|Full name||Fernando da Silva Cabrita|
|Date of birth||1 May 1923|
|Place of birth||Lagos, Portugal|
|Date of death||22 September 2014(aged 91)|
|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, Angers and Sporting da Covilhã, but he still had 7 caps for the Portugal national team. His debut for Portugal was in a 2–2 draw against Spain on 11 March 1945, and his last game was a 0–3 lost to Brazil on 16 June 1957, when he was aged 34.
He managed ten Portuguese clubs, most notably Benfica in 1967–68, helping the club to win the league title. He was also Portugal's manager for nine matches in the 1983–84 season, after the resignation of Otto Glória. He led a technical commission with three other members: Toni, António Morais and José Augusto. He achieved Portugal's first ever qualification to the UEFA European Championship finals, in 1984, where Portugal reached the semi-finals, losing 2–3 to France in extra-time.
He died on 22 September 2014.
- "Faleceu Fernando Cabrita" [Fernando Cabrita died]. S.L. Benfica (in Portuguese). 22 September 2014. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
- "Cabrita com a "castanha quente": "é um fardo bastante pesado..." [Cabrita with the "hot chestnut": "it's a heavy burden..."]. Portugal Ferroviário (in Portuguese). Diário de Lisboa. 28 September 1973. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
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