Saturday, 4 February 2017

PEP's clarification on Ronaldinho's return to Barcelona

After Ronaldinho being named as Barcelona ambassodor, its been hottest news that how its gonna go  between the brazilian player & Pep Guardiola, who is rumoured to remove Ronaldinho from Barcelona back in 2008.

Ronaldinho already tweeted about his beautiful memories with Barcelona and to start again from where he left, without any harsh feelings for anyone.Between all these rumours & gossip PEP also told his part of the story. 

PEP GUARDIOLA has confirmed he didn’t push Ronaldinho out of the door at Barcelona and that it was the Brazilian’s desire to leave the Nou Camp back in 2008.


Pep Guardiola insists he did not force Ronaldinho to leave Barcelona in 2008



It is commonly regarded that the current Manchester City boss sold the 2005 Ballon d’Or winner to AC Milan due to the effect his party lifestyle was having on the emerging Lionel Messi.Pep Guardiola insists he did not force Ronaldinho to leave Barcelona in 2008.

However, Guardiola insists wanted to keep Ronaldinho, but the former No.10 had decided to move on.

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crazy Ronaldinho & barcelona fans were so upset & were literally in tears, when he left Barcelona in 2008.Now smile has returned to those dull faces & they are putting big Ronaldinho posters, here, there, everywhere, buying ronaldinho endorsed gears.You can also show crazzy love to Ronaldinho get one here

                      

He said: “Ronaldinho was a spectacular player.

“And when I met with him, I asked if he wanted to carry on, if he wanted to stay and he told me that he had wanted to leave for a while.”
The Brazilian playmaker joined from Paris Saint-Germain in 2003 and helped re-establish Barcelona as a real force in Europe.


Ronaldinho helped Barcelona win the Champions League in 2006


He mesmerised fans all over the world for three seasons, won the Ballon d’Or and was twice name Fifa Player of the Year.




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