What trophies did Robinho win?
|Titles and season
|1x Italian champion
|1x Copa América winner
What happened to Robinho Brazil?
The former Brazil forward Robinho had a nine-year sentence for the rape of a young woman upheld by Italy’s top court on Wednesday.
Who is the best player in the world Messi or Ronaldo?
Of course, it must be said that Ronaldo has won the Player of the Year award in England, Spain and Italy….Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi: Individual awards.
|The Best FIFA Men’s Player
|European Golden Shoe
|World Cup Golden Ball
Why did Robinho left Madrid?
While speaking to Spanish news outlet Marca, Robinho claimed that his proposed move to Chelsea failed to materialise because Real Madrid didn’t like the Blues selling shirts with his name on before the deal had been completed.
Why did Robinho retire?
The 37-year-old consequently retired to prepare his defence in Brazil. For Robinho to serve his sentence, Italy would have to request a transfer of execution of the sentence to Brazil.
Who does Robinho play for now?
On 1 January 2019, Robinho signed for İstanbul Başakşehir for a fee of $2.78m. He was a member of the 2019–20 Süper Lig winning squad, the first top flight title in the club’s history.
Did Robinho win the Copa Brasil?
In the final match of his loan deal on 4 August, Robinho helped Santos win the Copa Brasil. Although Santos lost 2–1 to Vitória, they won the tie 3–2 on aggregate to win the competition for the first time in their history. Shortly afterwards, Robinho stated that he wanted to remain with Santos rather than return to England.
Did Robinho recover from 2008 Champions League injury?
He did not recover fully enough to help Madrid against Roma in the Champions League. The week before, however, Robinho saved Real Madrid’s La Liga title hopes with a two-goal performance on 3 March 2008 as Madrid defeated Recreativo de Huelva away from home.
What has Robinho done for Atlético?
He was selected for the Campeonato Brasileiro team of the year, in both the Craque do Brasileirão and the Bola de Prata awards. Robinho scored a goal in the 2017 Campeonato Mineiro final over rivals Cruzeiro, which secured Atlético the title.