Jorge Borelli #6 River Plate (Argentina) Match Worn Shirt for Argentina First Division - Metropolitano Tournament 1984. Provenance: Former River Plate 1984 player.
Camiseta de River Plate (Argentina) #6 usada por Jorge Borelli en el Torneo Metropolitano 1984 de la Primera División Argentina. Procedencia: Ex Jugador de River Plate durante 1984.
Jorge Horacio Borelli (born 2 November 1964, in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine former football (soccer) player. He played in the defence at both club and international levels, and with the Argentina national football team, he featured in the team's victorious 1993 Copa América campaign in Ecuador, and at the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States. Borelli began his career at Platense in 1980, he soon came to the attention of River Plate and signed for the Argentine giants in 1985. In his time at River he helped the club to win the 1985-1986 Primera, their first Copa Libertadores, the Copa Intercontinental and the Copa Interamericana. In 1989, he left River to play for UANL Tigres but in 1991 he returned to Argentina to play for Racing Club de Avellaneda. In 1994, he moved to Club Atlético San Lorenzo de Almagro where he won the Clausura 1995 tournament. Borelli retired as a player in 1996. Borelli has a Mexican son, called Eder, who currently plays for UANL Tigres.
Shirt details: Adidas trademark 'La Ciencia del Deporte'. Made in Argentina. Size 40. Adidas logo stitched on the shirt. Number stitched in leather material. See all pictures for more details.