Following his Esposito's retirement from professional football, he became a stalwart in the Italian beach soccer national team.
He is currently playing beach soccer for the French National team.
He is also the champion of beach soccer and trains in the Amazon Jungle.
Since 2007 he is a head of the Committee that deals with the beach soccer and "futzal".
He has also represented the Bahamas in international beach soccer.
After the 2005 World Cup, beach soccer continued to grow and spread worldwide at a fast rate.
Then, that fall, he moved to Japan to play professional beach soccer.
And it is also used in the beach soccer for a 2 minute bench penalty for unsportsmanlike play.
After two years playing beach soccer in 1980 and 1981, Radar played on grass from 1982 onwards.
The competitions allows national teams to compete in beach soccer in a league format over the summer months.