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Kaká's football career started at age eight, when he began playing for local clubs. At that time, he also played tennis, and it was not until he moved to São Paulo FC and signed his first professional contract with the club at the age of fifteen that he chose to focus on football.

In 2003 he joined Milan for a fee of € 8.5 million. While in Milan, Kaka won the Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2007. After success with Milan, Kaka to join Real Madrid in the world transfer record £ 56 million, smashing the previous record of Zidane, 49 million pounds.

Kaká record later broken by Cristiano Ronaldo when he joined Real Madrid for a fee of £ 80 million. In addition to contributions in the field, Kaká is known for humanitarian work. In 2004, at the time of his appointment, he became the youngest ambassador of the bProgram

Personal information
Full name : Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite
Date of birth : 22 April 1982 (age 29)
Place of birth : Brasília, Brazil
Height : 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position : Attacking midfielder

Club information
Current club : Real Madrid
Number : 8

Sao Paulo

Early Life
Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite was born in Brasilia to Bosco Izecson Pereira Leite (a civil engineer) and Simone dos Santos (an elementary school teacher). He has a financially secure education which allows him to focus on school and football at the same time his younger brother Rodrigo (best known as Digão) and his cousin Eduardo Delani also a professional player.

When he was seven years old, the family moved to São Paulo Kaká. his school had arranged him in a local youth club called "Alphaville," who qualified for the finals in the tournament he was discovered by the local town club. São Paulo FC, ​​who offered an assignment.

At the age of 18, Kaká suffered a broken bone-inducing paralysis and possibly career-threatening spinal cord as a result of a swimming pool accident.

The steady-European interest in Kaká culminated in his signing with Italian club AC Milan in 2003 for a fee of € 8.5 million, described in Retrospect as "peanuts" by club owner Silvio Berlusconi. Despite Milan losing the 2004-05 Champions League final to Liverpool on Penalties, Kaká was still voted the best midfielder of the tournament.

2005-06 saw Kaká score his first hat-tricks in domestic competition. The following season, he scored his first Champions League hat-trick in a 4-1 group stage win over the Belgian side Anderlecht. Andriy Shevchenko's departure to Chelsea for the 2006-07 season allowed Kaká to Become the focal point of Milan's offense as he alternated the between the midfield and striker positions. He finished as the top scorer in the 2006-07 Champions League campaign with ten goals.

Kaká in Moscow
Kaká added the Champions League title to his trophy case for the first time Milan Defeated Liverpool on 23 May 2007. On 30 August, Kaká was named by UEFA as Both the top forward of the 2006-07 Champions League season and UEFA Club Footballer of the Year. He played his 200th career match with Milan in a 1-1 home draw with Catania on 30 September, and on 5 October, he was named the 2006-07 FIFPro World Player of the Year. On 2 December 2007, Milan's Kaká Became the eighth player to win the Ballon d'Or, as he finished with a decisive 444 votes, long ahead of runner-up Cristiano Ronaldo. He signed a contract extension through 2013 with Milan on 29 February 2008.

Milan director Umberto Gandini Milan replied That would only discuss the matter if Kaká and Manchester City Agreed to personal terms. Kaká initially responded by telling Reporters he wanted to "grow old" at Milan and Dreamed of captaining the club one day, but later said, "If Milan want to sell me, I'll sit down and talk. " On 19 January, Silvio Berlusconi That Manchester City Announced Officially Had Their bid ended after a discussion the between the clubs, And that would Remain with Milan's Kaká.

Real Madrid
On 3 June 2009, Football Italia reported That Newly-elected Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez Had Offered Milan a € 68.5 million deal for Kaká, two days after the player Had left for international duty with Brazil. "We had lunch and spoke about Kaká.  "We can not allow to lose € 70 million The Reasons behind Kaká's departure would be economic." On 8 June, Milan and Real Madrid confirmed Kaká has moved to the Bernabéu on a six-year deal.

Kaká made his unofficial debut on 7 August 2009, in a 5-1 friendly victory against Toronto FC. He scored his first goal for Madrid During a pre-season match on 19 August 2009, in a 5-0 victory against Borussia Dortmund. Later Kaká made his league debut on 29 August 2009 in a 3-2 win against b He scored his first goal, a penalty kick, on 23 September, in a 2-0 against b. Kaká returned to training after a long lay-offs and manager Jose Mourinho said That having Kaká back was like a new signing. After returning from injury, he Appeared in a convincing win over Valencia, scoring two goals.

On 27 September, Kaká experienced one of his best matches as a Real Madrid player During a 3-0 victory over Ajax in the Champions League, as he scored one goal, provided one assists and participated in one of the best team build-ups of The Matchday: a counterattacking move involving Özil, Ronaldo and Benzema.

International Career
Kaká was Called up for the 2001 FIFA World Youth Championship, but the Brazilians crashed out to Ghana in the quarter-finals. Several months later, he made his debut for the senior Brazil squad in a friendly match against Bolivia on 31 January 2002. In 2003, Kaká was the captain for the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament, where Brazil, competing with Their under-23 team, finished as runner-up to Mexico. He scored three goals During the tournament. He was included in Brazil's squad for 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup in Germany. He Appeared in all five matches and scored one goal in a 4-1 win over Argentina in the final.

Kaká started in his first FIFA World Cup finals in 2006 and scored his first and only goal of the tournament in Brazil's 1-0 victory over Croatia in Brazil's opener, for the which he was named Man of the Match.  On 12 May 2007, citing an exhaustive schedule of Serie A, Champions League and national team play, Kaká bowed out of the 2007 Copa América, the which Brazil won. After missing out on the Copa América, he returned to play in Brazil's friendly match against Algeria on 22 August 2007.

Kaká participated in the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, marking his first international tournament since the 2006 World Cup. In the 2010 FIFA World Cup, During the 20 June match against Côte d'Ivoire, Kaká received a red card after receiving two yellow cards Kaká ended the tournament with three assists in total, and Brazil eventually ended up losing 2 - 1 to the Netherlands.

   Personal lifeKaká with his wife Caroline

Kaká was married to his girlfriend Caroline Celico on December 23, 2005 in a Rebirth in Christ Church in São Paulo with their first child, Luca Celico Leite, born in São Paulo on June 10, 2008. On December 8, 2010, Kaká announced Celico was pregnant with their second child, daughter He was born late at night on April 23, 2011 and named Isabella ..

Kaká was sworn in as Italian citizen on February 12, 2007. He features prominently in Adidas advertising and also has a modeling contract with Armani, the latter prevented him from appearing in your photo collection with his Milan team was published by Dolce & Gabbana in early 2007. Rai, Brazil São Paulo FC and former captain, football has always been a role model of Kaká.

Kaká's best friend is fellow Brazilian Marcelo Saragosa, who plays as a midfielder for FC team in Azerbaijan Absheron. Kaká is a follower of the Rebirth in Christ Church evangelical and devout evangelical Christian. During the postmatch celebration following Brazil's 4-1 win over Argentina in the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup final, he and several. teammates wearing a t-shirt that reads "Jesus Loves You" in different languages.

Despite sharing a common goal, Kaká is currently not an official member of the organization Atletas de Cristo ("Athletes of Christ") In celebration of a goal. He usually pointed to the sky as a sign of gratitude to God. Kaká favorite music is gospel, and his favorite book is the Bible. Since November 2004, he served as an Ambassador Against Hunger for the UN World Food Program, the youngest to do so at the time of his appointment.

In August 2010, EA Sports announced that Kaká has been chosen for the cover of FIFA 11. Kaká has a musical side to himself when he performed the song with his wife, Caroline, on her debut album. Song, entitled Presente de Deus, written by Kaká himself for his wife and echoed in the church for their wedding in 2005.

The nickname is pronounced as spelled, with emphasis on second syllable (About this sound pronunciation (help info ·), and is a general term of affection "Ricardo" in Brazil. In Kaká's case, it was created by Digão his sister called him "Caca" because of his inability to pronounce "Ricardo" when they were young;. Eventually evolved into Kaká.



São Paulo
    Torneio Rio-São Paulo : 2001
    Supercampeonato Paulista : 2002
    Copa São Paulo de Juniores : 2000

    Serie A : 2003–04
    Supercoppa Italiana : 2004
    UEFA Champions League : 2006–07
    UEFA Super Cup : 2003, 2007
    FIFA Club World Cup : 2007

Real Madrid
    Copa del Rey : 2010–11

    FIFA World Cup: 2002
    FIFA Confederations Cup: 2005, 2009

    Revista Placar Bola de Ouro : 2002
    Campeonato Brasileiro Bola de Prata (best player by position) : 2002
    CONCACAF Gold Cup Best XI : 2003
    Serie A Foreign Footballer of the Year : 2004, 2006, 2007
    Serie A Footballer of the Year : 2004, 2007
    UEFA Champions League Bronze Top scorer : 2005–06
    UEFA Champions League Best Midfielder : 2005
    UEFA Team of the Year : 2006, 2007,2009
    FIFPro World X I: 2006, 2007, 2008
    Pallone d'Argento : 2006–07
    UEFA Champions League Top Scorer : 2006–07
    UEFA Champions League Best Forward : 2006–07
    UEFA Club Footballer of the Year : 2006–07
    FIFPro World Player of the Year : 2007
    Ballon d'Or : 2007
    FIFA Club World Cup Golden Ball : 2007
    Toyota Award : 2007
    FIFA World Player of the Year : 2007
    Onze d'Or : 2007
    World Soccer Player of the Year : 2007
    IFFHS World‘s Best Playmaker : 2007
    IAAF Latin Sportsman of the Year : 2007
    Time 100 : 2008, 2009
    Maracanã Hall Of Fame : 2008
    Samba d'Or : 2008
    FIFA Team of the Year : 2008
    FIFA Confederations Cup Golden Ball : 2009
    FIFA Confederations Cup Best XI : 2009
    Marca Leyenda : 2009
    FIFA World Cup Top Assister : 2010

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