Carlos Arias #2 Bolivia National Team Match Worn Shirt for International Season 1989. Provenance: Former Bolivia National Team Headcoach.
Carlos Arias Torrico ( Cliza , 26 August 1956 ) is a former Bolivian footballer , with a defensive role. He began his career as a midfielder , wearing the number 10 shirt, but then repositioned in defense. Career Club Arias began his career in the Liga del Fútbol Profesional Boliviano by participating in the 1979 tournament with Wilstermann. He later became the owner of the Cochabamba club , winning two titles there. Having moved to Bolívar in 1983 , he also won the championship with this formation; then returned to the Wilstermann. In 1984 and 1985 he remained in the club of the red-blue club; in 1986 it was again bought by the Bolívar. Still as owner, Arias played five championships with the company from La Paz , surpassing the 130 top-flight appearances. In 1991 he moved to San José in Oruro, with which he closed his career the following year. National On 19 July 1983 he made his debut in the senior national team. In 1983 it was included in the list for the Copa América .He debuted in this competition on 21 August at the Estadio Hernando Siles , taking the field as a right-back in the meeting with Peru . He then played the second match with Colombia , always in the same role. Four years later he traveled with the Bolivian national team to Argentina, where the Copa América was held . He made his debut against Paraguay , playing as a midfielder. He was also employed on 1 July with Colombia. In 1989 he was called to participate in the Copa América in Brazil : he debuted on 6 July in Goiânia against Ecuador . Both on that occasion and against Chile (8 July) and Argentina (10 July) he was deployed in midfield.
Shirt details: Penalty trademark. Made in Brazil. Size L. Bolivia shield stamped on the shirt. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for more details!