Ronaldinho speaks for the first time since his release from prison

first_imgWhen they told him that he was going to jail: “It was a hard blow, I never imagined that I would go through such a situation. All my life I have sought to reach the highest professional level and bring joy to people with my football.”I wanted to return to Brazil: “Our flight was scheduled for Saturday, March 7 at three in the morning because it was going to my son’s birthday. I don’t know about what happened next.”His life in prison: “All the people with whom I had the opportunity to share in the Association have received me with kindness; playing soccer, autographs, photos … is part of my life. I would have no reason to stop doing it, much more with people who they were having a difficult time, just like me. “The justice of Paraguay: “We hope that they can use and confirm everything that we bring to our position in the case and that we can get out of this situation as soon as possible.”The first thing you will do when you return: “The first thing will be to give a big kiss to my mother, who has been living through these difficult days since the start of the pandemic at home. Then we will have to absorb the impact that this situation has generated and move on.” For the first time since he was released from the Paraguayan prison, from the hotel where he is currently under house arrest, former soccer player Ronaldinho has spoken to the media, in this case with ABC Color, especially what happened in the last weeks. The Brazilian is confident that the matter will be settled soon.ABC Color ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>ABC Color cover from April 27, 2020.ABC Color Reason for the trip to Paraguay: “Everything we do is under contracts managed by my brother, who is my representative. We came to participate in the launch of an online casino as specified in the contract and for the launch of the book Craque da Vilda, organized by the company in Brazil that has the rights to exploit the book in Paraguay. “At which point they discovered that their documents were illegal: “We were totally surprised to learn that the documents were not legal. Since then, our intention has been to collaborate with the courts to clarify the fact as we have been doing it from the beginning. From that moment until today we have explained everything and facilitated everything that the justice has not requested. “last_img read more

Tender capsizes near Clarks Point

first_imgView of Nushagak Bay from the Dillingham boat harbor, facing Clark’s Point on the morning of July 25, 2018 (Photo by Austin Fast/KDLG)A commercial fishing vessel has capsized in the Nushagak Bay close to Dillingham.Listen nowThe United States Coast Guard received a report Wednesday morning that the F/V Pacific Knight capsized near Clark’s Point. The 58-foot long liner has been operating as a tender in Bristol Bay this summer.The good samaritan vessel Amanda C reportedly rescued two people from the water. A third person who went overboard is still missing. It is unknown whether this person was wearing a personal flotation device.A MH60 helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak is on scene searching for the missing person.last_img read more