Titles Roberto Carlos
Former full-back Roberto Carlos played football professionally from 1990 to 2012, playing for eight teams, in addition to the Brazilian team, and winning several titles, which we will detail in this article. At União São João and Atlético Mineiro, Roberto Carlos played very few matches (not more than 40) and did not win titles for any of these clubs, but he worked enough for Palmeiras to show interest in counting on his football. In the first year for the club alviverde, despite being only 20 years old, he started that great team composed of names like César Sampaio, Edilson, Zinho, Edmundo, Evair, among others. Who won the Paulista Championship, Rio Cup and the Brazilian Championship in 1993. In the following year, managing to keep the squad, the team achieves the Bicamilhão Brasileiro and Paulista, being the 5th title of Roberto Carlos in just 4 years of career. With his performances for Palmeiras and the Brazilian team attracting attention from Europe, the player moved to Inter Milan in 1995. The player has a quick passage through the Italian team, conflicts with the coach and the fact that he does not feel that he is being well used outside his original position. He leaves Inter and moves to Real Madrid.In Spain, the athlete spends eleven years and wins all possible titles by the team from the capital. There were 4 La Ligas, 3 Champions Leagues, 3 Spanish Super Cups, 2 Intercontinental Cups and 1 European Super Cup. A true reign of Roberto Carlos in Spain, so much so that he is considered by Real fans to be the greatest side in his history. It was during these years of Real that the player won all possible titles with the "hopscotch". In 1997 he won the Copa America and the Confederations Cup, which made Brazil one of the favorites to win the 1998 World Cup, in which he reached the final being defeated by France. After that he won another Copa America in 1999 but that group of players were destined for something bigger. That arrived in 2002 after a 2-0 in Germany. Roberto also won a bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996 and is part of a very special group, together with Karembeu, Khedira and Varane as the only players to win a Champions League and Cup in the same year. After leaving Real Madrid for Fenerbahçe and retiring from the Brazilian team, Roberto would win just one more title in his career. In the first year at the Turkish club, the Brazilian won the Turkish Super Cup. After that the player played for Corinthians and Anzhi but had no achievement. He ended his career with 23 titles in 22 years. In addition, the player won several individual awards, for several of the clubs he passed. In Brazil he won three silver balls with the best left wing, two for Palmeiras and one for Corinthians. In 2010 the player won the biggest prizes as a left back working in Brazil: Silver ball, Craque do Brasileirão and Mesa Redonda Trophy. During the passage of Real Madrid, in 1997, Roberto Carlos was elected the second best player of the year by FIFA, behind only compatriot Ronaldo. In addition, in 2002 and 2003 he was part of the UEFA team, in addition to being voted the best defender in those two years. In the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, he was considered the best left back of the competition, winning second place also in 2002, at the Golden Ball organized by the French magazine France Football.