|Full name||Fernando da Silva Cabrita|
|Date of birth||May 1, 1923|
|Place of birth||Lagoa, Portugal|
|Date of death||August 12, 1992(aged 69)|
|1954–1958||Unhais da Serra|
|1970–1972||União de Tomar|
|1981–1982||Académico de Viseu|
|1986–1987||Estrela da Amadora|
|1988–1989||Académico de Viseu|
|1992||Esperança de Lagos|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He played as a forward for teams like Olhanense and Sporting da Covilhã, but he still had 7 caps for Portugal National Team, 4 for Olhanense and 3 for Sporting da Covilhã. His debut was at a 2–2 draw with Spain, in 11 March 1945, and his last game was a 0–3 lost to Brazil, in 16 June 1957, aged thirty-four.
He managed a number of Portuguese sides. He managed the National Team manager for nine games, in the season of 1983/84, after the resignation of Otto Glória. He led a technical commission with three other members: Toni, António Morais and José Augusto. He achieved the first ever qualification for Portugal for the Euro Cup finals, in 1984, where Portugal reached the semi-finals, losing 2–3 with France, in extra-time.
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