*Unique Model * Pedro Omar Roldan #9 Velez Sarsfield (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina Campeonato Metropolitano 1977.
Museum piece for Velez Sarsfield collectors!!
*Provenance: Player Collection with PICS*
Born in San Francisco (Córdoba) on September 10, 1949 , he started as a striker in the lower ranks of Quilmes and reached the First of the Brewers without promising too much: just one goal in 22 games between 1969 and 1970. Forced to work for a living He left soccer for two years to work in a workshop, but in 1974 he returned to activity in Santiago del Estero. There they saw the leaders of Juniors who recovered it for professional football the following year. With the albos he played the Cordovan League tournaments and scored 17 goals in 29 games, which earned him the loan for Belgrano, during the Nacional, where he was supposed to be a substitute for the "marketinero" Manuel Rosendo Magán, a former Independent. It was not like that: he scored 10 goals in 14 games and became the player of the moment. In addition, with the celestial ones he made another 13 in 14 games of the local season.In 1976 Vélez acquired it for 1,300 million pesos and scored 60 goals in three years , climbing to tenth place among the top scorers in the history of those of Liniers. Already consolidated, César Menotti called him up for two games against Paraguay in 1977 and had him declared non-transferable abroad. He was one of the candidates to occupy the center forward position for the '78 World Cup, something that finally did not materialize. In 1980 Racing hired him in exchange for a millionaire transfer , but his decline began there: just 7 goals in 58 games. Already in decline, his last steps were in the León de México
Shirt details: Bote trademark. Size 40. Made in Argentina. Number stitched in leather material. See photos for all details!!