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Milan’s Ronaldinho back on Brazil roster
Ronaldinho, a midfielder and forward for AC Milan, was left off the World Cup roster and hasn’t played for Brazil since a World Cup qualifier against Peru in April 2009. He was voted FIFA player of the year in 2004 and 2005.
Neymar scored against the United States in August in his international debut, then was dropped for exhibitions against Iran and the Ukraine this month after Santos suspended the 18-year-old for offending his teammates and coach.
Goalkeepers: Jefferson (Botafogo), Neto (Atletico Paranaense), Victor (Gremio)
Defenders: Adriano Correa (Barcelona, Spain), Alex (Chelsea, England), Andre Santos (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Daniel Alves (Barcelona, Spain), David Luiz (Benfica, Portugal), Rafael da Silva (Manchester United, England), Rever (Atletico Mineiro), Thiago Silva (AC Milan, Italy)
Midfielders: Douglas (Gremio), Elias (Corinthians), Jucilei (Corinthians), Lucas Leiva (Liverpool, England), Philippe Coutinho (Inter Milan, Italy), Ramires (Chelsea, England), Ronaldinho (AC Milan, Italy), Sandro (Tottenham, England)
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