Paulo Torres # 15 CD Leganés 1999-2000 Spanish Football League 2ª División match issued shirt
SEASON: 1999-2000 Liga Española de Fútbol 2ª División
BRAND: Joma, size XL, long-sleeved shirt
Paulo Manuel Banha Torres (born 25 November 1971) is a Portuguese former footballer who played as a left back, and the current manager of Angolan club G.D. Sagrada Esperança.
Torres was born in Évora, Alentejo Region. During his career, which was spent entirely in his country and Spain, the free kick specialist played for Sporting CP (this included a very brief loan at Lisbon neighbours Atlético Clube de Portugal), S.C. Campomaiorense, UD Salamanca – spending one season each in the country's two major divisions – Rayo Vallecano, G.D. Chaves, CD Leganés, S.C.U. Torreense, F.C. Penafiel and Imortal DC, retiring at 31.
Torres was part of the Portuguese national team, dubbed The Golden Generation, that won the 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship on home soil, scoring two goals through long-distance free kicks and three in total during the tournament. He also won two full caps, both in the following year.
- Paulo Torres # 15 CD Leganés 1999-2000 Spanish Football League 2ª División match issued shirt
- Very good
- with COA