He had left football for a moment to be a coach of Santa Tecla, where he won a title
Sebastián Abreu, 42, is the new signing of the Uruguayan Boston River and this Thursday he joined the training of the verdirrojos, to add the thirtieth shirt of his sports career, according to official sources told EFE Agency.
The club's communicator, Karen Doldán, told the agency that Abreu will contribute "goals" to the team and that still do not know what number will play the former footballer of Magallanes, Puerto Montt and Audax Italiano.
The Uruguayan striker, who despite taking the role of technical director in the Santa Tecla Salvadoran, never hung up his boots, has a large collection of shirts, as noted by the Guinness Record obtained in 2017 for being the footballer who has played in more clubs on a professional way.
Apart from several Uruguayan teams, as Defender and National, the athlete has played for clubs in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Greece, Israel, Mexico and Paraguay. The verdirroja will be his shirt number 29 of club, thirty adding the one of the selection of the Eastern Republic.
Abreu also has more than 400 goals in his long career, although the target of "El Loco" that Uruguay celebrated most was the penalty kick, thrown "a lo Panenka", against Ghana that qualified Celeste in the semifinals of the World Cup in South Africa 2010.