Roberto Carlos retires to become Anzhi’s director

Thursday, 2 August 2012, 6:19 | Soccer, SPORTS, Yahoo | 0 Comment | Read 921 Times

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Former Brazil and Real Madrid fullback Roberto Carlos, famous for his booming free kick, has officially ended his playing career, the Anzhi Makhachkala player said on Wednesday. The 2002 World Cup winner, who joined the wealthy Russian Premier League club in February 2011, has not played since being taken off the team’s squad in March. “Roberto had been a world class player, but unfortunately he doesn’t play any more,” said former Russia boss Guus Hiddink, who was appointed Anzhi coach in February. …
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