*Museum Piece* Danival de Oliveira #8 Atletico Mineiro (Brazil) Match Worn Shirt for Copa Libertadores Semi-finals match played at Belo Horinzonte (Brazil) , September 24, 1978.
Provenance: (Incredible & Direct Provenance-See Pictures of former Boca Juniors Player who swap after the match) *PLAYER COLLECTION*
Danival de Oliveira , known as Danival ( Vespasiano , 5 November 1952 ), is a former Brazilian footballer , a midfielder role. Born in the state of Minas Gerais , following his retirement from the world of football he moved to Tubarão ( Santa Catarina ), where he found work in the sportswear sector. He played as a defensive midfielder. Careers Club Raised in the youth sector of Atlético Mineiro, he made his first team debut in the friendly match of 7 September 1970 against Curvelo's selection . In order to gain experience, the Atlético management decided to send it on loan to the Nacional di Amazonas , a club to which, in the past, it had often turned to sell its players on a provisional basis. Returning after twenty games played in the Segundo Campeonato Nacional de Clubes , he became a regular part of the starting lineup, attending x editions of the recently created national championship .After 300 games and 59 total goals (the last appearance was on December 6, 1978 against Araxá, in the state championship) he was sold to Vila Nova, a club in the State of Goiás . With the new club he played two further editions of the Série A, and subsequently moved to the Portuguesa, a club in the state of Sao Paulo , with which he arrived to play two games in the top flight. He ended his career in 1984 . National In 1975 he obtained a call for the Copa América . In the 4-3-3 chosen by the coach, Danival occupied the role of the central midfield trio, alongside Vanderlei and Roberto Batata. In his debut on July 31 against Venezuela , he scored the 2-0 goal in the fiftieth minute. The clash with Argentina rewarded the Brazilians, who won 2-1, and once again Danival started as a starter and played the whole game. In 6-0 with Venezuela the midfielder reached the second goal, marking the momentary 3-0 at the thirty-seventh; in the next match against Argentina, Danival decided the match with a goal in the 45th. The latter was also the last game played by Danival in the national team, since he was replaced by Geraldo in the next phase of the tournament.
Shirt details: Petrópolis trademark. Made in Brazil. Mineiro logo stitched on the shirt. Number stitched on the shirt. See photos for all details!!