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Paulo Silas do Prado Pereira, best known as Silas (born August 27, 1965 in Campinasmarker) is a former Brazilianmarker football player.

During his playing career from 1985 to 2003 he played in Brazil, Portugal, Uruguay, Argentina, Japan and Italy at S√£o Paulo, Sport Club Internacional, Vasco da Gama, Atl√©tico Paranaense, Rio Branco , Ituano, Am√©rica , Portuguesa, Internacional de Limeira, Sporting Lisbon, San Lorenzo de Almagro, Central Espa√Īol, Kashiwa Reysol, Kyoto Purple Sanga, A.C. Cesena and U.C. Sampdoria. With the Brazilian Youth Team won Adidas Golden Ball at FIFA U-20 World Cup, and with the senior team he played 38 matches (34 official), from March 1986 to December 1992, and participated in the 1986 and 1990 FIFA World Cups.

History

Paulo Silas was born to Geni and Alberto Pereira in Campinas, S√£o Paulo, Brasil. He has a twin brother, Paulo Antonio, they are the youngest in a family of nine. Geni, their mother died when the boys were only three years old. The oldest sister Raquel Pereira Carvalho, a lawyer, took them under her wing and raised them. The Pereira family is well known in the city of Campinas. The nine of them are all married, and each have at least two children. Paulo Silas has three: Nathan, Carole, and Calebi. After living in Japan, the family moved back to Brasil where Paulo Silas is coaching a professional soccer team. His son Nathan Grippe Pereira, hopes to follow in his father's foot steps and become a professional soccer player.


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