The only member of the Los Revolucionarios team still playing, Roberto Carlos da Silva should be considered no less of a legend.
In the last week he has signed a 2-and-a-half year contract with Russian Premier League side Anzhi Makhachkala, which will surely bring the curtain down on a fantastic career.
Although spending time at Palmeiras, Internazionale and Fenerbahce, his 11 years at Real Madrid will be what he is remembered for.
An amazing 24 team trophies, including 3 UEFA Champions Leagues, 4 La Liga titles, 2 Copa Américas, and one World Cup show that he was an integral part of both the Galacticos and the Brazilian team.
His power, accuracy and ability to make the ball move like no-one else has led to a number of stand out goals.
Despite a high-profile spat with goalkeeper Jose Luis Chilavert, all of the above is plenty for Roberto Carlos to secure his spot in Los Revolucionarios as “O Rei da Curva”, or “The King of Curve”.