Ronaldinho Has Officially Announced His Retirement From Football, Aged 37
He was a pleasure to watch. Nobody will be able to replicate what he did at the peak of his powers. He was an unstoppable force that defenders feared and teammates loved.
Ronaldinho will be remembered as one of the greatest.
At the age of 37, 'the magician' has officially retired from the professional game, according to his agent and brother Roberto de Assis Moreira.
Irmão de Ronaldinho Gaúcho anuncia aposentadoria do craque: 'Acabou'
:arrow_right_hook: https://t.co/3DxCVHIGCm pic.twitter.com/26zUWxNEKC
- FOX Sports Brasil (@FoxSportsBrasil) January 16, 2018
In an interview with Globoesports, he confirmed that the former Barcelona and PSG player has retired.
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"He stopped. Ended. Let's do something pretty big, nice, after the Russian Cup, probably in August. We will do various events in Brazil, Europe and Asia. And, of course, we are combining a game with the Brazilian team.." he told Globoesports.
It looks like Ronaldinho will now play testimonial games in Brazil, Asia and Europe after the announcement was made.
2002 World Champion, all-time great #Ronaldinho has OFFICIALLY announced his retirement as a footballer.
You made millions fall in love with the game. OBRIGADO! :yellow_heart: pic.twitter.com/sKwTlVfX9t
- Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStat) January 16, 2018
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