Printed: March 17, 2020 4:03:00 pm
Former River Plate striker and Ronaldinho’s pal Nelson Cuevas visited the Brazilian soccer legend who’s at the moment behind the bars for allegedly making an attempt to enter Paraguay with a pretend passport.
After assembly Ronaldinho, Cuevas confessed that the 39-year outdated is ‘unhappy’ due to the scenario he’s in and hoped that the previous Barcelona participant can get out quickly. Ronaldinho is in jail alongside brother Roberto de Assis.
Chatting with Argentinian publication Infobae, Cuevas mentioned: “He’s unhappy. Hopefully, he can get out quickly. He’s simply unhappy due to the scenario. His attorneys are dealing with the remainder. I hope he can get out of there quickly.”
Quiero dar una fuerza tremenda a este genio q marco historia en el fútbol mundial y decir q hay paraguayos que lo apoyamos con todo !!! pic.twitter.com/klSqovodVZ
— nelson cuevas (@pipinocuevas23) March 14, 2020
Ronaldinho chilling signing autographs and ingesting alcohol in a Paraguayan jail. 🍺🖋
Nonetheless do not know how one of the vital well-known males in Brazil thought he may get into Paraguay with a pretend Paraguayan passport. 🇧🇷🇵🇾 pic.twitter.com/QqfnXBYC8m
— Soccer Tweet (@Football__Tweet) March 11, 2020
— Barry Anderson (@BarryAnderson_) March 14, 2020
Ronaldinho is positioned in a specialised unit and Cuevas agreed that he was saved extra snug compared to the opposite inmates. “Compared to different penitentiaries, sure,” the previous Paraguay worldwide mentioned. “However it’s not what he’s used to. The place is massive and he was capable of play soccer too. He’s together with his brother in a room with two beds.”
On Saturday, Ronaldinho scored 5 objectives and arrange six extra as his aspect received 11-2, in response to Paraguayan information outlet Hoy.
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