EXTRA TIME: Okocha leads African stars' tribute to legendary Ronaldinho

The two-time world's best footballer drew the curtian on his illustrious career across Europe and South America

African legend Austin Okocha, Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha and Kevin-Prince Boateng have sent their heartfelt messages to Brazil and Barcelona legend Ronadinho who retired from football.

The 37-year-old who helped Brazil win the 2002 Fifa World Cup confirmed his retirement from professional football through his brother and agent, Roberto Assis on Tuesday.

And Okocha has taken his time-out to pay tribute to his former teammate at Paris Saint Germain while other African footballers appreciated the legendary no.10 player for his memories.


@ronaldinho Merci 🙏🏽⚽️❤️🇧🇷

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