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Lot # 14: *Museum Piece* Rubén Omar Sanchez #17 Boca Juniors (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt & Champion Medal for Argentina First Division & Copa Argentina Tournaments in 1969 (Boca Juniors Legend)

Starting Bid: $500.00

Bids: 4 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "Soccer Beat",
which ran from 10/25/2019 10:00 PM to
11/9/2019 11:00 AM



Rubén Omar Sanchez #17 Boca Juniors (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt & Champion Medal for Argentina First Division & Copa Argentina Tournaments in 1969. Boca Juniors was the champion in 1969. Provenance: Rubén Omar Sanchez.

Unique jersey + 1969 First Division Golden Medal issued to Rubén Sanchez. Museum Piece!!


Rubén Omar Sánchez (July 29, 1945, Buenos Aires, Argentina) best known by his nickname "Loco" is a former Argentine footballer who worked in the position of goalkeeper. Emerged from the lower Boca Juniors Athletic Club, made its debut in the First Division of Argentina in 1966. With the "xeneize" conquered a total of three titles. He is the fourth goalkeeper with more presences in the history of the «xeneizes», having had 321 presences in the institution, standing behind Hugo "Loco" Gatti, "Mono" Navarro Montoya and Antonio Roma, respectively. He was the substitute for Antonio Roma for a long time, but he was finally able to establish himself in 1969, where he was the undisputed holder until 1975, his successor in the arc was the aforementioned "Crazy" Gatti. With Boca Juniors jersey he played against River Plate memorable classics, among which the draw in 2 in the Monumental by the National of 1969 (2 goals of Norberto Madurga) with the team of Alfredo Di Stéfano turning the Olympic round stands out. Another memorable Superclassic was 4 to 0 also in El Monumental for Metro '72 (Mané Ponce, author of two goals and Curioni, author of two remaining goals). Considered a symbol of the Boca Juniors arc in its history, it went on to posterity as the archer with more presences of the xeneize quarry. He retired from football in Italian football. More precisely in the Newfoundland of the city of Sicily. He was international with the Argentine National Team with which he played 28 games and was selected a total of 65 times. Convened by César Luis Menotti at the beginning of the process that concluded with the first World Cup in football won by Argentina.

Shirt details: Made in Argentina. Numbers stitched in cloth material. See pictures for more details!!

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