Mr Saturday Night

Ronaldinho defends his love of nightclubs

AC Milan star fights for his right to party


It’s no secret that tubby Brazilian likes to surround himself with disco lights, alcohol and ladies of ill repute, and his performances have suffered accordingly. Despite the strong correlation between wild nights out and rubbishness, the AC Milan star has told Italian daily La Stampa there is nothing wrong with his passion for evening entertainment:

“After work I like to have fun. And that’s what nightclubs are for – to hell with the moralists.”

The Brazilian whom Spaniards nickname ‘Gordinho’ (‘fatty fat fat chubber pieface’) also claimed that his last few months in Barcelona were “hell”, and that despite his thoroughly abnormal skills and lifestyle, he is in fact a “very normal” young man.


4 responses so far
  • Rob Parker // December 12, 2008 at 6:12 pm

    Not sure anyone objects to him clubbing on moral grounds – perhaps someone should point that out to him.

    Can’t blame him for losing some motivation given his bank balance but if he wants to be the best again something’s got to give. Can’t see it happening.

  • ryan // December 14, 2008 at 4:21 am

    dats not even ronaldinho their are stupid u can crearly tell dat aint him his face compare to the body dumb

  • Alfred // December 16, 2008 at 12:51 am

    If he had signed for Manchester back then. Today he would be a different man. Sir Alex would had put him on the right track and ensure that he pick up the good things only.

    That’s why Manchester United is the best club in the world – you get to realise your full potential till the last day in your career.

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