มาร์โก ซิลวา

This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name มาร์โก ซิลวา Saraiva and the second or paternal family name is Silva.

Portuguese retired footballer who played as a right back, and is the manager of Premier League club Everton. He played for a variety of Portuguese clubs, finishing his career with a six-year spell at Estoril. He managed that club for three years before spending a season as coach of Sporting, during which they won the Portuguese Cup. Born in Lisbon, Silva finished his formation with local C. In the 2005 off-season, Silva joined G.

Estoril Praia in the second level, where he remained until his retirement six years later, always in that tier. Silva retired in June at the age of nearly 34, amassing division two totals of 152 games and eight goals for three clubs. On 10 June 2011, immediately after retiring, Silva was appointed director of football at Estoril. Silva agreed to a four-year contract with Sporting on 21 May 2014, replacing Leonardo Jardim who left for AS Monaco FC. On 4 June 2015, four days after winning the trophy, Sporting announced that Silva had been dismissed with just cause, for not wearing their official suit in a cup match against F. On 8 July 2015, Silva was appointed the successor of countryman Vítor Pereira at Olympiacos FC, signing on a two-year contract. 2 success at Arsenal in the Champions League group stage.