Roberto Carlos Life Story

Roberto Carlos
Roberto Carlos

Roberto Carlos (born in Garça, São Paulo, Brazil, 10 April 1973; age 38 years) is a Brazilian footballer. He plays as a left wing-back. He currently plays for Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia. He never played for Brazil national team. Roberto is known as a player who has a hard kick.


Roberto Carlos played for União São João, Palmeiras, Internazionale, Real Madrid, Fenerbahce, and Corinthians, before currently playing for Anzhi Makhachkala.


Roberto, unlike other Brazilian players who eventually world-class super star, rather than early bloomer. Actually, he just got his first professional contract in 1993, when he was 20 years old, when the Brazilian club Palmeiras signed him from his youth club, União São João.

Although a bit late stage debut in professional football, he made an immediate impact at Palmeiras and he played the most games in two seasons with the club, scoring five times in his 68 appearances. As Brazil a lot of talent who rose from the crowd in the local championship, Roberto attracted the attention of big European clubs and in 1995, Internazionale Milano offers a deal of his life.

Internazionale Milano

Time with Inter 1995 - 1996, although short (he only played one season with klup Italy), because he felt the force of the European championship and the Italian Serie A to be one of the most defensive in the World. In the season 1995 - 1996 he was called to the Brazil national team and managed to get a bronze medal in the Olympic summer of 1996. Unfortunately, the ability and potential can not be disclosed due to more sedentary dibangku reserves.

Real Madrid CF

Summer of 1996, the official signing him to Los Blancos Santiago Bernabeu. His career immediately shot with El Real. He became a Real Madrid left-back is hard to beat so far. In Real, Carlos played for 11 seasons and collecting 47 goals in 370 league matches. Total he played at Real Madrid in 584 matches and scored 71 goals in all levels of competition, an impressive tally considering the fact that he played at left back. He gave assists to Zinedine Zidane created the winning goal sehinggal difinal Real Madrid. Los Blancos' 2-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen and deliver the Los Blancos as a champion of the Champions League 2001-2002. Showed consistently high standard and dynamic in play, Carlos was selected in the UEFA Team of the Year 2002 and 2003. Dated August 2, 2005, he officially has dual nationality Brazil and Spain. This proved important for Real Madrid Carlos, meaning he is now counted as an EU player. January 2006, he set records at Real Madrid as a non-Spanish players playing for the most klup with 330 matches. Carlos broke the previous record held by Alfredo Di Stefano with a 329 game. '


Roberto Carlos has played 125 times for the Brazilian national team, and has scored 11 goals. He also played for Brazil in the third edition of the FIFA World Cup, namely: 1998, 2002, and 2006.

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