Ronaldinho in Brazil squad
Ronaldinho and goalkeeper Julio Cesar have returned to Brazil's national team for next month's exhibition game at England, but Kaka was left off.
Luiz Felipe Scolari announced his roster Tuesday, his first since being rehired as Brazil coach. The former Chelsea manager coached Brazil to its fifth World Cup in 2002.
Ronaldinho, a 32-year-old forward who plays for Brazil's Atletico Mineiro after a successful career in Europe, scored in a long free kick that beat England goalkeeper David Seaman as Brazil won their 2002 World Cup quarterfinal.
The roster for the Feb. 6 game includes several newcomers, including Bayern Munich defender Dante, Atletico Madrid defender Miranda and Lazio midfielder Hernanes.
Goalkeepers: Diego Alves (Valencia, Spain), Julio Cesar (Queens Park Rangers, England)
Defenders: Adriano (Barcelona, Spain), Dante (Bayern Munich, Germany), Daniel Alves (Barcelona, Spain), David Luiz (Chelsea, England), Felipe Luis (Atletico Madrid, Spain), Leandro Castan (Roma, Italy), Miranda (Atletico Madrid, Spain)
Midfielders: Arouca (Santos), Hernanes (Lazio, Italy), Lucas (Paris Saint-Germain, France), Oscar (Chelsea, England), Paulinho (Corinthians), Ramires (Chelsea, England)
Forwards: Fred (Fluminense), Hulk (Zenit St. Petersburg, Russia), Luiz Fabiano (Sao Paulo), Neymar (Santos), Ronaldinho (Atletico Mineiro)