Roberto Carlos , Brazil’s former World Cup-winning left back, joined Russian soccer club Anzhi Makhachkala after leaving Corinthians by mutual consent.
Billionaire Suleiman Kerimov’s Anzhi Makhachkala soccer club named Brazil’s former World Cup- winning defender Roberto Carlos as its coach.
Brazil’s economic boom and strengthening currency are luring hundreds of globe-trotting soccer players home.
SC Corinthians Paulista, Brazil’s biggest soccer club by revenue, made a 40 million-euro ($56 million) bid for Carlos Tevez as it seeks to beat the trade deadline to sign the Manchester City striker.
Stephen Keshi, the coach of the Nigerian Super Eagles national soccer team, said South Africa is among countries that have approached him about a coaching their national team after the World Cup in Brazil ends next month.
Samuel Eto’o, the record four-time African Player of the Year, said he’s embarking on a “crazy adventure” as the latest high-profile signing by Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov’s soccer club.
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"Brazil nowadays is very different from the '90s, when I left for Europe."
- Roberto Carlos on Dec 03, 2010