Tarciso #7 Gremio (Brazil) Match Worn Shirt for Campeonato Brasileiro 1980.
Museum Piece from one of Gremio's All Time Top Legends.
Provenance: Collection of former Uruguay Gremio player during 1980
Jose Tarcisio de Sousa , better known as Tarciso Black Arrow was a footballer and political Brazilian , known especially for built career at Gremio , where record-breaking matches and goals scored. Tarciso began his career as a striker in America - RJ , and, after distinguishing himself, moved in 1973 to Grêmio . At the Rio Grande do Sul club, he faced the hegemony of Internacional in the regional championships until 1977, when Grêmio broke it. He was part of the winning squad of the team in the 1980s, where he was Brazilian Champion in 1981 , in the 1983 Libertadores Cup and in the 1983 Intercontinental Cup . He is recognized as the player who most played with the club's shirt, 726 times, between 1973 and 1986. He is also the second player who most scored with the tricolor shirt, having scored 222 goals in the same period. With the rise of Renato Portaluppi , who started to stand out in 1982, he lost the right wing's title, being subsequently sold to Goiás. He also won titles in Goiás and Club Cerro Porteño .
Shirt details: Terres Malhas trademark. Size 48. All details stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!