Forty years and now 28 clubs: Uruguayan Sebastián Abreu has added a new team with his signature career to his already extensive career Rio Branco Atlético Clube, the fourth Division of Brazil. In this way, Uruguay continues to increase its record, which is in the Guinness Book as the footballer who wore most T-shirts.
President Luciano Mendoca, Lease is the biggest in club history and the announcement of social networks is worth the Hollywood star. "There is no fool, Alvinegro is alive:" El Loco "Abreu is a new reinforcement of Rio Branco," they wrote on their Facebook page.
With his march from Magallanes from Chile, Abreu will open his fourth stage in football in Brazil. "Charrúa" is one of the great idylls of the Botafogo de Río, where he played between 2010 and 2012.
After the first championship in 1994, "Loco" crossed over a large continent like a river, a brand new champion of Copa Libertadores, Uruguay's national team, Gremi and America's Mexico. In Europe he played with Deportivo La Coruña (1998) and Real Sociedad (2009).
In recent years, his career He decided to stay in history as a player who wore most of the T-shirts and started a race for smaller clubs in Latin America.
Together, Abreu's globetrotter has played in ten countries: Uruguay, Argentina, Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greece and Israel.
"Loco" also played the World Cup of Japan / South Korea 2002 and South Africa 2010 with "La Celeste", in addition to the three American Cups.