*Museum Piece* Omar Palma #10 River Plate (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina Season 1987-88.
Provenance: *PLAYER Collection*
Omar Palma is a midfielder. He was born on April 12, 1958, in the city of Campo Largo in the Chaco Province of Argentina. He played most of his career for Rosario Central in Argentina. He was the top scorer of the 1986–87 season with 20 goals in 38 games for Central's championship winning campaign. Palma made his debut with Rosario Central in 1979, he went on to win two titles with the club, the Nacional in 1980 and the 1986-1987 championship. After his goalscoring feats of the '86–87 season he was signed by Argentine giants River Plate, but his two seasons with the club were far from successful but he did play in both legs of the Copa Interamericana 1987, which River won 3-0. Palma was sold to Mexican club CD Veracruz in 1989 but he soon returned to Rosario Central. Central won the Copa Conmebol (currently known as Copa Sudamericana) in 1995 and Palma finally retired in 1998 at the age of 40 after making 339 league appearances and scoring 61 goals for the club. He played 355 games for them in all competitions scoring 63 goals.
Shirt details: Adidas trademark. Size 40. Made in Argentina. 'Lion' shield stitched on the shirt. Adidas logo stamped in felt / flock material. Numbers stamped in felt / flock material. See photos for all details!!