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18 Of The Best Ray Hudson Calls Brought To Life

Ray Hudson's Best Calls

18. “GAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!

17. “Showing him this much space is like handing the keys to the blood bank to Dracula.”

 

16. “Defenders try to follow him on Facebook and he comes out on Twitter, that’s how evasive he is.”

 

15. “As electrifying as a hairdryer thrown into a hot tub, my friend.”

14. “He could shave a mouse in his sleep and not disturb her.”

 

15 Years Ago, Ronaldinho Received A Bernabéu Ovation, A Feat Few Barça Players Ever Achieve

The Ronaldinho standing ovation from Real Madrid fans in 2005 is sometimes considered one of the greatest moments in the sport’s history. On Nov. 19, 2005, the Brazilian star put on a Clásico performance so enthralling that it still raises goosebumps 15 years later.

Entering Matchday 12, Barcelona sat second in the league table with Real Madrid trailing one point behind. Osasuna was enjoying a short spell on top of LaLiga.

The Most Stunning Soccer Player Mugshots

We all make mistakes — some more so than others... Most of our mistakes are something our buddies never let us live down, but some of us have our mistakes immortalized in the form of a mugshot. Here are some of the best mugshots we could find.

Keep in mind, there have been plenty more players arrested and for worse charges. There have also been players that have flown under the radar and escaped arrest . . . either way, these are the best.

Abby Wambach 

Ronaldinho To Be Released After Four-Month House Arrest Inside Paraguayan Hotel

Former World Cup winner Ronaldinho moved a step closer to ending his Paraguayan ordeal on Friday when prosecutors said they would not oppose a "conditional suspension" of the case that would allow him to return to Brazil.

The twice World Player of the Year was arrested on March 6 along with his brother and business manager Roberto Assis after they tried to enter Paraguay with adulterated Paraguayan passports.

Ronaldinho, Brother Post $1.6M Bail To Trade Jail For 4-Star Hotel

ASUNCION — Brazilian World Cup winner Ronaldinho Gaucho will be released from jail into house arrest in Paraguay on Tuesday after he and his brother paid $1.6 million in bail, the judge in his case said.

The former Barcelona, Paris St Germain and AC Milan midfielder, who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, was arrested on March 6 with his brother and business manager Roberto Assis.

They were accused of possessing adulterated Paraguayan passports. The brothers' lawyer has called their detention "arbitrary, abusive and illegal."

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