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Ex-Corinthians striker Ronaldo infected with Covid-19

Ex-Corinthians striker Ronaldo infected with Covid-19

Cruzeiro reported on Sunday that former striker Ronaldo, who now owns the club, has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. According to the miners, the phenomenon took the test in the morning and ended up unable to attend the team’s birthday party.

The current leader will have to isolate at his residence until he submits a negative test as evidence that he is no longer transmitting the virus, something that should happen within a week or two.

Ronaldo began his football career at Cruzeiro even before he reached adulthood and performed so well above average that he was part of Brazil’s squad at the 1994 World Cup, when he was 17 years old. After that, he toured the world until he returned to Timão, where he won Paulista and Copa do Brasil, in 2009.

The ace has been acting as a football manager for several years now. He bought 51% of the shares of Real Valladolid in 2018, to be entitled to be president of the club. In the case of Sociedade Anônimas de Futebol, the famous club company, the decisions are made by the holders of 50% + 1 of the shares. This is the case for Ronaldo in both Spain and Minas Gerais.

A business visionary since his playing days, Ronaldo already said in an interview, in 2019, Who dreamed of one day being the president of Corinthians. Meanwhile, he has already made an appointment at the club: His bust inaugurated in Parque São Jorge, which was approved in an online vote by the club’s token holders, which should take place as early as 2022.

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