Hugo Morales #11 Club Atlético Huracán (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentine League 1992-93 Tournament. Provenance: Former Huracan legend - Museum piece.
Hugo Morales ( Buenos Aires , Argentina , 30 as July as 1974 ) is a former footballer Argentine and current technical director, who currently lives in Bella Vista, nicknamed - "Hugo". With the Argentina National Team 5 References 6 External links Trajectory Hugo Morales began his career at Club Atlético Huracán , where he played for four years. But without a doubt, his consecration came in Lanús , a team in which he occupies the idol status, and bought his pass in a sum close to one million dollars. Huguito was part of the team that became champion of the 1996 Conmebol Cup by Héctor Cúper. Then he went to play in Spain , more precisely Tenerife , where he got promoted to the First Division thanks to his free kick goal. Later, he returned to Lanús and then played in Independiente. In the second half of 2004, he decided to play abroad, this time in Colombia . He played for Atlético Nacional , where he was crowned champion and became an idol of the fans due to the impeccable execution of free throws. During the last years of his career, he had a brief step by Millionaires , in which the lack of continuity cost him his place in the team.
Shirt details: Adidas trademark. Made in Argentina. Size 3 (Large). Adidas logo stitched on the shirt. Huracan logo and Ritmocar sponsor stamped in felt/flock material. Numbers stamped in felt/flock material. See pictures for all details.