Unique Juan Manuel Sotelo #11 Club Ferro Carril Oeste (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina League 1979. Historic Topper model!!! Provenance: Former Ferro Carril Oeste teammate.
Juan Manuel Sotelo Lorenzo (born 28 March as as 1956 in Buenos Aires , Argentina ) is a former footballer Argentine . He played forward and his first club was Ferro . He is 63 years old. Index 1 Race 2 National team 3 Clubs 4 External links Career He began his career in 1975 to be part of the ranks of Ferro , where he played until 1979 . That same year he went to Spain to be part of Real Murcia . He played for the club until 1981 . In that year he moved to Loma Negra , on his return to Argentina . In 1982 he went to Boca Juniors . Play for the xeneize team until 1984 . In 1985 he was part of the ranks of Deportivo Español . He remained linked to that club until 1986. For two months he played in Cipolletti to help classify the equipment to National B . In mid-1986 he signed for Quilmes Athletic Club , where he played 2 seasons, getting a promotion from Primera B to Nacional B and a runner-up in National B. In 1988 he moved to Chaco For Ever and in 1989 he played in Colon until 1990 , when He hung up the booties definitely. National team He never joined the Argentina National Soccer Team . He played the World Emigration Championship, in La Coruña , Spain , in 1982. It was a tournament where players were to be children of Spaniards and in which Argentina was champion.
Shirt details: Tag detail - Industria Argentina. Made in Argentina. Topper logo stamped in felt-flock material. Ferro patch black designed stamped in felt-flock material. Number stamped in felt-flock material. See photos for more details!