Gefferson da Silva Goulart
|Full name||Gefferson da Silva Goulart|
|Date of birth||9 January 1978|
|Place of birth||São Gonçalo, Brazil|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|1997||União São João||10||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in São Gonçalo, Rio de Janeiro, Gefferson played with União São João in 1997. By 2000 he setled in Trinidad and Tobago playing with W Connection. Between January and December 2004, Gefferson and his compatriot and W Connection teammate Ronaldo Viana played on loan with Serbian side FK Železnik in the First League of Serbia and Montenegro. The club was performing well those years, and Gefferson got the chance to play in the 2004–05 UEFA Cup narrowly losing against Steaua by a goal difference in the overall f the two leggs. He also played a game in the 2004–05 Serbia and Montenegro Cup contributing for the conquest of the cup title that year.
Gefferson and Ronaldo both returned from Serbia by the end of 2004 and were included in the W Connection team for their 2005 campaign. Already before having their stint in Europe, Gefferson and Ronaldo were key-players in the 5 seasons they had spent with W Connection before 2004, and helped the club win two championships as well as several trophies. Further more, upon its return, Gefferson won one more TT Pro League with W Connection and also the Golden Boot and Player of the Year award in 2005.
- W Connection
- TT Pro League: 2000, 2001, 2005
- Trinidad and Tobago Cup: 2001
- Trinidad and Tobago Pro Bowl: 2001, 2002
- CFU Club Championship: 2002
- TT Pro League Golden Boot: 2005 (14 goals, title shared with Earl Jean)
- TT Pro League player of the year: 2005
- Gefferson at zerozero.pt
- FK Železnik 2003/04 spring squad presentation at dekisa.tripod.com
- Arnold Dwarika set for Chinese stint.[permanent dead link] at socawarriors.net, 4-3-2004
- Gefferson Goulard Silva at news.sportbox.ru
- Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) Cup 2004/05 at RSSSF
- W Connection welcomes back two key Brazilians at legacy.guardian.co.tt, 24-2-2005