*Rare Model* Cristian Daniele #14 Rosario Central (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentine Clausura Tournament 1998.
*Provenance: Former Rosario Central Legend*
Cristian Ricardo Daniele is a former Rosario footballer and current coach. He served as a central midfielder and was noted for his efficiency. 1 His brother Adrián "Mono" Daniele was also a footballer and is currently a DT. His debut in the scoundrel took place during the Apertura of 1991 , in a match valid for the fourth date of the tournament against Independiente (tie 0-0); the coach was Ángel Tulio Zof . The next tournament he had already won the title. With the arrival of Pedro Marchetta his chances of playing diminished; he even temporarily left football, working as a taxi driver, until Ángel Zof got him back for the start of the 1995-96 season. Daniele had an active participation in the conquest of the 1995 Conmebol Cup , being the player who brought balance with his brand in a midfield full of offensive players ( Omar Palma , Raúl Gordillo, Vitamina Sánchez and Eduardo Coudet ). It continued until mid-1999, having also achieved runner-up in the 1998 Conmebol Cup . He totaled 189 games and 3 goals wearing the Auriazul jacket. 2 He then emigrated to Mexico . He first played for Monterrey in the 1999 Winter Tournament . Then he disputed the first semester of 2000 for Saltillo, in the Aztec ascent. 3 He returned to Argentina , signing for Lanús , a club in which he played two seasons.
Shirt details: Le Coq Sportif trademark. Made in Argentina. Size 4 (X-large).Le Coq Sportif logo sublimated on the shirt. Rosario Central logo stitched on the shirt. Numbers stamped on the shirt. See photos for all details!!