They represented the player’s core values: life, family, and “That was great to be part of -- to then be involved with the small details, and how they came to life,” he remembers. I just look at it and love it.” The sentiment might ring hollow, but we always have to consider the source.
“I can see myself in some of these creations, as well …” “Family, joy. The same immutability that makes Ronaldinho such a singular star makes it easier to believe a message from someone who, staring at his old boots, seems lost in his past.
Both Priscilla and Beatriz are from Belo Horizonte, the city where the footballer played with Atletico Mineiro, leading the club to its first Copa Libertadores title in 2012.
-- For the first time, we didn’t need the translator. Ronaldinho, speaking Portuguese, was a language removed for nearly 40 minutes.
Ronaldo was linked to a number of women after that, but in the last year it became apparent that 22-year-old Spaniard Georgina Rodriguez is officially the Portugal captain's partner.
Her attendance at a number of awards ceremonies, such as The Best FIFA Football Awards, helped to cement that view and she has since become a prominent part of Ronaldo's family, very much as a mother to his children.
The two women have been living “harmoniously” with the former Barcelona star since December at his £5million Rio de Janeiro mansion.
claims the two have been together for over a month and Cordero has since moved to Madrid to strengthen their relationship.
The Brazilian will tie the knot in August with his pair of “fiancees”, Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.
Ronaldinho asked both their hands in marriage in January last year and gave both engagement rings, Brazilian columnist Leo Dias said.
From the tongue-heavy classics to the new, modernist Tiempo 7s, the line is so synonymous with Ronaldinho’s persona that the crossbar version was relaunched two years ago, on 10th anniversary of the video.
“It’s a very important boot because of the details of its creation but also the moments I lived in it,” he says. “ As he gazes, it’s said he looks at his shoes the same way a child connects with a favorite toy.