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David SILVA
Manchester City FC (ENG)
 
Full name David Josué Jiménez Silva
Date of Birth January 8, 1986
Birthplace Arguineguín, Gran Canaria, Spain
Height 171 cm
Position Attacking midfielder (or left midfielder / central midfielder)
Foot Left
Nationality Spanish
Club Manchester City FC (ENG)
Nation Spain
Int. debut Age 20 (November 15, 2006 - vs. Romania)
World Cups 9 matches (2018: 4 / 2014: 3 / 2010: 2)
SEASON CLUB
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LVL
APP
GLS
2018-19 Manchester City
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1
?
?
2017-18 Manchester City
-
1
29
9
2016-17 Manchester City
-
1
34
4
2015-16 Manchester City
-
1
24
2
2014-15 Manchester City
-
1
32
12
2013-14 Manchester City
-
1
27
7
2012-13 Manchester City
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1
32
4
2011-12 Manchester City
-
1
36
6
2010-11 Manchester City
-
1
35
4
2009-10 Valencia
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1
30
8
2008-09 Valencia
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1
19
4
2007-08 Valencia
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1
34
4
2006-07 Valencia
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1
36
5
2005-06 Celta Vigo (L)
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1
34
3
2004-05 Eibar (L)
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2
35
5
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
07.2010
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28.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2018-19 Manchester City
?
2017-18 Manchester City
40
2016-17 Manchester City
59
2015-16 Manchester City
93
2014-15 Manchester City
46
2013-14 Manchester City
83
2012-13 Manchester City
58
2011-12 Manchester City
5
2010-11 Manchester City
107
2009-10 Valencia
65
2008-09 Valencia
-
2007-08 Valencia
56

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2018-19 ?
-
2017-18 None
-
2016-17 Top Assists
22
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 Top Assists
20
2013-14 Top Assists
27
2012-13 Top Assists
15
2011-12 Top Assists
3
2010-11 None
-
2009-10 Top Assists
25
2008-09 None
-
2007-08 Young Guns
8




DID YOU KNOW ?

Silva was born in Arguineguín, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands to Fernando Jiménez, a former municipal police officer who eventually was responsible for the safety of the Valencia CF stadium, and Eva Silva. His father is Canarian.

Contrary to popular belief, David Silva's family is not of Asian descent.

He has two younger siblings, sister Natalia and brother Nando.

Silva began playing football in the youth team of UD San Fernando, near Maspalomas. When he was 14, he received an offer to become a youth player at Valencia CF, which he accepted. He stayed in Valencia's youth set-up until he was 17.

Silva first represented Spain alongside Cesc Fàbregas in the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland, scoring three goals.