Roberto 'Tito' Pompei #10 Estudiantes De La Plata (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina First Division Apertura Tournament 2000. Provenance: Former Argentine First Division 2000 Player.
Roberto Fabián Pompei (born 14 March 1970 in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine footballer and is currently the manager of Oriente Petrolero.
As a player he worked in the position of playmaker and left midfielder. With Vélez Sarsfield, the club from which he emerged, he was champion of the Copa Libertadores in 1994 after beating the San Pablo of Brazil by penalties - he converted the defining penalty - and of the Intercontinental Cup, defeating by 2 to 0 in a historic final at Milan of Fabio Capello. From 1997 to 2000 he played at Real Oviedo, in the First Division of Spain, where he played more than 90 games and converted 16 goals. In Argentina, he also played in teams such as Racing, Estudiantes de La Plata, Arsenal de Sarandí and Huracán and was led by coaches such as Carlos Bianchi and Carlos Bilardo. He finally retired in 2005.
Pompei previously work as the Boca Juniors youth manager and also as their interim manager in two different occasions during 2010. He also managed Peruvian club Deportivo Municipal in 2015.
Shirt details: Mitre trademark. Made in Argentina. Size Large. Estudiantes shield stitched. Numbers stamped on the shirt. See photos for more details!