*Rare* Silvio Rojas #11 Bolivia National Match Worn Shirt for International Season 1985.
Provenance: *Player Collection*
Silvio Rojas (Thumbelina or Chino as he was known in his days as a footballer) had great speed, which added to the skill with which he handled the ball with his left foot, was unstoppable for his opponents. striker who although he played in times when the leaders ran to the last line and sent to the center so that the nine or ten score the goal, until now he appears as one of the top gunners of the Bolivian Professional Soccer League, with 147 so many to his credit. He started playing at the Cruceña Football Association School and its first teacher was Don Ernesto Ferrante. He remembers among his teammates Johnny Herrera and Luis Enrique Padilla, who also made their first weapons in soccer. For things of destiny, he had to travel, while still very young, to Cochabamba. There he was seen by leaders of Aurora, a club in which he made a preseason, but did not play for that team, but he did for Bata who offered him better conditions, both to play soccer and to work at the Manaco factory, where he became a footwear specialist. He played in the national team in two youth championships and in the absolute in three heats and also in Copa America, where he showed that he was at the level of the greats. He also played his football in Blooming, San José, Real, Orcobol and ended up playing for Destroyers in 1993.
Shirt details: Penalty trademark. Made in Brazil. Size 8. Penalty logo painted on the shirt. Bolivia shield stitched on the shirt. Numbers stamped / painted on the shirt. See photos for more details!!