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Ronaldinho Set To Leave Mexico And Play For African Minnow

Ronaldinho is set to leave Mexican side Queretaro.


Despite the considerable financial outlay by Queretaro for the acquisition of the Brazilian superstar last summer, Ronaldinho has never able to show his best performances while playing in Mexico and has had several arguments with the club over seemingly trivial issues.

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After failing to play his best football, Ronaldinho is now ready for a change of scene. The Brazilian star is set to agree terms on a move to go and play in Angola in June 2015 for Kabuscorp Club.

In Angola the league consists of 16 teams and ‘Dinho would go to the same club where Rivaldo played in 2012.

“It is getting close, we are finalising the details with Ronaldinho’s agent so he can come and play for our club in June” said Bento Kangamba, President of Kabuscorp.

Kabuscorp is an acronym for Kangamba Business Corporation, a company specialising in diamond exploration – hence how the tiny African side can afford his huge wages. It is a young team, having only been founded 21 years ago in 1994. They have won one league title (2013) and one domestic cup (2014).

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