Miguel Rimbo #4 Club Bolivar (Bolivia) Match Worn Shirt for Bolivian Tournament 'Apertura' 1994. Provenance: Former Club Bolivar 1994 coach.
Camiseta de la Club Bolivar #4 utilizada por Miguel Rimbo durante el Torneo Apertura Boliviano de 1994. Procedencia: Ex Tecnico del Club Bolivar durante 1994.
Miguel Ángel Rimba Alvis (born November 1, 1967 in Riberalta) is a former Bolivian football defender. He played 80 international matches for the Bolivia national team.
Rimba made three appearances in the 1994 FIFA World Cup and was part of the squad that reached the final of the Copa América in 1997. He made his debut on May 25, 89 in a friendly match against Paraguay in Cochabamba. He played the majority of his club career for Bolívar where he won six Bolivian league titles (1988, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997). Towards the end of his career he played in Argentina with Atlético Tucumán, he then had short spells with Oriente Petrolero, Real Santa Cruz and Aurora before his retirement in 2003. Over the course of his career he had 63 Copa Libertadores appearances and scored a goal.
Shirt details: Deportivo Landeta trademark. Made in Bolivia. Bolivar shield stamped on the shirt. Number stamped on the shirt. See photos for more details!