Fabricio Silva

Team Parana Clube Parana Clube
Position Forward
Height / weight 0.0 m / 63 kg
Born May 10, 1990
Nationality Brazil Brazil
Team History
Parana Clube Parana Clube 2019 - present
Tiburones Rojos de Veracruz Tiburones Rojos 2019
Omonia Nicosia Omonia Nicosia 2017 - 2018
FC Aktobe FC Aktobe 2018
Guarani FC 2018
FC Astra Giurgiu 2016 - 2017
FC Ashdod FC Ashdod 2017
Muangthong United 2016
FK Partizan FK Partizan 2015 (loan)
Clube Atletico Bragantino Clube Atletico Bragantino 2015
Fluminense Fluminense 2014
Esporte Clube Vitoria Esporte Clube Vitoria 2013
CR Vasco da Gama CR Vasco da Gama 2012
Cruzeiro Esporte Clube Cruzeiro 2011
Clube Atlético Paranaense 2011
Flamengo Flamengo 2008 - 2010
Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras 2010
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Hoffenheim 2009 (loan)
Parana Clube Parana Clube 2008 (loan)
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Fabricio Silva Dornellas is a professional football player from Brazil, who plays as a central defender. Having spent his entire youth career on the pitches of Flamengo, from 2004 to 2008, Fabricio showed a lot of promise and got into the first team, at Flamengo, in 2008. However, he wasn’t able to hold a starting spot and was sent out on loan to Parana Clube, in 2008.

After a good showing in the second half of the season, Fabricio returned to Flamengo but soon moved out to 1899 Hoffenheim to play through 2008-09. After just six appearances, Fabricio had to return to Brazil with the knowledge that he wasn’t good enough for the top level yet. He returned to Flamengo and finally made his debut for the Brazilian side, against Internacional.

At the end of 2010, however, Flamengo decided to let him go even though Fabricio was part of the Brazil Under-20 national team squad that came second at the 2009 FIFA Under-20 World Cup. He also had a winner’s medal from the 2009 Brazilian Serie A season, with Flamengo.

Moving to Atletico Paranaense meant that Fabricio would have to re-start his playing career from scratch, at a new club, and that presented a wonderful opportunity. With nine games and a goal under his belt, Fabricio helped his team win the 2011 Minas Gerais State League championships.

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