October 24, 2009 1:22am CST
I'm always a fan of Ronaldinho. recenly,he showed off his football skills two goals,and lots of good pass of the balls Now we can say Ronaldinho's back now
24 Oct 09
Ronaldinho had a goodish game against Madrid. He showed flashes of his old self. At his very best he's surely amongst the Ronaldos, the Messies and the Kakas. However, I'm not as enthusiastic as many are about Ronaldinho's performance. Yes, the skill is there, it was never gone, but what made him so special was his sudden turn of pace. Defenders used to have to stay off abit to keep trace of his ball control. If they didn't pay attention, a sudden change of direction and he's gone. This was what had Ronaldinho special. He's not doing that for Milan now. Defenders are not as afraid of him as they used to, they no longer give him as much space as they used to because they know they can get close to him to pressurize him. It maybe a fitness issue, or it may just be the natural cycle of one's physical capabilities, but until Ronaldinho reproduces his turn of pace, he will continue to live in the shadow of his former glorious self. I'm a fan of football and I sincerely hope that Ronaldinho rediscovers himself and play to his former capabilities.
30 Oct 09
I think it's because he gained wait, he partied too much and jsut didn't look after himself which was very unprofessional like. I'm sure if he looked after himslef the way R.Giggs did he'd be widely known as the best player on the planet. Even better than Maradona and Pele himself. I'm positive about this as his performances for Barcelona were simply amazing.
1 Mar 10
yeah we can say he is 70% back.. not 100%...i think he has to work hard on his speed.. he can actauully do this as he is atill 29 years old.. his passes are still amzing.. all i can say is wow.. i wish he will increase is running speed and prove the world that he is back 100%.. god bless ronnie...