Paulo Roberto Falcão

Falcão was born in Abelardo Luz, Brazil on Oct. 16, 1953. As a professional football player of Brazil, he was known for elegant style, creativity and personal ability. Played as a midfielder, he was widely regarded as one of the greatest footballer of his generation, making great contributions to his team.

Affected by his father – a professional footballer having capped for the Colombia national football team seven times, Falcão showed interests in football despite rejection from his farther. He transferred to a football academies for better learning of football. At the age of 15, he was brought to the River Plate, practicing and preparing for major games.

Played as a professional midfielder of the national football team, Falcão represented Brazil at numerous football competitions. After took off Brazil football shirt, he became the coach of Brazil national football team from 1990 to 1991. In 2004, he was list into the 125 Greatest Living Footballers by Pelé for great contributions and great success in football field.

Roberto Carlos

Roberto Carlos was born in Garça, São Paulo, Brazil on Apr. 10, 1973. He was widely considered as one of the greatest footballers of his generation. For obvious powerful shot and raw talent when he was young, he joined the Uniao Sao Joao in hometown. Known for speed, bending free kicks, stamina, rich experience and crossing ability, he was awarded the name of “The Bullet Man”. In 1992, he started playing career in Brazil national football team, beginning the journey fight for Brazil squad in Brazil football shirt.

Roberto Carlos played for the Brazil national football team for 125 times, winning 11 goals. In 1997, he was listed on the second place of the FIFA World Player of the Year. And in 2004, he became a member of the FIFA 100 for outstanding performance on football fields as the best left backs in history. Having participated in many international competitions on behalf of Brazil, he won respects of Brazilian football fans for amazing performance on football fields and arduous efforts he had paid.