Five-time World Champion signs with Betwinner until Qatar Cup
The five-time world champion for the Brazilian team, Roberto Carlos signed a multimillion dollar contract with Betwinner to become the betting shop's ambassador until the Qatar Cup in 2022.
The former full-back who collected titles wherever he went, is now an ambassador for Real Madrid, a club he defended for 11 years, having the best years of his victorious career. With the hiring of the Brazilian ace, BetWinner takes a giant step in its global expansion plan.
As everyone knows, BetWinner is a relatively new betting house with origins in Russia. The house quickly became very popular in Europe, mainly because it has great odds and with tools that allow you to watch up to 4 games Live and in high definition. However, the house did not get as much entry into the countries of America and Asia, and it is with Roberto Carlos that they intend to do this.
The ex-lateral started his career in 1990 at União São João de Araras, a club in the interior of São Paulo, where he soon stood out and was summoned for the first time to the Brazilian Under-20 Team. In 1992, the player was taken on a tour of Europe with Atlético Mineiro, in which he played only 6 games.
The following year Palmeiras bought the Araras club side and, with the help of Parmalat, assembles a great team to end the 16-year untitled taboo. This team wins the second São Paulo championship and also the Brazilian's second. The side says goodbye to the club alviverde in 1995 leaving for Inter Milan.
Upon arrival, everyone knew of his advances in attack and a phenomenal left leg kick. However, English coach Roy Hodgson found it better to use him as a left rather than a lateral, which greatly hampered his performance. The 23-year-old Brazilian realized that his chances for the national team could be reduced by acting in that position, making the following year traded with Real Madrid, in an exchange remembered by Italian fans until today: Roberto Carlos and a sum of money by Iván Zamorano, who was 30 at the time.
At Real Madrid the Brazilian was part of the Galactic era, along with names like Zidane, Figo, Beckham, Raúl, Ronaldo, etc. Acting for 11 years, he added 527 games, making him the biggest foreigner to wear the Madrid shirt (besides the seventh position in general).
After being marked for fixing the midfielder during France's 2006 World Cup goal, the Brazilian stopped being called up for the national team, being the player who most wore the “hopscotch” behind Cafu.
In 2007 at the age of 34, Roberto Carlos does not have his contract renewed with Real Madrid and leaves for Fenerbahçe, from Turkey to sign a contract for 2 years.
At the end of his contract with the Turkish club, there was much speculation about the fate of the 36-year-old who forwarded his return to Brazilian football, precisely to the club's biggest rival that highlighted him on the European stage: Corinthians.
He remained at the club together with Real's former teammate Ronaldo until the beginning of 2011 until the club was eliminated early in the Libertadores, which forced the departure of the full-back and the retirement of the striker.
Roberto Carlos retired from Anzhi, Russia in 2012 at the age of 39. In that club he alternated moments as coach and player.
Roberto Carlos is undoubtedly one of the greatest players in the history of football, with a brilliant career and known throughout the world. A great hit from BetWinner power with a star of that level.