Former Legendary Brazil football international player Ronaldo Nazario replies to Kaka’s statement that Brazilians saw him as “just another fat guy.” Kaka called Ronaldo “another overweight person wandering about.”
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Ronaldo Nazario, a Brazilian football veteran, has called for constant psychological help for Neymar and his colleagues. He also commented on Kaka’s statement on how the Brazilians regarded Ronaldo Nazario: “Ronaldo is just another fat guy roaming the street!”
Ronaldo Nazario’s Statement on Neymar and the Brazilian Team
Let’s hear what Ronaldo Nazario had to say about Neymar and the Brazilian squad that is now playing. Ronaldo made the statement after reading Neymar’s social media post about being “psychologically devastated” following the quarterfinal loss to Croatia. After reading the message, Ronaldo understood Neymar’s sentiments.
Ronaldo Nazario told Folha de S. Paulo, “That broke my heart, and I wanted to help him.” I hoped to assist him. “I am aware of Neymar’s position. It’s heavier on him. Feeling gloomy, depressed, and unwilling to play or make plans is typical. You’ll survive. This discontent will pass. “He’ll come back with fire and desire,” said Ronaldo.
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Ronaldo Talks About Psychological Support
Ronaldo said athletes should have access to psychological help at all times, not just during contests. The Brazilian media accused Coach Tite of prejudice for not bringing any psychologists to Qatar.
This treatment is not too brief, particularly for the competition. Ronaldo Nazario stated that this monitoring should be a part of every athlete’s life, adding that he would encourage other athletes. Ronaldo Nazario says he’s been in counseling for three years. “Therefore, I suggest you have a psychologist who can explain facts and help you. No month-long football psychologist. How much will that matter?”
Let’s hear what Kaka said. Kaka claimed it was “strange” because many Brazilians don’t support Brazil. Kaka said, “That’s unusual.” “Occasionally. You’d assume Ronaldo was wearing something different if you saw him here. In Brazil, he’s just an overweight older man walking about. Gary Neville and John Terry laughed at the remark.
“He needs to learn how to speak English well. He was talking about how accepted, and successful Brazilians are in other countries. He said that some countries might appreciate our cultural heritage more than Brazil.” Ronaldo said, “There, I had the sensation he was lost while attempting to connect,” referring to the individual in question.
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