| Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
| Darcy Silveira dos Santos|
(1934-05-24) 24 May 1934 (age 82)
Darcy Silveira dos Santos (born 24 May 1934), known as Canário, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward.
Over the course of nine seasons he amassed La Liga totals of 175 games and 45 goals, representing most notably Real Madrid and Zaragoza. He won eight major titles the two teams combined.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Canário played for Olaria Atlético Clube and America Football Club (RJ) in his country. In 1959 he moved to Spain where he would remain until his retirement, starting with Real Madrid and being used mainly as a backup during his three-year spell. He appeared in five games and scored one goal for the club in the European Cup, three of those matches being in the 1959–60 edition which ended in victory.
After spending the 1962–63 season with Sevilla FC Canário switched to Real Zaragoza, going on to be part of an attacking frontline that was dubbed Los Magníficos (The Magnificent) and also included Carlos Lapetra, Marcelino, Eleuterio Santos and Juan Manuel Villa – he acted as right half in the team's formation. He reached four Copa del Rey finals with the Aragonese during his stint, winning the tournament twice.
Canário retired at the end of the 1968–69 campaign at the age of 33, after helping RCD Mallorca promote from Segunda División. He subsequently settled in Zaragoza.
Canário gained seven caps for Brazil, all in 1956. Barred by Garrincha, however, he never attended any major international tournament.Real Madrid
European Cup: 1959–60
Intercontinental Cup: 1960
La Liga: 1960–61, 1961–62
Copa del Generalísimo: 1961–62
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 1963–64
Copa del Generalísimo: 1963–64, 1965–66
Taça do Atlântico: 1956
Taça Oswaldo Cruz: 1956