A group of Portuguese businessmen decided to get together to renew the Golden Boot – one won by FC Porto in 1998/1999, the other won by Sporting in 2001/2002 – and the Silver Boot (FC Porto, in 1996/1997). and the bronze shoe (Galatasaray, year 2000) which was stolen from Mario Gardel’s home in Fortaleza, at the beginning of the month, and in the meantime, the authorities have recovered it.
“It’s not about the financial issue, it’s about the sentimental value. It’s a legacy, a historical one”, declared the former scorer who, now, with the trophies in his possession, but damaged, received the news of MCH Stones, a company recently run by João Carlos Muchera and his son Joao Nuno Muchera. , who has more than 100 years of experience in the national and international market of the Moucheira family, and A Formas de Pedra, which was born to dedicate itself to extracting and selling marble in blocks and which ended up specializing in the field of designing this kind of noble stone, and will restore the Marmaris Hotel , represented by Maria Anna Alves, and classified as “a true museum dedicated to marble”, the grandeur of the awards. Jardel will travel to Portugal to visit the quarry where the stone on which the shoes will be placed will be extracted and to follow the entire delicate process.