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Orlando City star Kaka has warned European stars that have been linked with a move to the Major League Soccer that it is not easy.

The former Brazil international asked that players be ready to give 100 percent or suffer in the top flight soccer league.

Kaka Confirms Departure from Orlando City

Former Real Madrid and AC Milan star Kaka says that he is set to return to Brazilian football where it all began for him.

The last player to win the FIFA Ballon d’Or award apart from the duo of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka is regarded as one of the finest Brazilian players in the last two decades. He has been with Orlando City since 2014. Even though his time with the MLS outfit has been on and off due to a niggling injuries, he has made a reasonable impact in the competition. Kaka would have liked to have made the same impact as David Beckham, but he has not come close to such a high standard.

Can Kaka Fire Orlando City To MLS glory In 2017?

Kaka has been there and done it all during his playing career but the Brazil legend will be quietly confident of securing more silverware before hanging up his boots in the near future. Orlando City, one of Major League Soccer’s newer franchises, finished eighth in the Eastern Conference last season and fans will be expecting Jason Kreis’ men to improve ahead of what could be a defining year for the club.

Orlando have plenty of potential and Kaka, one of their designated players, is still able to influence matches on a weekly basis. With that in mind, Kreis may continue to build his side around the Brazilian – especially as he has formed a solid relationship with the vast majority of his team-mates.

Will Kaka’s Final Season in Orlando be a Special One?

In his prime, Kaka was simply sublime, a true definition of dedication, natural talent and undeniable skill that left many an opponent trailing in his wake as he zoomed in on goal or sought out that killer pass.

For the man born Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, the list of honours is exceptional with club, country and individually.

Winner of the Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2007, winner of the Champions League with Milan in 06/07, winner of Serie A in 03/04, La Liga in 11/12 with Real Madrid AND winner of the FIFA World Cup in 2002 with Brazil just scratches the surface on Kaka’s phenomenal career.


The Russian football national team has unveiled their official mascot for the 2018 world cup. The mascot nicknamed Zabivaka, which means “the one who scores” in Russian has been described as “charming, confident and social.”

Zabivaka who beat other competitors for the position of mascot earned an impressive 53% to be unveiled the official Russian mascot for the 2018 world cup.

Kaka Admits Milan without Berlusconi and Galliani Will Not Be the Same

Kaka is probably one of the greatest players to have last represented AC Milan.

The club fell into tough times over the last decade and this has been a major factor in their inability to compete for the best players in the transfer market. Kaka did not arrive at Milan as one of the best in the world.

Kaka backs Vincenzo Montellato turn Ac.Milan into a European titan

Orlando City’s has recently voiced his thoughts concerning Vincenzo Montella who was appointed as the new head coach of Ac.Milan on June 28 of 2016.

Ricardo Kaka’s playing career has seen him performing with Sao Paulo, Ac.Milan, Real Madrid and his current club Orlando City but it was with the Italian club Ac.Milan where Kaka truly managed to make a name for himself as the best player in the world of football back in 2007 when he received the Ballon d’Or title and the FIFA World Player of the Year as well as many other individual recognitions along the way.


Orlando City played a goalless draw with Toronto on Wednesday night.

Each side picked a point each after the game played at BMO field. Orlando City would not be too happy with the results as the draw left them five points away from the red line in the Eastern Conference. The club would be focused on getting it right in the next three games.

Orlando City Secure Comfortable Win over Philadelphia Union

Orlando City failed to make it to the play-offs and their fate was decided more than two weeks ago.

Yet, manager Jason Kreis believes that there is a strong foundation for the club to build upon. Even with former world Player of the Year Kaka, they were unable to make an impact in the MLS campaign. A string of poor results from the start of September ultimately sealed the fate of the club as far as the 2016 season is concerned. Since the 4-1 win over Montréal Impact, the team has been able to get only one point and it came in the goalless draw against Toronto.

Toronto regain top spot

Toronto FC regained the top spot in the MLS Eastern Conference after its game against Orlando City. Toronto played a goalless draw with City with a controversial red card awarded the host. The fans would not be happy with yet another draw at home. Toronto have lost a stretch of valuable points in home games.

“We demand more from ourselves, from our teammates. It’s never a bad thing to not lose, but some games you have to win. I think if we win just one of these last three [at home] then we’re in a little better mood and a little better position,” veteran defender Drew Moor said.