Titel: Olympic bronze medalists for Brazil
Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Dida, Rivaldo, Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Roberto Carlos, Lucas Leiva, Alexandre Pato, Bebeto, Juninho Paulista, Ramires, Marcelo Vieira, Jô, Natália Falavigna, Thiago Emiliano da Silva.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 60 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Chapters: Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Dida, Rivaldo, Anderson Luís de Abreu Oliveira, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Roberto Carlos, Lucas Leiva, Alexandre Pato, Bebeto, Juninho Paulista, Ramires, Marcelo Vieira, Jô, Natália Falavigna, Thiago Emiliano da Silva, Hernanes, César Cielo, Hélia Souza, José Marcelo Ferreira, Vanderlei de Lima, Rafael Sóbis, Alvaro de Miranda Neto, Sávio, Aldair, Alexandre da Silva Mariano, Gustavo Borges, Thiago Neves Augusto, Luiz Bombonato Goulart, Flávio Conceição, Breno Borges, Rafinha, Zé Elias, André Luiz Moreira, Helen Luz, Torben Grael, Renan Brito Soares, Fernando Scherer, Alex Sandro da Silva, Ilsinho, Aurélio Miguel, Diego Alves Carreira, Ronaldo Guiaro, Rodrigo Pessoa, Baloubet du Rouet, Janeth Arcain, Emanuel Rego, Ricardo Santos, Danrlei, Robson da Silva, Ubiratan Pereira Maciel, João Carlos de Oliveira, Erika Coimbra, Wlamir Marques, Tetsuo Okamoto, Amaury Pasos, Carlos Jayme, André da Silva, Walewska Oliveira, Leila Barros, Marcelinho Paulista, Ana Paula Connelly, Sandra Pires, Édson Ribeiro, Carlos Domingos Massoni, Flávio Canto, Algodão, Narciso dos Santos, Cláudia das Neves, Jorge Fernandes, Tiago Camilo, Guilherme Paraense, Nelson Prudêncio, Adriana Moisés Pinto, Virna Dias, Adriana Samuel, Luís Onmura, Erison Carlos dos Santos Silva, Marta Sobral, Marcus Mattioli, Kelly Santos, Leandro Guilheiro, Alfredo da Motta, Henrique Guimarães, Arnaldo da Silva, Lars Grael, Afrânio da Costa, José Edvar Simones, Elisângela Oliveira, Janina Conceição, Ana Ida Alvares, Sebastião Wolf, Affonso Évora, Alberto Marson, Massinet Sorcinelli, Ruy de Freitas, Dario Barbosa, Marcus Vinícius Dias, Reinaldo Conrad, Nilton Pacheco, Karin Rodrigues, Raquel Silva, Bráz, Ketleyn Quadros, Alexandre Gemignani, Silvia Andrea Santos Luz, Ricarda Lima, Servílio de Oliveira, José da Conceição, Hilma Caldeira, Burkhard Cordes, Edvaldo Valério, Sandra Suruagy, Walter Carmona, Fernanda Oliveira, Chiaki Ishii, Peter Ficker, Kátia Lopes, Kelly Fraga, Isabel Swan, Nelson Falcão, Clinio Freitas. Excerpt: Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (born 21 March 1980 in Porto Alegre), commonly known as Ronaldinho (Brazilian Portuguese: ) or Ronaldinho Gaúcho, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Flamengo and the Brazilian national team.He is a two-time winner of the FIFA World Player of the Year, awarded to the best player over the year. He won the award in both 2004 and 2005. "Ronaldinho," the diminutive and term of endearment for "Ronaldo," is accompanied in Brazilian usage by the nickname "Gaúcho," in order to distinguish him from fellow footballer and countryman Ronaldo, who was known as "Ronaldinho" in Brazil beforehand. Ronaldo simply went by his first name upon his move to Europe, thereby allowing Ronaldinho to drop the "Gaúcho" and go by the name Ronaldinho abroad. Prior to his move to Flamengo, he played for Paris Saint-Germain, FC Barcelona and Milan. With the Spanish club, he won his first Champions League in 2006 and the Ballon d'Or in 2005. He became a Spanish citizen in January 2007. He was also named in the FIFA 100, a list of the greatest footballers compiled by fellow countryman Pelé, and in the FIFPro World XI consecutively from 2004-2007. Ronaldinho was born in the city of Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul. His mother, Dona Miguelina Elói Assis dos Santos (daughter of Enviro Assis), is a former salesperson who studied to become a nurse. His father, João de Assis Moreira, was a shipyard worker a...