Paraguay frees Ronaldinho in 'fake' passport case after football legend agrees to face alternative punishment
Paraguayan prosecutors will not charge Ronaldinho for possession of an altered passport, but the former Barcelona player has admitted guilt and agreed to face an alternative punishment.
LaLiga: Barcelona strike €12 million deal for Atletico Mineiro's Emerson, joins Real Betis on loan until end of season
Barcelona have announced the signing of Emerson from Atletico Mineiro but the 20-year-old Brazilian will play for Real Betis on loan until June.
Premier League: Manchester United sign Brazil's dynamic Fred as Jose Mourinho looks to bolster central midfield
Jose Mourinho's task will now be to harness Fred's passing ability, while also finally getting the best out of Pogba in his third season since an £89 million move from Juventus.
Brazil superstar Ronaldinho brands news reports that he will marry two women at same time as the 'biggest lie'
Brazilian great Ronaldinho has denied reports that he will marry two women at the same in a ceremony in August this year.
There were times when Ronaldinho made you shake your head in bafflement. Like on that spring evening in 2005, when he unleashed the famed toe-poke at Stamford Bridge with everyone looking on in wonder
Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho has formally confirmed his retirement from football, more than two years since his last appearance as a professional, reports in Brazil said Tuesday.
Robinho has denied the charges and can appeal the decision. After hearing the news, he posted brief messages on his official Instagram and Facebook profiles protesting his innocence
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Brazil arrive with bulging 17-member support staff entourage, including chef
Brazil have travelled to India with a bulging 17-member support staff, which includes a chef, the head of the delegation, Milton Dantas and a supervisor.
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho made a surprise move to Mexico's first division Friday, joining the White Roosters of Queretaro on a two-year deal.
The ever-grinning Atletico playmaker left the pitch amid a crowd of admiring opponents, who qualified as champions of the host nation and are fifth in the Moroccan league.
Mineiro, who have sat on their laurels since winning the Libertadores Cup in July and fielded second-string teams in several games, are 13th in the 20-team table with 21 points from 17 games.
Tournament favourites Atletico recovered from a 2-0 defeat in last week's first leg in Roasario by beating Newell's by the same score in a match interrupted for 11 minutes late in the second half due to a power failure.
Atletico Mineiro playmaker Ronaldinho said the tournament favourites will fight for their lives in next week's Libertadores Cup semi-final second leg after going down 2-0 to Newell's Old Boys on Wednesday.