BROWSE HISTORY

Friday, April 27, 2012

2005 FIFA World Player of the Year : RONALDINHO

The 2005 FIFA World Player of the Year prize was awarded to the Brazilian Ronaldinho for the second year in succession, also claiming the highest point total ever, surpassing Rivaldo. He finished ahead of Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard and his Barcelona teammate Samuel Eto'o in the final round of voting.

Ronaldinho moved to Barcelona, Catalina club in Spain and wore the number 10 jersey. He was impressive from the first game and won the hearts of Barcelona club fans. Brazil is famous for footballers with skilful dribbling and freestyle talent. Ronaldinho proved he is Brazilian and amazed the world with many breathtaking goals. It is said that Ronaldinho single handedly lifted the trophy-less club to a stable football giant and introduced a new unique style of fooball to the world.










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