Ricardo Kaka: "I belong to God."
Born on April 22, 1982, Brazil
A gifted player, Kaka started with his dreams at the age of 8. His family was financially sound who could manage him pursue his interest. At the age of 8, he joined Sao Paulo FC junior. This child prodigy then signed a contact with Sao Paulo team at the age of 15.
It was just three years later, the contract was signed, and accident in swimming pool brought some chances to completely shatter his dreams. This may also be regarded as breakthrough in his life. Fortunately, this budding athlete healed real soon and began working extremely well in his dreams. He expresses strong gratitude towards God and is believer and follower of Jesus.
Brazilian took World Cup to their home:
Kaka’s remarkable contribution was when he helped his team take the Cup (World Cup) to their home in 2002.
The winning squad (FIFA World Cup-2002) with Ricardo Kaka
Successful following seasons:
The impressive player, Kaka was the most important player in his team. He scored 10 goals in 30 matches. In 2003, he helped his team win 2 awards: Scudetto and UEFA Super Cup. The following 3 seasons was also an important season for him. In 2006-07 seasons, Kaka ended up being the top scorer with the total of 10 goals.
In 2009, Real Madrid in Spain signed six-year contract with Kaka who was then transferred to this club for $78 million.
Immense success with the ball, Kaka has proved to be the most valuable and important player throughout his youth. He has been winning almost every trophy that the game has to offer for every game that he plays.
Ricardo Kaka with his two children:
Kaka is married to his childhood lover Caroline Celico. After birth of their children with son Luca and daughter Isabella, couples started off with slight different phase of their life. The couple along with the children lives in Madrid, Spain.
Ricardo Kaka with his childhood sweetheart who happens to be his wife
Addressing World Hunger, Kaka U.N. Food Program’s youngest Ambassador. In 2008, his contribution towards this program was to launch ‘Fill the Cup’. With ambitious vision and goals, this programs aims to get food to estimated 59 million children in the developing nations.
Glimpse of Hunger Relief Program