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Lot # 12: *Museum Gem* Mario Zagallo Brazil National Team Player FIFA World Cup 1958 Victory Winner's Signed Sash *Provenance: Ramos Delgado Collection*

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Item was in Auction "#GOAT Episode One",
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*Museum Gem* Mario Zagallo Brazil National Team FIFA World Cup 1958 Victory Winner's Player Signed Sash.

PELE 1958 World Cup Victory sash was sold in 2016 in 25,650 pounds. This is a Museum Collector Piece as Zagallo signed the sash and was the first player to win World Cups both as player and coach for Brazil!!

Zagallo won four World Cup Titles. Two as a player (1958 & 1962) and two as a coach (1970 & 1994)

This sash was presented after victory in Brazil to World Cup 1958 Champions such as Pelé , Garrincha & Didi among others.

Provenance: Ramos Delgado Collection

Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo (born 9 August 1931) is a Lebanese Brazilian former professional football player and manager, who played as a forward. He holds the record for World Cup titles in general with four titles in total. He was the first person to win the FIFA World Cup as both a manager and as a player, winning the competition in 1958 and 1962 as a player, in 1970 as manager, and in 1994 as assistant manager. Zagallo also coached Brazil in 1974 (finishing fourth) and in 1998 (finishing as runners-up) and was a technical assistant in 2006. He is one of three men, along with Germany's Franz Beckenbauer and France's Didier Deschamps to have won the World Cup as a player and as a manager and the only one that has done it four times. In 1992, Zagallo received the FIFA Order of Merit, the highest honour awarded by FIFA, for his contributions to football.He was named the 9th Greatest Manager of All Time by World Soccer Magazine in 2013.

 

Sash details: Arnaldo Faixas e Flamulas Trademark. Made in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil. CBD shield stitched on the sash. 

 

 

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