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RONALDO LUÍS NAZÁRIO DA LIMA

RONALDO

RONALDO LUÍS NAZÁRIO DA LIMA
Date of birth
22/09/1976
Original of
Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil)

Seasons at the club
1996 - 1997
Line up
Striker
Scorer of FC Barcelona's winning goal in the final of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1996-97. Nicknamed "The Phenomenon", unfortunately Barça fans were only able to enjoy watching him for one unforgettable season, the best season of his career, then his agents pushed him to sign for Inter. His goal in Compostela (12/10/1996) is considered one of the best in the Barça's history. He was hampered by injuries throughout his career. In one season he played both futsal (Social Ramos Club) and 11-a-side football (Sao Cristovao).

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2SEASONS 49Oficial matches 4245Minutes played 47Goals 5Yellow cards 0Red cards
1996-97 49 4245 47 5 0
2020-21 17 1080 0 0 0

CAREER RONALDO At FC Barcelona

49
matches
played
Titles and individual awards
Copa del Rey
1
Copa del Rey
Ballon d'Or 1997, 2002, Silver 1996 and Bronze 1998; FIFA World Player 1996, 1997, 2002, second 1998 and third 2003; European Golden Boot 1996-97 and Silver 1994-95; Ballon d'Or Mundial 1998 and Silver 2002, Golden Boot Mundial 2002 and Bronze 2006; Bravo trophy 1997, 1998; Golden Foot (Best Player award for over 29 years) 2006; Top scorer Libertadores cup 1993-94, UEFA Best Player of the Year 1997-98; UEFA Best Striker of the Year 1997-98; America's Cup Best Player 1997; Top scorer America Cup 1999; Intercontinental Cup's Best Player 2002; Included in the FIFA's 100 list; Best team Mundial 1998, 2002; UEFA Team of the Year 2002; Top scorer Mineiro Championship 1993-94, Top scorer dutch league 1994-95; Pichichi trophy 1996-97 and 2003-04 and second 2002-03; LA Liga's Best Foreign Player (Don Balón) 1996-97; La Liga's Best Iberoamerican player (EFE) 1996-97, 2002-03; Best Player of the Italian league 1997-98, Best player of the Paulista Championship 1999, Marca Leyenda trophy 2011

CAREER
  • Valqueire (1988-1989)
  • Social Ramos Club (1989-1991)
  • Sao Cristovao (1990-1992)
  • Cruzeiro U19 (1992-1993)
  • Cruzeiro (1993-1994)
  • PSV Eindhoven (1994-1996)
  • FC Barcelona (1996-1997)
  • Inter Milà (1997-2002) Real Madrid (2002-2007)
  • Milan (2007-2008)
  • Cgoldinthians (2008-2011)
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS
  • Wgoldld cup 1994 (champion), 1998 (Subchampion), 2002 (champion), 2006
  • Olympic Games 1996 (bronze), Confederations Cup 1997 (champion), Copa Amèrica 1995 (Subchampion), 1997 (champion), 1999 (champion)
Played with RONALDO
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