*Historic* Edgardo Di Meola #10 Colon (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Metropolitano Tournament 1977.
*Player Collection with PICS* Colon Legend!!
Edgardo Roberto di Meola ( 23 of September of 1950 - 16 of November of 2005 ) was a football player Argentine who played in the club Colón between 1969 and 1981 , of which he is one of the historical figures. He was champion of the Santa Fe league with Colón in 1969 and a gold medal at the 1971 Pan American Games.It began at the San Cristóbal Club in the city of Santa Fe . In Colón he played 242 games and scored 70 goals. He also played a game for the Argentine national team, when César Luis Menotti was technical director, on October 12, 1974, against Spain (1-1). He also played in River Plate , Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata , Tigre and The Strongest of Bolivia . Di Meola scored 70 goals in 242 games with Colón For many years he was the historic scorer for Colón, until he was surpassed by Esteban Fuertes . Playing for the national youth team, he was a scorer at the 1971 Pan American Games in Cali, where Argentina was champion. He played in River Plate, Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata. In 1981 25 dates were suspended for a scandal in the party in which Colón descended. He then played in The Strongest in Bolivia. In 1985 he played futsal in Europe. As technical director he directed the Autonomous University of Bolivia in Santa Cruz de La Sierra, together with Ricardo Centurión , coming out runner-up. He was the father of two children: Edgardo Alfredo and Mariano Roberto Di Meola, who carry humility, simplicity and even the smile of Chiva.
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