Ronaldinho has pretty much won it all. He has a Ballon d'Or trophy to his name, the FIFA World Player of the Year trophy, a Champions League winners' medal, a World Cup winners' medal and a Copa Libertadores medal - but does the former FIFA World Player of the Year still have his phenomenal technical ability?
The answer is simply, yes.
Although Ronaldinho is not quite the player he used to be, he still has it.
When Ronaldinho went home to Brazil many imagined he was going home to finish his career, but since returning he has continued to play extremely well.
He initially moved to Flamengo but after a short stay in Rio de Janeiro he then moved on to Atletico Mineiro.
Ronaldinho has assisted his team to winning the South American equivalent of the Champions League (the Copa Libertadores).
His samba feet have always been captivating to watch but it doesn't appear he has lost too much of his ability.
His feet are still quick and his flamboyant play is still tricking defenders all over Brazil.
Since joining Mineiro, Ronaldinho has scored 14 goals but has also helped to develop emerging players in his side.
Although Bernard has now moved on to Shakhtar Donetsk, learning from Ronaldinho only helped Bernard to develop as a player.
Ronaldinho may not still have the pace he used to but his play is still influential and as you will see in the enthralling video above the majority of his ability is still present.
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