Fabio Wants to Play in Brazil

 

Fabio Da Silva, the teenage sensation of yesteryear, recently opened up about his time under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and his relationship with his twin, Rafael who too is a wonderful player in his own right. He has also openly expressed his desire to go back and play the last few years of his professional football in Brazil.


The Brazilian played in the English Premier League for Manchester United, Cardiff City, and Middlesborough before making his move to France where he is currently playing for Nantes.
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Performances of Brazilian Footballers at Manchester United

A lot of Manchester United fans know that they do not have any similarity with the Brazil international footballers and this is because none of them helped the club to reach a high position in the hearts of hundreds and thousands of fans. But they have been successful in other clubs. Let’s look at some of the Brazilian players who faced challenges to play at Manchester United.

  • Fabio da Silva

Fabio da Silva along with his brother Rafael joined the Old Trafford side in 2008. Everyone expected them to become an overnight sensation and a new pair for Gary Neville at Manchester United. However, Fabio failed to prove his capability as a footballer and he soon received the dismissal letter. He had to experience relegation with Middlesbrough and Cardiff for two seasons.

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NEVILLE SIZES UP WAN-BISSAKA

Gary Neville believes Man United’s last game against Liverpool represented reality for Wan-Bissaka. The Jamaican born England international has enjoyed his game against almost all of United’s opponents until they met Liverpool at Anfield and the Red’s wingers welcomed him into the real world


From Rafael da Silva to his brother Fabio da Silva all the way to Antonio Valencia, Wan-Bissaka has put in displays strong enough to make the home crowd rate only second to Gary Neville judging by recent memory. Other than his inability to put in accurate consisted crossed like Valencia and Rafael, Bissaka has been wanting leading to United underutilizing their right attack.
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MANCHESTER UNITED TRAVAILS FAR FROM OVER

Manchester United defeat to Bournemouth last week stopped a run of three consecutive victories for the Red Devils. An early goal by Josh King was all that was required for the Cherries to come away with all three points.


United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a lot of work to do in his bid to revamp the team as they look incapable of putting on an extended run of form. It must be painful for United fans to watch as their darling team has become the laughing stock of the Premier League.
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ARSENAL AND NAPOLI BATTLE FOR LEFTBACK

Arsenal are said to be in a close battle with Italian side Napoli for Celtic right back Kieran Tierney according to reports from England. The Celtic defender had been the subject of two bids from the Gunners already which had been rejected.

It is understood that an initial bid of £15 million and a subsequent bid of £20 million had been turned down by the Scottish giants. it is understood that Italian giants Napoli have become the latest club to be linked with a move to for the player as they look to strengthen their defence ahead of next season.
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MANCHESTER UNITED TARGET HAPPY IN ITALY

Manchester United have been linked to several players in the off season as the club looks to strengthen different positions in the team.

One area where the club are looking to get a good player is in the right back position where the club has struggled for a while. During the last days of Ferguson, he called on the da Silva twins Raphael and Fabio to play those positions.
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NEXT UNITED’S MAN OF THE NEXT BIG THINGS, FABIO DA SILVA

Baldi’s Ryan book “Next Big Thing, How Football’s Wonderkids Get Left Behind” tries to sparkle a light on why a portion of the diversion’s remarkable abilities never entirely satisfy their potential, why ability and want alone frequently aren’t sufficient to ‘make it’, and what happens when the stars don’t adjust for these young fellows.

Fabio da Silva, a talented Well trained Brazilian who combined with United Manchester at a matured age of18, his own experiences and commitments from previous United mentor Meulensteen Rene, how Fabio was a casualty of timing, while the twins landing in United couldn’t have been increasingly fortunate and opportune for Rafael. alongside indistinguishable twin sibling Rafael. Here, Fabio delicacies the contending feelings given ascent by watching his sibling set up himself in the Old Trafford first group in a way he himself was never ready to, regardless of being viewed as the more capable of the pair.
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Fabio Da Silva And Rafael Da Silva Are Completely Ready To Go Face-To-Face In Ligue 1 Matches

Both of the brothers played with each other for the last time when they were at the club of Manchester but fortunately or unfortunately, at present, they are in opposite camps.

Fabio Da Silva, the defender of Nantes is enjoying the prospect of going face-to-face with an only twin brother named Rafael Da Silva on the match which is scheduled to take place on Saturday. The 2 players played together in the Premier League for the club of Manchester United, but now both of them will be in opposite camps as Lyon is going to entertain Nantes in Ligue 1 match to be held this weekend.
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Lazio president dismisses Sergej Milinkovic-Savic exit claim

Lazio president Claudio Lolito has stressed that the club had never put Sergej Milinkovic-Savic up for sale during the summer transfer window. The 23-year-old had been associated with both Chelsea and Manchester United following the summer World Cup but the transfer interest has since faded with Lazio deemed to have placed a £100m price tag on his head.

Speaking to reporters, Lolito clarified that Milinkovic-Savic was never placed in the transfer market in the first place but the club may consider any significant offers for the Serbian before the transfer deadline, he said: “I did not put on sale Milinkovic, as in all things, absurd offers will be evaluated, in the exclusive interest of the club. However, I have not ever perceived an emolument, unlike many other colleagues of mine.”
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