|Full name||Ricardo Luis Pozzi Rodrigues|
|Date of birth||May 23, 1976|
|Place of birth||São Paulo, Brazil|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
| * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of November 8, 2009
Ricardo Luis Pozzi Rodrigues (born May 23, 1976 in São Paulo, Brazil), better known as Ricardinho, is a Brazilian football manager and former player. He usually played as a deep-lying playmaker in midfield, and was best known for his accurate passing and technique.
Ricardinho has earned 23 caps for the Brazilian national team, the first on March 28, 2000 in a match against Colombia. He was called up by Luiz Felipe Scolari for the 2002 FIFA World Cup as a late replacement for Emerson who was injured before the tournament began. He appeared three matches as a substitute during the tournament as Brazil won the World Cup for the record fifth time.
On August 17, 2005, he scored his first international goal in a friendly match against Croatia, an equalizer in the 41st minute as Brazil drew 1–1 with Croatia.
He was selected by Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira among the 23 footballers to participate in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He appeared in two matches as a substitute, against Japan and Ghana. In the latter, he made an assist to a late goal scored by midfielder Zé Roberto.
|Paraná||January 18, 2012||September 14, 2012||18||9||6||3||50.00|
|Avaí||March 19, 2013||June 12, 2013||19||9||3||7||47.37|
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