Kakà is listed as one of the strongest football players of his generation: in 2007 he won the Ballon d’Or!
Lorenzo: Kakà? What a strange name?
S.: It’s a pseudonym of Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite Gama, he is a former Brazilian footballer, with the role of midfielder or striker.
L.: Where did he grow up?
S.: He grew up in San Paolo, with whom he won a Rio-San Paolo tournament and a Paulista Supercampionato.
L.: When did he move to Italy?
S.:In 2003 he moved to Milan, where in six seasons he won an Italian championship, two UEFA Super Cups, an Italian Super Cup, a Champions League and a Club World Cup.
L.: And then?
S.: From 2009 to 2013 he wore the Real Madrid shirt, winning a Spanish Cup, a Spanish League and a Spanish Super Cup. Later he returned first to Milan and then to San Paolo while from 2015 to 2017 he played in Orlando City.
With the Brazilian national team he participated in three World Cups (2002, 2006 and 2010), winning the 2002 one, and two FIFA Confederations Cups (2005 and 2009), winning both.
L. you konow everything, Salvatore!
S.: thank you, yes… football is my passion!