| Cravinhos, Brazil|
| Fernando Henrique Boldrin|
(1989-02-23) 23 February 1989 (age 26)
FC Astra Giurgiu (#23 / Midfielder)
Fernando Boldrin Wikipedia
Fernando Henrique "Rick" Boldrin (born 23 February 1989) is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Turkish club Kayserispor.
Regarded as a good free kick taker with great technical ability, he operates primarily as a central midfielder and is capable of playing both in attack and defence.
Boldrin played as a junior for FC Slovan Liberec from the Czech Republic, but spent the first part of his senior career in the lower leagues of native Brazil.
In 2014, aged 25, Boldrin was brought to Romanian club CS Concordia Chiajna by coach Marius Șumudică. He ended the Liga I season with 32 matches and 6 goals, earning interest from better ranked clubs after scoring a double against defending champions Steaua București in May 2015. "The Eagles" finished on the 12th place, narrowly avoiding relegation.
During the 2015 summer transfer window, Boldrin signed a contract with FC Astra Giurgiu, rejoining his former Concordia coach Marius Șumudică. On 26 July, he scored his first goal in a 2–1 victory against fellow Liga I team CS U Craiova. The following week Boldrin netted a goal in the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round's first leg against West Ham United, helping his team obtain a 2–2 away draw at Boleyn Ground. Astra eventually qualified further, and he scored again against AZ Alkmaar in the first leg of the play-off round.
Boldrin, who ended the campaign with 42 matches and seven goals all competitions comprised, helped Astra achieve its first league championship title in their history. He was also a starter in the 2016 Romanian Supercup 1–0 win over CFR Cluj.
On 12 August 2016, Steaua București announced the transfer of Boldrin for an undisclosed fee, with the player penning a four-year contract with the club.As of match played 13 May 2017
Liga I: 2015–16
Supercupa României: 2016
Liga I Foreign Player of the Year: 2016