio/Gárate | 1970: Amancio/Aragonés/Gárate | 1971: Gárate/Rexach | 1972: Porta | 1973: Marianín | 1974: Quini | 1975: Carlos | 1976: Quini | 1977: Kempes | 1978: Kempes | 1979: Krankl | 1980: Quini | 1981: Quini | 1982: Quini | 1983: Rincón | 1984: da Silva/Juanito | 1985: Sánchez | 1986: Sánchez | 1987: Sánchez | 1988: Sánchez | 1989: Baltazar | 1990: Sánchez | 1991: Butragueño | 1992: Manolo | 1993: Bebeto | 1994: Romário | 1995: Zamorano | 1996: Pizzi | 1997: Ronaldo | 1998: Vieri | 1999: Raúl | 2000: Salva | 2001: Raúl | 2002: Tristán | 2003: Makaay | 2004: Ronaldo | 2005: Forlán | 2006: Eto'o | 2007: van Nistelrooy | 2008: Güiza | 2009: Forlán | 2010: Messi
374[show]
375v • d • e
376EFE Trophy
3771990–91: Fernández | 1991–92: Zalazar | 1992–93: Zamorano | 1993–94: Romário | 1994–95: Zamorano | 1995–96: Simeone | 1996–97: Ronaldo | 1997–98: Roberto Carlos | 1998–99: Rivaldo | 1999–2000: Herrera | 2000–01: Acuña | 2001–02: Saviola | 2002–03: Ronaldo | 2003–04: Ronaldinho | 2004–05: Forlán | 2005–06: Aimar | 2006–07: Messi | 2007–08: Agüero | 2008–09: Messi
378[show]
379v • d • e
380Eredivisie top scorers
381
3821957: Dillen  | 1958: Canjels  | 1959: Canjels  | 1960: Groot  | 1961: Groot  | 1962: Tol  | 1963: Kerkhoffs  | 1964: Geurtsen  | 1965: Geurtsen  | 1966: Van der Kuijlen/Kruiver  | 1967: Cruijff  | 1968: Kindvall  | 1969: Van Dijk/Kindvall  | 1970: Van der Kuijlen  | 1971: Kindvall  | 1972: Cruijff  | 1973: Janssens/Brokamp  | 1974: Van der Kuijlen  | 1975: Geels  | 1976: Geels  | 1977: Geels  | 1978: Geels  | 1979: Kist  | 1980: Kist  | 1981: Geels  | 1982: Kieft  | 1983: Houtman  | 1984: Van Basten  | 1985: Van Basten  | 1986: Van Basten  | 1987: Van Basten  | 1988: Kieft  | 1989: Romário  | 1990: Romário  | 1991: Romário/Bergkamp  | 1992: Bergkamp  | 1993: Bergkamp  | 1994: Litmanen  | 1995: Ronaldo  | 1996: Nilis  | 1997: Nilis  | 1998: Machlas  | 1999: Van Nistelrooy  | 2000: Van Nistelrooy  | 2001: Kežman  | 2002: Van Hooijdonk  | 2003: Kežman  | 2004: Kežman  | 2005: Kuyt  | 2006: Huntelaar  | 2007: Alves  | 2008: Huntelaar  | 2009: El Hamdaoui  | 2010: Suárez
383[show]
384v • d • e
385Serie A Foreign Footballer of the Year
3861997: Zidane | 1998: Ronaldo | 1999: Batistuta | 2000: Shevchenko | 2001: Zidane | 2002: Trézéguet | 2003: Nedvěd | 2004: Kaká | 2005: Ibrahimović | 2006: Kaká & Suazo | 2007: Kaká | 2008: Ibrahimović | 2009: Ibrahimović
387[show]
388v • d • e
389Serie A Footballer of the Year
3901997: Mancini | 1998: Ronaldo | 1999: Vieri | 2000: Totti | 2001: Zidane | 2002: Trezeguet | 2003: Nedvěd & Totti | 2004: Kaká | 2005: Gilardino | 2006: Cannavaro | 2007: Kaká | 2008: Ibrahimović | 2009: Ibrahimović
391[show]
392v • d • e
393Bravo Award
3941978: Case | 1979: Birtles | 1980: Müller | 1981: Wark | 1982: Shaw | 1983: Bonini | 1984: Righetti | 1985: Butragueño | 1986: Butragueño | 1987: van Basten | 1988: Ohana | 1989: Maldini | 1990: Baggio | 1991: Prosinečki | 1992: Guardiola | 1993: Giggs | 1994: Panucci | 1995: Kluivert | 1996: Del Piero | 1997: Ronaldo | 1998: Ronaldo | 1999: Buffon | 2000: Casillas | 2001: Hargreaves | 2002: Metzelder | 2003: Rooney | 2004: C.Ronaldo | 2005: Robben | 2006: Fàbregas | 2007: Messi | 2008: Benzema | 2009: Agüero
395[show]
396v • d • e
397World Soccer Player of the Year
3981982: Rossi | 1983: Zico | 1984: Platini | 1985: Platini | 1986: Maradona | 1987: Gullit | 1988: van Basten | 1989: Gullit | 1990: Matthäus | 1991: Papin | 1992: van Basten | 1993: Baggio | 1994: Maldini | 1995: Vialli | 1996: Ronaldo | 1997: Ronaldo | 1998: Zidane | 1999: Rivaldo | 2000: Figo | 2001: Owen | 2002: Ronaldo | 2003: Nedvěd | 2004: Ronaldinho | 2005: Ronaldinho | 2006: Cannavaro | 2007: Kaká | 2008: C. Ronaldo | 2009: Messi
399[show]
400v • d • e
401UEFA Club Footballer of the Year
4021998: Ronaldo | 1999: Beckham | 2000: Redondo | 2001: Effenberg | 2002: Zidane | 2003: Buffon | 2004: Deco | 2005: Gerrard | 2006: Ronaldinho | 2007: Kaká | 2008: C. Ronaldo | 2009: Messi
403[show]
404v • d • e
405FIFA 100
406UEFA   
407Baggio · Ballack · Banks · Baresi · Beckenbauer · Beckham · Bergkamp · Bergomi · Best · Boniek · Boniperti · Breitner · Buffon · Butragueño · Cantona · Ceulemans · Charlton · Cruyff · Dalglish · Dasayev · Davids · Del Piero · Desailly · Deschamps · Emre · Eusébio · Facchetti · Figo · Fontaine · Gullit · Hagi · Henry · Kahn · Keane · Keegan · Klinsmann · Kluivert · Kopa · B. Laudrup · M. Laudrup · Lineker · Luis Enrique · Maier · Maldini · Masopust · Matthäus · Müller · Nedvěd · Neeskens · Nesta · Owen · Papin · Pfaff · Pirès · Platini · Puskás · Raúl · Rensenbrink · Rijkaard · Rivera · Rossi · Rui Costa · Rummenigge · Rüştü · Schmeichel · Seedorf · Seeler · Shearer · Shevchenko · Stoichkov · Šuker · Thuram · Totti · Trésor · Trezeguet · van Basten · R. van de Kerkhof  · W. van de Kerkhof · Van der Elst · van Nistelrooy · Vieira · Vieri · Zidane · Zoff
408CONMEBOL       
409Carlos Alberto · Batistuta · Cafu · Crespo · Cubillas · di Stéfano · Falcão · Figueroa · Francescoli · Júnior · Kempes · Maradona · Passarella · Pelé · Rivaldo · Rivelino · Roberto Carlos · Romário · Romerito · Ronaldinho · Ronaldo · Djalma Santos · Nílton Santos · Saviola · Sívori · Sócrates · Valderrama · Verón · Zamorano · Zanetti · Zico
410CAF     
411Diouf · Milla · Okocha · Abédi Pelé · Weah
412CONCACAF       
413Akers · Hamm · Sánchez
414AFC     
415Hong · Nakata
416Preceded by
417Inaugural winner        UEFA Champions League Best Forward
4181997-98         Succeeded by
419Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko
420[show]
421 
422Brazil squads
423[show]
424v • d • e
425Brazil squad – 1994 FIFA World Cup Winners (4th Title)
4261 Taffarel • 2 Jorginho • 3 Ricardo Rocha • 4 Ronaldão • 5 Mauro Silva • 6 Branco • 7 Bebeto • 8 Dunga • 9 Zinho • 10 Raí • 11 Romário • 12 Zetti • 13 Aldair • 14 Cafu • 15 Márcio Santos • 16 Leonardo • 17 Mazinho • 18 Paulo Sérgio • 19 Müller • 20 Ronaldo • 21 Viola • 22 Gilmar • Coach: Parreira
427        Brazil
428[show]
429v • d • e
430Brazil squad – Copa América 1995 Runners-up
4311 Taffarel • 2 Jorginho • 3 Aldair • 4 Ronaldão • 5 César Sampaio • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Edmundo • 8 Dunga • 9 Túlio • 10 Juninho • 11 Zinho • 12 Danrlei • 13 Rodrigo • 14 André Cruz • 15 Narciso • 16 Leandro • 17 Beto • 18 Leonardo • 19 Souza • 20 Ronaldo • 21 Sávio • 22 Dida • Coach: Zagallo
432        Brazil
433[show]
434v • d • e
435Brazil squad – 1996 Olympic Bronze Medalists
4361 Dida • 2 Zé Maria • 3 Aldair • 4 Ronaldo Guiaro • 5 Flávio Conceição • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Bebeto • 8 Amaral • 9 Juninho • 10 Rivaldo • 11 Sávio • 12 Danrlei • 13 Narciso • 14 André Luiz • 15 Zé Elias • 16 Marcelinho Paulista • 17 Luizão • 18 Ronaldo • Coach: Zagallo
437        Brazil
438[show]
439v • d • e
440Brazil squad – Copa América 1997 Winners (5th Title)
4411 Taffarel • 2 Cafu • 3 Aldair • 4 Márcio Santos • 5 Mauro Silva • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Giovanni • 8 Dunga • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Leonardo • 11 Romário • 12 Carlos Germano • 13 Djalminha • 14 Zé Maria • 15 Célio Silva • 16 Gonçalves • 17 Zé Roberto • 18 César Sampaio • 19 Flávio Conceição • 20 Denílson • 21 Edmundo • 22 Paulo Nunes • Coach: Zagallo
442        Brazil
443[show]
444v • d • e
445Brazil squad – 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup Winners (1st Title)
4461 Dida • 2 Cafu • 3 Aldair • 4 Júnior Baiano • 5 Dunga • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Bebeto • 8 Flávio Conceição • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Leonardo • 11 Romário • 12 Rogério Ceni • 13 Zé Maria • 14 Gonçalves • 15 Zé Roberto • 16 César Sampaio • 17 Doriva • 18 Denílson • 19 Juninho • 20 Rivaldo • 21 Rodrigo • 22 Russo • Coach: Zagallo
447        Brazil
448[show]
449v • d • e
450Brazil squad – 1998 FIFA World Cup Runners-up
4511 Taffarel • 2 Cafu • 3 Aldair • 4 J. Baiano • 5 C. Sampaio • 6 R. Carlos • 7 Giovanni • 8 Dunga • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Rivaldo • 11 Emerson • 12 Carlos Germano • 13 Zé Carlos • 14 Gonçalves • 15 André Cruz • 16 Zé Roberto • 17 Doriva • 18 Leonardo • 19 Denílson • 20 Bebeto • 21 Edmundo • 22 Dida • Coach: Zagallo
452        Brazil
453[show]
454v • d • e
455Brazil squad – Copa América 1999 Winners (6th Title)
4561 Dida • 2 Cafu • 3 Odvan • 4 Antônio Carlos • 5 Emerson • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Amoroso • 8 Vampeta • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Rivaldo • 11 Alex • 12 Marcos • 13 Evanílson • 14 César Belli • 15 João Carlos • 16 Serginho • 17 Marcos Paulo • 18 Flávio Conceição • 19 Beto • 20 Christian • 21 Ronaldinho • 22 Zé Roberto • Coach: Luxemburgo
457        Brazil
458[show]
459v • d • e
460Brazil squad – 2002 FIFA World Cup winners (5th title)
4611 Marcos • 2 Cafu • 3 Lúcio • 4 Roque Jr. • 5 Edmílson • 6 R. Carlos • 7 Ricardinho • 8 Gilberto • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Rivaldo • 11 Ronaldinho • 12 Dida • 13 Belletti • 14 Polga • 15 Kléberson • 16 Júnior • 17 Denílson • 18 Vampeta • 19 Juninho • 20 Edílson • 21 Luizão • 22 R. Ceni • 23 Kaká • Coach: Scolari
462        Brazil
463[show]
464v • d • e
465Brazil squad – 2006 FIFA World Cup
4661 Dida • 2 Cafu • 3 Lúcio • 4 Juan • 5 Emerson • 6 Roberto Carlos • 7 Adriano • 8 Kaká • 9 Ronaldo • 10 Ronaldinho • 11 Zé Roberto • 12 Rogério Ceni • 13 Cicinho • 14 Luisão • 15 Cris • 16 Gilberto • 17 Gilberto Silva • 18 Mineiro • 19 Juninho • 20 Ricardinho • 21 Fred • 22 Júlio César • 23 Robinho • Coach: Parreira
467        Brazil
468[show]
469v • d • e
470Sport Club Corinthians Paulista squad – current squad
471
4721 Felipe · 2 Alessandro · 3 Chicão · 4 William · 5 Ralf · 6 Roberto Carlos · 7 Elias · 8 Tcheco · 9 Ronaldo · 10 Danilo · 11 Iarley · 12 Rafael Santos · 13 Paulo André · 14 Leandro Castán · 15 Marcelo Mattos · 16 Dodô · 17 Dentinho · 18 Jucilei · 19 Souza · 20 Defederico · 21 Morais · 22 Júlio César · 23 Jorge Henrique · 24 Moacir · 25 Edu Gaspar · 26 Danilo Fernandes · 27 Balbuena · 28 Renato · 29 Escudero · 30 Boquita · 32 Bruno César · Manager: Mano Menezes
473
474
475Persondata
476NAME    Lima, Ronaldo Luis Nazário de
477ALTERNATIVE NAMES       Ronaldo
478SHORT DESCRIPTION       footballer
479DATE OF BIRTH   1976-9-22
480PLACE OF BIRTH  Bento Ribeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
481DATE OF DEATH   
482PLACE OF DEATH 
483Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronaldo"
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