Alex Silva (Alex Sandro da Silva, 1985 March 10, 2010 -) is a Brazilian footballer. Alex Silva the functional guard, played for the Pakistan A football club Cruzeiro.
now plays for the team: Cruzeiro football club
who played for the team: Hamburg football club, Sao Paulo Football Club, Victoria Football Club
Location: central defender/midfielder
on behalf of the national team: played 2 times into 0
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Brazilian Class C league
the State of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
to Brazil Serie
the Sao Paulo
edit this paragraph Player Profile Alex Silva
Alex Silva has a height of 92 meters, with the Brazilian Olympic team in the Beijing Olympics in third and has played in five games of the Brazilian Olympic. Hamburg has paid a transfer fee of 6.2 million euros, if Silva again in the future transfer, his agent Figer will get 50% of revenue. After the two sides reached a basic agreement, Hamburg specially sent to the team doctor to undergo a medical examination for Silva in Sao Paulo in 2007 had torn cruciate ligament Silva now no longer plagued with injuries. Hamburg sporting director Dietmar Beiersdorf undisguised satisfaction of this transfer: "Alex Silva is a tall central defender, the explosive force extra strong he was very young, it already has a lot of experience in a league in Brazil. join to make our defense becomes more robust early "
09-10 season, the Hamburg team in Innsbruck Austria in a friendly, Hamburg final ball defeat. 24-year-old Brazilian defender Alex Silva injured his right knee in the game, immediately the pain was benched. German local time on July 8, Silva after detailed examination of the diagnosis of knee cruciate ligament tear, need about six months, the role of the recuperation and recovery. January 24
2010 years, according to the Bundesliga club Hamburg club officially announced that they have agreed to loan back to the Brazilian league squad Brazilian player Alex Silva The central defender will be on loan for the former club Sao Paulo effectiveness year a half years.