|Andres da Silva|
|Full name||Andrés da Silva Vega|
|Birth|| Lima , Peru |
March 21 , 1921
|Death||As March 21 as 1994 (73 years old)|
|Sports debut|| 1941 |
|Sports retirement|| 1955 |
( University of Sports )
Andrés da Silva debuted in the first division in 1941 with Sport Boys , he was an elegant defender who commanded respect in the pink defense, achieving the title of 1942 , due to these virtues, the University of Sports recruited him in early 1944 . In the "U" he became a reference and idol for the fans, becoming captain for several years.
After winning, with Universitario , the national championships of 1945 , 1946 and 1949 , the Marshal suffered an injury in 1955 that permanently removed him from the courts. By chance of fate, it was against his former team, Sport Boys , that when he collided with the pink striker Jorge Lama , he had to be taken out of the field on a stretcher. After his successful recovery from a game injury, he became a successful executive at Kahan Drugstores.
He was international with the Peruvian soccer team on 9 occasions. [ 2 ] debuted on 6 of December of 1947 , at a meeting of the selection of Paraguay ended with a score of 2-2. [ 3 ] His last meeting with the national team was played on May 4 , 1949 in a 4-3 victory against Uruguay .
Participations in the South American Championship
|South American Championship 1947||Ecuador||Fifth place|
|South American Championship 1949||Brazil||Third place|
|Sport Boys||Peru||1941 - 1943|
|Sports University||Peru||1944 - 1955|
|Peruvian Soccer Championship||Sport Boys||Peru||1942|
|Peruvian Soccer Championship||Sports University||Peru||1945|
|Peruvian Soccer Championship||Sports University||Peru||1946|
|Peruvian Soccer Championship||Sports University||Peru||1949|
- Castro, Roberto (2012). dechalaca.com, ed. "Andrés da Silva: In the protection of the Marshal" . Retrieved October 1, 2014 .
- Pierrend, José Luis (2012). rsssf.com, ed. "Appearances for Peru National Team" (in English) . Retrieved November 23, 2010 .
- Pierrend, José Luis (2012). rsssf.com, ed. "Peru - International Results" (in English) . Retrieved November 23, 2010 .