Even the best footballers have to start somewhere, and Roberto Carlos certainly paid his dues before he became a global superstar. In part 3 of his interview with Guillem Balague, Roberto Carlos talks about the start of his footballing journey in his native Brazil, and the impact it had on his later career.
He also talks about his first appearances for the Brazilian national team, and the developments he made as a young player in order to cope with the demands of the game, plus his time in Italy with footballing giants Inter Milan. Arriving in Italy, Roberto played under a number of managers, including the current England manager Roy Hodgson, who apparently wanted him to play up front! Find out more by watching the video above.
Guillem Balague was talking to Roberto about his prestigious career as part of the celebrations of the Umbro Golaço competition, a unique opportunity to travel to Brazil to meet Roberto and train with one of the country's leading clubs. To enter the competition, head to the Umbro Golaco app and upload your best goals now! You've got until February 21st to enter.