Eduardo da Silva Biography
|Date of Birth:||1983 , February-25|
|Age:||38 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Name||Eduardo da Silva|
|Birth Name||Eduardo Alves da Silva|
|Birth Place/City||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro|
|Working For||Croatia national football team|
|Weight in KG||73 kg|
|Famous for||Football player|
|Married to||Andrea da Silva|
|Children||Lorena da Silva|
|Awards||SN Yellow Shirt Award|
Eduardo is a professional football player who plays for the Croatian national team and also for the Shakhtar Donetsk.
Early Life And Education Of Eduardo da Silva
The DOB (Date of Birth) of Eduardo is on February 25 in the year 1983 and was born in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The height of Eduardo is 177 cm and has a weight of 72 kg.
At the age of 15, Eduardo’s family moved to Croatia, where he continued to play football at the football academy of Dinamo Zagreb.
In 1998 Eduardo returned to Brazil to train at Bangu, but then returned to Croatia in 2000. Since 2004 Eduardo da Silva plays for the national team of Croatia and his playing position is Forward.
Eduardo da Silva's Career
Eduardo’s career started at the youth team of local CBF Nova Kennedy. In 2001, the striker signed his first professional contract with Dinamo and debuted for the club in September of that same year.
He made his international first appearance for Croatia is at a superior level playing ng as second-half replacement in the team’s welcoming competition next to the Republic of Ireland on 16 November in 2004 at the age of 21 after holding the citizenship in 2002.
Arsenal has begun preparing for life after Thierry Henry by ag agreeing on terms on a deal to bring Dinamo Zagreb's Brazilian-born Croatia striker Eduardo da Silva to the Emirates Stadium. Da Silva who is 24 yrs old, has acknowledged a four-year contract proposal that will be approved upon completion of a medical, with Dinamo claiming the transfer to be worth the £16.25m the Gunners received from Barcelona for Henry.
Arsenal says the transfer fee is between £7m and £8m. The forward made a bright comeback by managing a double. Born in Brazil, this striker is well recognized on English shoreline for the exploitation he did at Arsenal.
After shifting from Brazil to the new place named Dinamo Zagreb, he started to make his spot attaining lots of success and gradually with the success in the U21 level he did his full Croatian debut in the year of 2004.
Being dismissed from the 2006 World Cup team, he started playing considerably in Croatia’s qualification for Euro 2008, picking 10 goals where he had appeared in 12 games, but unluckily failed in the tournament through the terrible injury while playing for Arsenal against Birmingham couple of years before.
Eduardo da Silva's Personal Life And Net Worth
In regard to his marital status, he is already married. He is living a happy married life with his spouse named Andrea da Silva. The information about his Children is that he has Lorena da Silva as his only child. There is no information about his Salary but he might have gathered a huge amount of net worth as he is a prominent football player.
As of 2018, his excat net worth has not revelead yet.
Eduardo da Silva's Awards and Achievements
In 2006 Eduardo was named The Best Player of the Croatian Championship. One of the main achievements of the Croatian player at the Donetsk club were three goals in two matches against Dynamo Kyiv, which is the principal rival of The Miners.
First, in the 2011 Ukrainian Cup finals, he helped his team beat The White-Blues 2-0 and become the champions. Then in the 1/8 round of the 2012 Ukrainian Cup, the Brazilian striker hit the back of Dinamo’s net twice and thus contributed to Shakhtar’s winning another championship title.
His team Shakhtar Donetsk has already lifted the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup. Eduardo da Silva has turned out to be an icon for many football fans owing to a victorious profession in all categories. His other accomplishment includes Croatian Footballer of the Year and Prva HNL Player of the Year. He has also some prestigious awards like SN Yellow Shirt Award and Croatian First League Top Scorer.