Portugal never lacks wingers... Along with Cristiano Ronaldo, Simão, Figo or Boa Morte, the portuguese World Cup squad may include FC Porto's superstar, Ricardo Quaresma. Ricardo plays in both right and left and he's recently developed a peculiar skill: something the portuguese call "trivela", that consists in crossing with the outside part of his right foot. The famous squad's number 10 is now 22 years-old and, after growing up in Sporting's frutuous academy (Cristiano Ronaldo, Hugo Viana and, more recently, João Moutinho and Nani are other examples of it) he was bought by Frank Rijkaard on his first year in spanish Barcelona. Ricardo didn't stay more than that single season mostly because his teamwork just wasn't 'Barcelonable"; he loves playing for the audience, catching the eye on marvelous technique demonstrations on every single game. Quaresma is difficult to beat one-on-one and his crossing and teamwork are improving enormously. Soon you'll be hearing from him again, but for now you may see him here, in a 2005/06 best of.