Thiago Silva (footballer)
Brazil's forward Hulk (R) and defender Thiago Silva run during a training session at President Vargas stadium in Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil on June 17, 2013. Brazil will face Mexico next 19th for the Confederations Cup Brazil 2013.
I love this player ... Whenever I have played against him he has scored. I would really like Rooney to sign for PSG. He would be a quality addition for us.
We train for four months to fight three rounds, but of course I always want to be there for as little time as possible
We need to start with a bang and beat England ... Things can get tricky if we don't play better than last time.More quotes »
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Paulinho and Luiz Gustavo getting familiar
Lined up behind them are some of Planet Football’s most valuable defenders, in the shape of Daniel Alves, Thiago Silva, David Luiz and Marcelo. Further upfield are hugely talented youngsters such as Oscar, Lucas and Neymar, nor must we forget much-covete 6/17/13 from FIFA Read more »
Brazil v Japan Confederations Cup 2013 – TEAM NEWS
Saturday June 15, 2013 Kick off: 20:00 1st Round: Group A Estádio Nacional Brazil are expected to field an attacking line-up, with Oscar, Hulk and Barcelona new boy Neymar likely to play behind lone striker Fred. David Luiz will pair up with PSG’s Thiago from Total Football Madness Read more »
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Rosell hints at Thiago Silva interest
Barcelona president Sandro Rosell has hinted that his club is interested in Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva. The Catalans are said to be keen on adding a defender to their ranks this summer but, while the 49-year-old refused to rule out a move from Goal.com Read more »
Five For Fighting – Matchups To Make After UFC on FUEL TV 10 (Big Nog vs. Werdum)
Sean Shelby and Joe Silva now have the toughest job in MMA: convince anyone who isn’t from Brazil to fight down there. So far the only guy who has a winning record fighting in Brazil for the UFC is Nick Lentz, who’s 2-0. Everyone else loses; it’s kind of from FOX Sports Read more »