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Former Brazil striker Ronaldo 'hospitalised with pneumonia in Spain'

Bangkok Post Sunday, 12 August 2018
MADRID - Retired Brazilian striker Ronaldo has been hospitalised with pneumonia on the Spanish holiday island of Ibiza and is recovering well, a local newspaper reported Sunday.
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Former Brazil striker Ronaldo is in intensive care with pneumonia in Ibiza, according to Spanish reports. The 41-year-old, who retired in 2011, was taken to the island's Can Misses hospital and diagnosed with pneumonia, according to newspaper Diario De Ibiza.

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