*Museum Gem* Juan Ramon Comas #7 Real Murcia (Spain) Match Worn Shirt for Spanish League 1989-90.
*Provenance: Player Collection*
Juan Ramón Comas Romero ( Paraná , Entre Ríos Province , Argentina ; September 12 , 1962 ) is a former soccer player and current Argentine technical director . He played as a forward and his first team was Patronato de Paraná . His last club before retiring was Belgrano de Paraná . He made his debut in the First Division in 1982 with Unión de Santa Fe . Later, he played in Primera B with Chacarita Juniors and Cipolletti de Río Negro. He played two more years in the First Division with Racing de Córdoba , before making the jump to the Spanish league in 1989 . He played two years with Real Murcia in the Second Division, achieving the Pichichi Trophy as the top scorer in the category in the 1990/91 season, in which he scored 23 goals. Then he went through Rayo Vallecano with which he was promoted to the First Division . However, as he did not have minutes in the highest category, in the 1992/93 winter market he returned to Second for the military at Atlético Marbella 2 where, despite playing only half a season, he finished as the team's top scorer, with ten goals. In the summer he signed for Betis , where he was fired six months later, before the end of the season. 3 Then he decided to return to Argentina to join Argentinos Juniors . Already in the twilight of his career, he returned to his hometown to play for Board of Trustees , Ministry and Belgrano before hanging up his boots at age 43. 4 After his retirement, he has trained several Argentine clubs. His first club as a coach was SOEVER, then CA Universitario , CA Patronato 5 or the women's team Las Vampiresas de Paraná.
Shirt details: Puma trademark. Puma logo embroidery. Real Murcia shield stitched on the shirt. Number stamped / painted on the shirt. See photos for all details!!