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Lot # 96: Rubén "Mago" Capria #10 Racing Club (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt vs Plantense (Argentina) for Argentina Clausura 1996 Tournament played at Buenos Aires, June 16, 1996 (Provenance: Former Racing Club & World Cup Legend, Ubaldo Fillol)

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Rubén "Mago" Capria #10 Racing Club (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt vs Plantense (Argentina) for Argentina Clausura 1996 Tournament played at Buenos Aires, June 16, 1996.

Provenance: Former Racing Club & World Cup Legend, Ubaldo Fillol.

Rubén Oscar Capria Labiste ( General Belgrano , Province of Buenos Aires , Argentina ; January 6 , 1970 ) is a former soccer player and current technical director and Argentine journalist . He played as an offensive midfielder or hitch and his first team was Estudiantes de La Plata . His last club before retiring was Peñarol from Uruguay . He is the brother of former soccer player Diego Capria . He is currently the Athens sports manager of Uruguay. He debuted on September 16, 1990 in the defeat of Estudiantes de La Plata against Argentinos Juniors . There he played 127 games in which he scored 21 goals until 1995. That year he went to Racing , a team that hosted him until 1997 and then went on a loan to Cruz Azul de México . He returned to Avellaneda that same year. In 1999 he goes to Chacarita Juniors , being until 2000 when he returns to Argentina . In 2001 he joined Unión de Santa Fe . In 2003 he plays for Barcelona in Ecuador and in 2004 for the Catholic University of Chile . That same year he returns to Argentina , this time to Newell's Old Boys , where champion of the Opening Tournament comes out. In 2005 he returns to Racing and finally finished in Peñarol de Uruguay , where he retired in 2007. His most important features were a great vision of the game and his excellent shot. Contrary to what is presumed, his nickname "Magician" does not refer to his exquisite and skillful game, rather it has to do with the birth of the Three Wise Men. It is considered one of the last hitches of Argentine football and a survey conducted by the AFA places it among the best in the history of Argentine football in that position. It is also one of the main idols of the Racing fans.

Shirt details: Topper trademark. Made in Argentina. Size 44. Topper logo and Racing Club shield sublimated on the shirt. See photos for more details!!

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