Anthony Domingo Silva
|Full name||Antony Domingo Silva Cano|
|Date of birth||February 27, 1984|
|Place of birth||Asunción, Paraguay|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Current club||Deportes Tolima|
|2006||2 de Mayo||20||(0)|
|2008||→Talleres CBA (loan)||6||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of February 26, 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Anthony Silva began his career in the youth ranks of Club Cerro Corá. In 2000 he made his professional debut with Club Cerro Corá. His play with Cerro Corá led to him being signed by Paraguayan power Club Libertad. During the 2004 Copa Libertadores, Silva helped Libertad to a famous 1-0 win over Argentine power River Plate in a match played at Defensores del Chaco on April 7, 2004. Argentina's Clarín raved about Silva's performance, stating:
After being primarily the number two keeper for Libertad, Silva joined General Caballero on loan during the 2005 season. Silva's rights were purchased by Italian club Genoa but never officially joined the Italian side. 
In 2006 Silva signed with Club 2 de Mayo and established himself as the teams number 1. After an impressive season with Club 2 de Mayo, Harry Redknapp brought Antony Silva on trial at Portsmouth in search of competition for David James. Silva impressed the Pompey boss but could not agree to terms, and decided to sign for Club Tacuary of Paraguay where he was promised to be the number 1 keeper. After an impressive season with Club Tacuary in which he played in the Copa Libertadores, Silva left Paraguay and was signed by Argentine side Talleres de Córdoba. Silva only featured in 6 games for Talleres in 2008, and in 2009 moved to Brazil to play for Marília Atlético Clube. After a brief spell in Brazil, Silva returned to Paraguay and signed for Club Rubio Ňú and quickly established himself as the clubs number 1. On 1/29/10 Silva was suspended by the Paraguayan Football Federation for doping, which Silva denied. Following the suspension it was reported that New York Red Bulls was interested in Silva.
Afterwards Anthony signed in June 2010 with Deportes Tolima of Colombia, with which Silva appeared in the 2010 Nissan South American Cup defeating Oriente Petrolero, Club Atlético Banfield and reaching the Quarterfinals, drawing with Independiente of Argentina but being eliminated by the away goals rule.
Silva has represented Paraguay at various youth levels. In 2001 Silva participated for Paraguay in the Under-17 World Cup and in 2003 participated in the Under-20 World Cup helping his nation reach the knock out stages.
- http://www.clarin.com/diario/2004/04/08/d-04815.htm (Spanish)
- danishfootballagency.com Profile
- redesport.com (Spanish)
- Player profile on www.worldfootball.net
- 2009 Clausura Statistics (Spanish)
- ceroacero.es (Spanish)
- es.fifa.com (Spanish)