*Unique* Eduardo Emilio Delgado #9 Rosario Central (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentine First Division 1983.
*Provenance: Player Collection (Direct Provenance)*
Eduardo Emilio Delgado (born in the city of San Juan on July 31, 1958) is a former Argentine footballer. He worked as a forward and had an outstanding performance in several teams in his country. He is the father of fellow soccer player Matías Delgado . Emerged from the quarry of the Club Atlético de la Juventud Alianza , 1 while still a youth he joined Chacarita Juniors , a club with which he officially debuted in first class in 1975. For five seasons he defended the funeral jacket , before being transferred to Vélez Sarsfield to dispute the National 1979 . His next destination was Belgrano de Córdoba , during the 1980 season. The following year he signed for San Lorenzo de Almagro , a club that was hard pressed to stay due to the low point average it had; the campaign ended with the descent of the Cyclone, and although Delgado performed well, he had an opportunity on his feet to save the category, since on the last date of Metropolitan San Lorenzo he needed a draw against Argentinos Juniors to avoid relegation, and when the score was 1-0 against him, Delgado executed a penalty kick that was contained by goalkeeper Mario Alles, maintaining the result later. Eduardo Delgado with Raúl de La Cruz Chaparro and Rubén Alejandro Rojas at Rosario Central in 1985. He signed for Rosario Central in 1982; his debut match with the auriazul shirt took place on February 12 for the first round of Nacional , in which the scoundrel defeated Gimnasia y Esgrima de Mendoza 3-0 at the Gigante de Arroyito , with Delgado scoring the third goal; the central coach was Ángel Tulio Zof . He achieved good performances in the Rosario team, being usually a starter and sharing the offensive line with players such as José Toti Iglesias , Gerardo Manuel González , Claudio Scalise , Raúl de La Cruz Chaparro, among others. After playing the first three dates of Metropolitano 1984, Belgrano de Córdoba was transferred , in a barter that also included Chaparro in exchange for Germán Martellotto and Miguel Batalla. In this way, Central got rid of two of its best values when it faced the threat of losing the category, which ended up materializing. Delgado returned to Central with Chaparro in early 1985 to face the First Division B Championship , with the team under the leadership of Pedro Marchetta ; He played 28 games and scored 5 goals in the tournament, making an important contribution to the scoundrel quickly regaining his place in the top flight. 3 He left Central at the end of the year, accumulating 111 appearances with the Academy jacket , having converted 16 goals. 4 He continued his career with All Boys , Deportivo Neza de México 5 and Colón.
Shirt details: Topper trademark. Size 42. CARC shield and Topper logo stamped in felt / flock material. Number stamped / painted on the shirt. See photos for all details!