*Superb Lot* Vintage Angel Romano Uruguay National Team Copa America 1917 Finals Match Worn Boots.
!!!Angel Romano was the top scorer and Golden Boot of Copa America 1917!!!
*Provenance: Grandson of Angel Romano, Ruben Carlos Marteau Romano*
Alfredo Ángel Romano (2 August 1893 – 22 August 1972) was a Uruguayan football striker who played 70 games for his national team between 1911 and 1927, scoring 28 goals. He played in the Copa América nine times, finishing on the winning side on six occasions, losing one final and finishing third twice. He was also part of the Uruguayan team that won the football tournament in the 1924 Olympics. Romano played club football for Nacional between 1910 and 1930, scoring 164 goals in 388 games. The club won 21 titles during his time as a player. He is the all-time topscorer of the Copa Newton with 4 goals and won a staggering of a total of 50 titles in his career. He retired at the age of 37 playing only for Nacional Montevideo and he remains one the club's legends.
Boots details: Leather material. Size: 11 inches (see photo). See photos for all details!!