Cryptoquote Spoiler – 04/27/21

Quinton Fortune blames the rain for Ronaldinho's decision to choose Barca  over Man Utd

In our house, everyone has a job, and my job in our house is to play football.”   —   Ronaldinho

(Sounds like a typical lazy, macho dad!  Hey, I’m the bread winner here!  Fetch me my slippers!  And, bring me a beer!  LOL!  Considering he’s now a former football – soccer – player he probably should soften the rhetoric a bit.  This is the 21st Century, broheim!  And, the #MeToo-ers could take you down in a snap!  This is the first quote from the Brazilian superstar to be used in the Cryptoquote, so we welcome him to the Crytoquote Club today.  Now, I’m just waiting to hear from Wes!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Image courtesy of Google

PS.   If today is your birthday, and you have some musical talent, you should consider a career in music!  I counted eleven various singers celebrating their birthdays in Today’s Birthdays!  Gotta be a record!   —   YUR


2 Responses to “Cryptoquote Spoiler – 04/27/21”


  1. 1 Colltales April 27, 2021 at 8:27 pm

    And hear you will, Uncle. lol The quote says something about his ego but also about his gumption to play the game. He’s created one of the most entertaining brands of football – sorry, that one we call ‘American’ football -, spontaneous, mischievous, deadly all over the pitch. His was a tradition cut straight from the clownish geniality of Garrincha, a star in the 60s. There was something extra about Ronaldinho’s game, the way he could fool his opponents with a trick out of thin air making, like Garrincha, the bleaches laugh with pleasure in the process. I expected him to become an ambassador of the game, just like Beckham is now but much more fun, his toothy smile inspiring kids to become like him. But it wasn’t to be. Maybe he enjoyed too much partying, too many sycophants blowing hot air under his you-know-what. Bad advice, perhaps, immaturity, for certain, too much of this, not enough of that, I don’t know. Never mind the longevity of modern athletes, his career was shorter than even players now long gone. Very sad. Fortunately, the art of his football can be found online. Cheers

  2. 2 unclerave April 28, 2021 at 1:29 pm

    It sounds like he’s still living a good life though, Wes. — YUR


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