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Robson de Souza, known as Robinho, was born on January 25, 1984, in Sao Vicente, Brazil. The Brazilian striker made his debut with the Associaçao Atlética dos Portuários Club, where he remained a short time before signing his first contract with Santos.

Soccer betting fans should take into consideration that in his first professional season with Santos, Robinho scored 10 goals in 29 games and led the team to win their first Brazilian championship after 20 years without a title.

One year later, in 2003, the Brazilian scored nine goals in the Campeonato Brasileiro, four in the Copa Libertadores and two in the Copa Sudamericana. In 2004, he was named the best player in the Brazilian National Championship and received the Bola de Ouro award.

In 2005, after lengthy negotiations, Real Madrid signed Robinho for $ 30 million. The Brazilian made his debut with the Spanish club in the game against Cadiz FC on August 28th of that year.

In his first season with Real, Robinho scored 12 goals, including eight in La Liga and four in the Copa Del Rey, as the Champions League was the only tournament in which he failed to score.

However, in the 2006/07 season, Robinho spent much of the first five months on the bench, a situation that made him to consider the option of leaving the club. That season he finished with six goals in 30 matches.

In the 2007/08 season, the Brazilian striker finished with 11 goals and 8 assists for Madrid, as well as four goals during the UEFA Champions League tournament.

On September 1, 2008, Robinho was transferred to Manchester City for € 42 million and made his debut in the Premier League against Chelsea and also scored in the first half of that match.

Robinho managed to score 14 goals in 31 games that season and was ranked among the top scorers in the Premier League. However, in his second season with Man City missed three months of the season due to injury and failed to settle and chose to prove his credentials back in Brazil with a loan move to Santos on January 28th, 2010.

On August 31st, AC Milan signed Robinho for € 18 million and four seasons. The Brazilian striker made his debut for Milan on Sept. 11 and scored his first goal in the 3-1 win over Chievo Verona. In eight games played with the Italian club, Robinho has scored four goals.

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