Roberto Néstor Sensini is an Argentine football manager and former player, who played as a centre-back or defensive midfielder. As a player with the Argentina national team, he won both the 1991 and 1993 Copa América, also finishing in third place in the 1989 edition of the tournament. He also represented his nation in the 1990, 1994, and 1998 FIFA World Cup finals, finishing in second place at the 1990 World Cup. Furthermore, he won an Olympic silver medal with Argentina at the 1996 Olympics. His professional playing career started in 1986 for Newell’s Old Boys; where he won his first title before relocating to Italy in 1989, joining Udinese Calcio alongside compatriot Abel Balbo.
“Boquita” Sensini debuted for his national team in 1987, and played his last match in 2000. He played in the World Cup 1990, 1994 and 1998. In the 1990 FIFA World Cup Final Sensini conceded the disputed penalty kick from which West Germany scored their winning goal. He helped his country to a third-place finish at the 1989 Copa América, and he was also part of the championship teams in the 1991 Copa America and 1993 Copa America tournaments, as well as the silver medal-winning team at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, as one of the three over-23 players allowed per squad.
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Lecce vs Parma
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This shirt was worn by Nestor Sensini during the Serie A game between Lecce and Parma which took place in Lecce, “Ettore Giardiniero” Stadium, on August 26th 2001. parma draw 1-1 and at the end of the game Sensini swapped his shirt with a Lecce’s player whom we got it from. before Sensini moved to to Parma in 1993, where he remained for a further six seasons. During this period Sensini sometimes played in midfield and won two UEFA Cups, two Italian Cups, and the UEFA Super Cup with the gialloblu, also reaching the final of the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994. He would then have a brief stint with S.S. Lazio starting from the 1999–2000 season, winning the scudetto, the Italian Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, and the Supercoppa Italiana in his first season. After two years with the club, he moved back to Parma for a further year, winning another Coppa Italia in 2002, before returning to his first Italian club, Udinese, in 2002.