Rivaldo signs for Kabuscorp
Club officials confirmed that a deal that will bring Rivaldo, who turns 40 in April, to the Luanda team, who finished second behind Recreativo Libolo in the national championship last year.
The 1999 FIFA World Player of the Year and European Footballer of the Year will inject much-needed interest into a league that suffers, like most others in Africa, from an exodus of its best footballers to Europe.
Rivaldo left Brazilian outfit Sao Paulo a month ago after another chapter in a globe-trotting career that had taken him to Spain, Italy, Greece and Uzbekistan before returning home last year.
The attacking midfielder, who said the fact that Brazil and Angola are Portuguese-speaking countries played a big part in his decision, was part of the Brazil 2002 FIFA World Cup™-winning team, and played for Barcelona and AC Milan.