| Carlos Andrade Souza|
Luis Carlos de Souza
| (1987-01-23) 23 January 1987 (age 28)|
Vitoria da Conquista, Brazil
Brazil national football team (Defender), Sao Paulo FC (#6 / Defender)
Lucas Cavalcante Silva Afo, Thiago Mendes, Michel Bastos, Diego Cavalieri, Breno Borges
Carlos Andrade Souza Wikipedia
Carlos Andrade Souza (born 23 January 1987), known as Carlinhos, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for São Paulo FC as a left back.
Carlinhos started his career at Santos. His contract was due to expired in August 2008 but in June 2008 signed a new 3-year contract and joined Cruzeiro in a 6-month deal. In January 2009 he was signed by fellow São Paulo State club Mirassol in a 5-month loan. Carlinhos then sold to Brasa Futebol Clube for R$400,000 in 2009, a proxy club for third parties ownership. In December 2009 he was signed by Santo André in 1-year contract. In May 2010 Carlinhos was signed by Fluminense in 3-year deal.
Carlinhos was called for Seleção for the first time in 2006, by Dunga, for a friendly against Switzerland. The player came back to Brazil six years later, in 2012, when, this time by Mano Menezes, was called up for Superclásico de las Américas. He made his debut for brazilian national football team on November 21, 2012, when Seleção won, after penalties, the title.
Games for Brazilian teamSantos
São Paulo State League: 2006, 2007
Campeonato Brasileiro Série A: 2010, 2012
Rio de Janeiro State League: 2012
BrazilSouth American Championship (U 20): 2007
Superclásico de las Américas: 2012