Pedro Pasculli #7 PJM Futures (Japan) Match Worn Shirt for Japanese League 1994.
Provenance: Pedro Pasculli Collection-
Pedro Pablo Pasculli (born 17 May 1960) is an Argentine former footballer who played as a forward and is currently manager of Bangor City in the Cymru North. He spent most of his career with Argentinos Juniors and Italian club Lecce. At international level, he won the 1986 FIFA World Cup with Argentina, and came fourth at the 1987 Copa América. Pasculli's management career was mostly spent in the lower leagues of Italian football, but also included a few months in charge of Uganda in 2003, and two brief spells at Dinamo Tirana in Albania. In 1985 he moved to U.S. Lecce in Italy, where he became their second highest goalscorer of all time. He retired from professional football in 1996, after playing for Casertana F.C. also in Italy, helping the club to obtain promotion to Serie C2 (4th division). He ended his football career with Pelita Jaya in Indonesia. At international level, Pasculli won the FIFA World Cup with the Argentina national football team in 1986. He started their first match against South Korea alongside Jorge Valdano, and scored the only goal in the victory against Uruguay in the round of 16, but was unused for the rest of the tournament. Pasculli was also chosen for the 1987 Copa América, in which Argentina came fourth on home soil. He did not play any matches in the tournament
Shirt details: Enerre Trademark. Size XL. PJM Futures shield stamped. Enerre logo stitched. Number stamped on the shirt. See photos for all details!!