Ronaldinho says he joined Queretaro for 'titles and girls'

Brooks Peck
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(Photo by Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty Images)


(Photo by Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty Images)

Ronaldinho was unveiled as a Queretaro player on Friday and though the move was a surprising one, his intentions are right in line with his reputation. The decorated party machine was very blunt about his aims at his first press conference.

Said the two-time FIFA World Player of the Year (via Mundo Deportivo):

"I've always lived in the same way and with every team I've been a champion. I hope to keep doing the same and continue winning titles and girls."

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At 34 years old, it seems Ronaldinho has decided to be upfront about the lifestyle that has prompted many clubs and critics to question his commitment to the game. But when there are pictures of you posing like this (NSFW) floating around, it's difficult to claim a monkish existence.

It's difficult to say how much of an impact he will have in Liga MX, but thirty years from now Ronaldinho is going to be that old guy in the night club that everyone tries not to make eye contact with.

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