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Brazil legend Ronaldinho to come out of retirement for tragedy-struck football club

DNA Friday, 2 December 2016
Legendary Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho is reportedly considering coming out of retirement to play for Chapecoense Real football club.

Chapecoense lost their 19 players, plus club staff in the plane crash in Colombia which claimed the lives of 71 people.

The squad was on their way to play the first round of the Copa...
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The coffins of the Chapecoense football club players who were killed in a plane crash in Colombia arrived back home on December 3. Brazil's President Michel Temer met the coffins at the Chapeco airport. 71 of the 77 people on board the plane died in the crash, including 19 players from the...

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