Tiago Galvão da Silva

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Thiago Galvão
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Tiago Galvão in 2013
Personal information
Full nameTiago Galvão da Silva
Date of birth (1989-08-24) 24 August 1989 (age 30)
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position(s) Forward
Club information
Current team
Alashkert
Number 20
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2007–2010 Paulista 56 (11)
2011–2014 Sloboda Užice 99 (21)
2014–2015 Sheriff Tiraspol 23 (1)
2015–2016 Čukarički 13 (1)
2016–2017 Borac Čačak 30 (5)
2017–2018 Chaves 8 (0)
2018–2019 Floriana 16 (2)
2019– Alashkert 28 (8)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 20 August 2020

Tiago Galvão da Silva, commonly known as Thiago Galvão [1] (born 24 August 1989 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Armenian club Alashkert. He is most frequently played as either a striker or an attacking midfielder.

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Club career

Thiago played in Brazil with Paulista Futebol Clube from 2007 to 2010, making a total of almost sixty appearances and scoring a sum of eleven goals over three years. In 2011, he joined Serbian side Sloboda Užice.

Sloboda Užice

Thiago and Paulista teammate Ricardinho came to Serbia in January 2011 and played 11 matches with newly promoted FK Sloboda Point Sevojno until the end of the season. He made his league debut coming on as a late substitute against FK Spartak Zlatibor Voda in April 2011.

2010–11 Season

Upon joining Sloboda in 2011, Thiago Galvão spent the first season adjusting to the league in Serbia, during which he didn't score a single goal in the 11 games he appeared in. [2]

2011–12 season

His exhibitions from previous season satisfied the club management and during summer he was offered to stay, while Ricardinho returned to Brazil. He immediately responded by being named the best player of the main tournament his club played during summer pre-season. [3] During the summer Sloboda changed much of the squad. As a result, Thiago got more playing time and started 29 games out of 29 games he played. Even though he played as a striker at Paulista, coach Ljubiša Stamenković gave him the role of an attacking midfielder. In the first half of the 2011–12 season, he and Filip Kasalica (before he departed to join Red Star Belgrade) were listed as the most formidable striker partnership in the entire league. Thiago scored 6 goals and had 8 assists that season and was one of the best players in the league, attracting interest from domestic clubs as well as clubs from the Western Europe.

2012–13 season

During the 2013 winter transfer window, clubs such as FK Partizan, Red Star Belgrade, and FC Rostov were interested in Thiago. Rostov even made a bid of €450,000 for the player, but Sloboda rejected it. In March during a game against FK Jagodina, Thiago scored a beautiful overhead kick goal. He helped the club finish fifth for the second straight season with 8 goals and 8 assists. He played all 30 games. For the second season in a row Galvão was included in the league's most statistically effective strike partnership, this time with Predrag Ranđelović who replaced Kasalica upon his departure to Red Star Belgrade.

2013–14 season

The 2013 season started slowly with Thiago having a goalless drought for six straight games, due to still recovering from injury, and then he scored his first hat-trick for the club on 25 September, against Teleoptik in the Serbian Cup. [4] He scored his first league goal against OFK Beograd on 5 October 2013. [5] On 23 November Tiago scored another overhead kick,this time against Red Star to give his team the lead,but Sloboda lost 4–1. [6] On 22 April 2014,Tiago played his 100th game for Sloboda against Javor,providing the only goal of the game with an assist. [7] In what was a really poor season for Sloboda,finishing last and getting relegated,Tiago was by far the best player.

Sheriff Tiraspol

On 3 July 2014, Thiago signed for Moldovan side FC Sheriff Tiraspol. [8]

Honours

Sheriff

Statistics

As a player

As of 30 June 2017 [9]
ClubSeasonLeagueCupEuropeOtherTotal
AppsGoalsAssistsAppsGoalsAssistsAppsGoalsAssistsAppsGoalsAssistsAppsGoalsAssists
Sloboda Užice 2010–11 11011101
2011–12 29682003168
2012–13 30881003188
2013–14 297333032103
Total992120630—|1052420
Sheriff Tiraspol 2014–15 23103005003110
Total2310300500—|3110
Čukarički 2015–16 12110001211
2016–17 100000100
Total13110001311
Borac Čačak 2016–17 30522100003262
Total3052210000—|3262
Career totals221392311405002374323

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References

  1. Thiago Galvão at ogol.com.br
  2. 1 2 3 Soccerway – Brazil – Thiago Galvao Player History
  3. Triumfalno at Sloboda official website
  4. Het-trik za buđenje - Tiago Galvao - 25 September 2013 (in Serbian)
  5. 24sata.rs: OFK Beograd osvojio bod u Užicu - 5 October 2013 (in Serbian)
  6. Da li je ovo najlepši gol ove sezone u JSL? (VIDEO) - 23 November (in Serbian)
  7. Tijagova “stotka” - 23 April (in Serbian)
  8. Тиаго Гальвао стал новым игроком "Шерифа". www.fc-sheriff.com/ (in Russian). FC Sheriff Tiraspol. 3 July 2014. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  9. Tiago Galvão da Silva at Soccerway

External sources