New Delhi: He may not be as good as he used to be at football but once a star Ronaldinho how to celebrate his birthday. It was his 34th birthday on Friday. The man who courted controversy in the Brazilian off-season when an image of him standing in front of a harem of bikini-clad girls went viral, marked the occasion like only he knows how.But images of him partying it up three months out from a World Cup on home soil that could have been the crowning moment for one of the game's magicians don't make for a happy picture. This could have and should have been his time.There was to be no 34th birthday present forthcoming from the brains trust behind the Brazilian national team though. No gift-wrapped olive branch or second or third chance. In fact, Luis Felipe Scolari's assistant Carlos Alberto Parreira pooped the party by picking this weekend as the opportune time to confirm that Ronaldinho will definitely not be part of their drive for glory. He 'lacked dedication and consistency' in his national team career, said Parreira, unlikely to be invited to the 35th shindig you'd have to imagine.