Rare Jorge Guasch #8 Paraguay National Team Match Worn Shirt for FIFA World Cup 1990 qualifiers played in group phase 1989.
Provenance: Former Paraguay National Team Player.
Jorge Catalino Guasch Bazán, born 17 January 1961, is a former football midfielder. Nicknamed "El Chino" (the Chinese), Guasch started his career at the small regional club Guaraní de Davaru in the city of Carapeguá, in 1975. Scouts from Club Olimpia noticed his talent and one year later, in 1976, he was playing in the Paraguayan first division. Guasch became Olimpia's captain in 1988 and he remained with the club until his retirement in 1991, winning several national and international championships. He is regarded as one of the club's most important players. Contents 1 International 2 Honours 2.1 Club 3 External links International Guasch made his international debut for the Paraguay national football team on 3 February 1985, in a friendly match against Uruguay (1-0 loss). He obtained a total number of 47 international caps, scoring no goals for the national side. Guasch was part of the Paraguay squad at the 1986 World Cup and also competed in several Copa América tournament editions.
Shirt details: Textil Paraná trademark. Size 38. Made in Paraguay. Paraguay shield painted on the shirt. Textil Parana logo painted on the shirt. Numbers painted on the shirt. See photos for more details!!