Roberto Carlos criticises Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson over their time at Inter Milan, declaring that the Englishman ‘damaged him’.
Former Brazil left-back Roberto Carlos has actually declared that Roy Hodgson “destroyed him” during his time at Inter Milan
Carlos invested one season with the Italian outfit in between 1995 and 1996, scoring 7 goals in 34 appearances under Hodgson.
Nevertheless, it was at Real Madrid where Carlos genuinely went far for himself, and the Brazilian has actually considering that declared that the Crystal Palace manager almost jeopardised his possibilities with the national team.
Speaking With Marca, Carlos stated: “Roy Hodgson damaged me. He made me play in the centre of midfield. I wasn’t going to get a possibility to play for Brazil like that and there was a Copa America in 1997.
” It’s not that we got on terribly, it’s that he didn’t know much aboutfootball I talked with [Inter chairman] Massimo Moratti and I asked him to leave.
” I went to Madrid for Fabio Capello, he was the most essential coach in my life.”
Carlos made 512 appearances for Los Blancos in between 1996 and 2007, winning 4 La Liga titles and 3 Champions League prizes at the Bernabeu.