Richarlison , fully Richarlyson Barbosa Felizbino ( port. Brasil . Richarlyson Barbosa Felisbino ) - Brazilian footballer, Goa club midfielder. He played in the Brazilian national team .
|Full name||Richarlison Barbosa Felizbino|
Natal , Rio Grande do Norte , Brazil
He started his professional career at Santo André.
In 2005, he became a Sao Paulo player and won the Libertadores Cup and the World Club Championship with “tricolor”.
In the same 2005, rumors arose about non-traditional sexual orientation , but this was rejected by the player himself, his club partners and the leadership of São Paulo. The reason for such conversations was the celebration of the goal at the gate of Palmeiras Richardison, the so-called Dança da bundinha . Despite the fact that the players' foes continue to create parodies and mockery of the player on the Internet, the press agreed that the player’s behavior was only part of the “macho image”. Also, in 2007, Rysharlison won a lawsuit against the Palmeiras coach, who called him gay, thereby, according to the football player, damaging his reputation  .
On February 6, 2008, Risharlison made his debut for the Brazilian national team in a match against the Irish national team , in which Selesao won with a score of 1: 0.
In 2011, he moved to Atletico Mineiro, with whom he again won the Libertadores Cup in 2013, and for the club from Belo Horizonte it was the first success of this kind.
Richardison is the son of a former player and captain of Coritiba Reinaldo Felisbino , the 1985 champion of Brazil, who also performed for Fluminense . Richardison's brother Alexandro is in favor of Vasco da Gama , in the past he also played for Internacional , Cruzeiro and Lisbon's Sporting . In addition, Richardison and Alexandro are brother - in - law of the former player of the Portuguese national team, Deco for one of his marriages.
- Champion of Brazil (3): 2006 , 2007 , 2008
- Brazilian Cup Champion (1): 2004
- Libertadores Cup Winner (1): 2013
- Club World Cup Winner (1): 2005
- Silver Ball Winner (1): 2007