Robinho and Vivian Guglielminetti
Robinho caught Pele’s attention and was helped secure a contract with “Santos FC.” He represented them at the 2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany, marrying Vivian Guglielminetti that same year; together they have two children named Robson Jr. and Gianluca.
In 2014, he returned to “Santos” on loan for one year. On September 21, he scored his first goal during the group’s Coppa Italia crusade.
Early Life and Education
Robinho was born in Santos, Brazil and began playing football as a youngster. Over time he found success playing professionally under Pele. Later he married Vivian Guglielminetti and had two sons named Robson Jr. and Gianluca.
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Robinho first made his national team debut for Brazil in 2003 and since then has won 100 caps and scored 28 goals for his nation. Robinho represented his nation at both 2006 FIFA World Cup and several Copa America tournaments.
He signed a one-year deal with Santos in 2014 and scored one goal during its Coppa Italia campaign. Following this he decided to cancel all contracts and sign a six-month deal with Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao of China Super League instead in 2016.
Robinho’s mother was held hostage for ransom in 2004, and after about six weeks was safely returned. Robinho later married Vivian Guglielminetti and has two children together: Robson Jr and Gianluca; currently they reside in Italy.
At just 15 years old, Pele took notice of him. Pele helped secure him a contract with Santos FC and named him as his heir apparent.
Robinho made his national team debut for Brazil in 2003 and has gone on to appear in over 100 matches since. Additionally, he participated in both the 2006 ‘FIFA World Cup’ tournament held in Germany as well as 2007 ‘Copa America’ tournaments.
Robinho married Vivian Guglielminetti in 2009 and they have two sons together – Robson Jr and Gianluca. Unfortunately, in 2013, he was charged with raping a woman at a Milan nightclub and sentenced to nine years in jail in Italy; consequently his net worth took an immense hit due to limited soccer opportunities due to being prohibited from continuing playing the sport.