This is the hotel where Ronaldinho carries out his house arrest

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first_imgThe arrest forces them to be in separate rooms. Dinho, according to local media, would occupy the presidential suite, whose usual price is 409 euros per night with breakfast included. This room is 62 m2 and has two rooms. It has its own living room and a sleeping area where you can enjoy a king size bed. The Brazilian has his own meeting table, a private balcony and a small kitchen inside the room as well as a 55-inch Smart TV and a bathroom with a hydromassage and shower. In addition, you can go to the other services that the hotel will make available to you, such as a terrace with a swimming pool, a restaurant or a gym, although both will be guarded throughout the day. Palmaroga Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto left the Agrupación Especializada de Asunción after paying the $ 1.6 million bond that was imposed on them for trying to enter the country with two forged Paraguayan passports. Now they will both meet House arrest in one of the best hotels in the capital of the South American country.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Ronaldinho and Roberto are the only guests of the Palmaroga hotel, located in the center of Asunción. Both occupy two of the best rooms in the building that has a gym, swimming pool and other first-rate services. Agencies / Palmaroga / Google Maps At this time, the hotel does not allow reservations until May, so no one will be able to share confinement with the 2005 Ballon d’Or in the remainder of the month.last_img read more


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first_img 13. West Ham United’s record Premier League home attendance is 35,550 v Manchester City on 21 September 2002 – This figure will be smashed at West Ham’s new home. 22 22 22 4. Newcastle United’s record Premier League home attendance is 52,389 v Manchester City on 6 May 2012 – St James’ Park currently has a total capacity of 52,338. 8. Chelsea’s record Premier League home attendance is 43,417 v West Bromwich Albion on 26 December 2008 – The Blues plan to complete rebuild Stamford Bridge as a 60,000 capacity stadium. 22 16. Sheffield United’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,604 v Wigan on 13 May 2007 – Sadly for Blades fans who turned up in numbers in May 2007, they saw their team’s relegation confirmed against Wigan. 6. Aston Villa’s record Premier League home attendance is 45,347 v Liverpool on 7 May 1994 – Villa achieved this Premier League high attendance at the last game featuring the old Holte End terrace, which held around 19,000 standing spectators in its final season. 1. Manchester United’s record Premier League home attendance is 76,098 v Blackburn Rovers on 31 March 2007 – Old Trafford’s capacity is currently 75,635. Liverpool’s Anfield capacity will be increased to 54,000 for the new Premier League season 7. Liverpool’s record Premier League home attendance is 45,071 v Manchester City on 27 November 2011 – The Reds will cruise past this Premier League high attendance on a regular basis this coming season, as Anfield takes on a new look. 17. Leicester City’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,242 v Sunderland on 8 August 2015 – When the Foxes kicked off the 2015/16 season with a record home Premier League crowd at the KP Stadium, little did they know what was around the corner! 12. Tottenham Hotspur’s record Premier League home attendance is 36,763 v Sunderland on 19 May 2013 – Spurs won’t threaten this record in their final season at White Hart Lane, with capacity reduced to little more than 32,000. 14. Middlesbrough’s record Premier League home attendance is 34,836 v Norwich City on 28 December 2004 – This summer has seen an extensive overhaul of the Riverside to prepare it for the Premier League and its maximum capacit will be 33,746 – down from 34,733 last season in the Championship. 22 20. Crystal Palace’s record Premier League home attendance is 30,115 v Manchester United on 21 April 1993. Find out which clubs can boast the highest Premier League attendances, by clicking the arrow above, right! – Back then, Selhurst Park’s Holmesdale Road end was still a large standing terrace. The conversion to an all-seater stadium reduced the capacity of Palace’s home ground, which is currently just over 26,000. 22 22 West Ham’s new Olympic Stadium will have a Premier League capacity of 60,000 22 19. Blackburn Rovers’ record Premier League home attendance is 30,895 v Liverpool on 24 February 1996 – This Ewood Park crowd came when Rovers were reigning Premier League champions. 18. Southampton’s record Premier League home attendance is 32,151 v Arsenal on 29 December 2003 – Saints used to play Premier League football at the cramped Dell ground, which had an all-seated capacity of just over 15,000 when it closed in 2001. The club’s St Mary’s stadium meant they could raise their attendance record, which was set against Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’. 22 22 22 22 10. Leeds United’s record Premier League home attendance is 40,287 v Newcastle United on 22 December 2001 – Elland Road’s capacity has been reduced slightly, to just under 40,000. 22 22 22 22 5. Sunderland’s record Premier League home attendance is 48,355 v Liverpool on 13 April 2002 – The Stadium of Light boasts a capacity of 49,000. 22 22 22 The opening of West Ham’s new stadium and the completion of Liverpool’s new main stand will see attendance records tumble for both clubs.Meanwhile, Tottenham’s White Hart Lane stadium will be reduced in capacity for the club’s final campaign at the historic old ground, as they continue building work on a new stadium next door.The Premier League is witnessing a leap forward in stadium capacities, which got us thinking about the record attendances, by club, in the modern era (post-1992/93 season).Find out the top 20 record Premier League attendances, by club, in the gallery above. 11. Sheffield Wednesday’s record Premier League home attendance is 39,640 v Manchester United on 2 February 2000 – Hillsborough’s capacity remains close to 40,000. 22 3. Manchester City’s record Premier League home attendance is 54,693 v Leicester City on 6 February 2016 – City are aiming to increase the Etihad Stadium’s capacity to 60,000. 9. Everton’s record Premier League home attendance is 40,552 v Liverpool on 11 December 2004 – Goodison Park’s capacity is now 39,572. 22 2. Arsenal’s record Premier League home attendance is 60,161 v Manchester United on 3 November 2007 – The Gunners currently boast the second largest club stadium in England. 22 15. Derby County’s record Premier League home attendance is 33,378 v Liverpool on 18 March 2000 – Derby’s old Baseball Ground had a capacity of just over 18,000 all-seated when it closed in 1997, and the club’s Pride Park stadium witnessed a record Premier League crowd three years later. last_img read more