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Ronaldinho: 2010 a dream

2009-12-27 17:01
2010 SWC a "dream" (File)

Sao Paulo - Ronaldinho says it would be a dream to play in another Soccer World Cup and believes he will make Brazil's squad for next year's tournament in South Africa.

Ronaldinho says he wants to return to the national team to help give the Brazilian people another World Cup title.

The AC Milan playmaker told Globo TV on Sunday that he believes a good performance with the Italian club from now until the World Cup begins in June will be key for him to have a chance of playing in football's biggest showcase for the third straight time.

Ronaldinho had a disappointing performance in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, when Brazil were eliminated by France in the quarter-finals.

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