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Gilberto Siqueira Lopes (SC-009)


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Lins, SP, Brazil

Home of Clube Atlético Linense.

Clube Atlético Linense is a traditional Brazilian football club from the city of Lins, interior of São Paulo state, in Brazil. Founded on June 12, 1927, was reorganized on February 11, 1930. Their colors are red, white and black. They won the Campeonato Paulista Second Division in 1952, and the Série A-2 (Second Division) in 2010, returning to the First Division in 2011, what has not happened since 1957.

They are the club that showed Leivinha, idol of Portuguesa, Palmeiras, the Brazilian national team and Atlético Madrid, was also the club that held the first international transfer of Brazilian striker Americo Murolo trading with Italy. Has one of the most curious football mascots of São Paulo state, with which it is intimately connected. Some episodes characteristic of the players involved a parade of circus elephants on site after winning the league's second division in 1952. In 2000, there was a parade of elephants from the track's premises Estádio Gilberto Siqueira Lopes.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome.

Dist. by SCOPE

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