|Name||Roberto Carlos da Silva Rocha|
|Position||LB, DMF, LMF|
|Key stats (PES 2013)|| Long pass speed - 95|
Swerve - 95
Kicking power - 98
|Previous Clubs|| Palmeiras|
 Earlier PES
He is widely regarded as one of the top left-backs ever in the history of PES. He has been a popular player in every PES game in the series; he was one of the star players in PES.
 PES 2009
He is recommended as a short-term buy only in the Master League because of his age but can be effective in the long term when he regenerates. He has proved to be a good replacements for some teams but with his old age it is clear he will retire soon. Some players of PES even say that he has just as good in SMF as his attacking stats show himself off a bit more when he plays on the wing.
 PES 2010
Despite being a very old wing back, he's still capable of performing well, despite his stats naturally decreasing over time. Many fans believe that his shot power has now deteriorated significantly. Due to leaving Fenerbahce in the January transfer window, he now doesn't feature in the game.
 PES 2011
 PES 2013
Roberto Carlos is now retired and can be found in the Classic Brazil squad under the fake name Rodrico Catis.
Carlos plays mainly as a left-back and can also play as a left midfielder or left wing-back. He has terrific shot power (usually above 95 in every game), which allows him to score fantastic long-range shots.
His crossing ability is ideal for an overlapping full-back and he is always capable of his free-kick goal in the 1997 Le Tournai given his long free kick stance, his shot power, swerve and FK abilities. Roberto Carlos also has impressive speed despite his growing age.
 Free kicks
Roberto Carlos also has his trademark 'tippy-toe' free kick style. If timed correctly, a lay-off free kick with this style can produce a monumental amount of swerve and power from long range. The swerve on free kicks taken by Carlos are so drastic and legendary that they are referred to by many as 'Banana Kicks'.
 Real Life
He'll always be remembered for scoring the 'impossible goal' against Tenerife in the 1997-1998 season.