This shirt was issued for Sandry for the “Campionato Paulista” game between Santos and Mirassol which took place in Santos, “Estadio Urbano Caldeira”, on January 15th 2023. Santos defeated Mirassol 2-1. This is a very special shirt used by the team in this game only that was the first game played by the team since the death of Pelé. Santos wore this custom special-edition shirt dedicated to the football legend. Based on the 2022 home shirt, the Santos Pelé 2023 Tribute jersey features a classical collar while all brand and sponsor logos appear in white.nFurther details include the addition of a small crown above the Santos crest on the left chest as well as a black ribbon that’s placed in the center between the Umbro and Santos logos. Finally, for the game against Mirassol in the Paulista, all players changed their numbers to a reach a “combination” of numerals that added up to 10. For example, goalkeeper João Paulo, who, instead of the usual 34, played with the ‘3+7’ shirt and striker Marcos Leonardo had the ‘9+1′, according to Mantos do Futebol. That’s why this Sandry’s shirt (the player usually plays with n.6 on the back) has 6+4 printed on the back. Plus under the names the “Thank You Pele” was written in all the languages on the world. This Sandry shirt has the writing in Italian “Grazie Pele'”. Born in Itabuna, Bahia, Sandry joined Santos’ youth setup in 2013, aged ten. In 2018, aged only 15, he appeared with the under-20s in the year’s Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior. Called up to the first team by new manager Jorge Sampaoli, Sandry made his debut with the main squad on 31 January 2019, coming on as a late substitute for goalscorer Derlis González in a 4–1 Campeonato Paulista away routing of Bragantino. On 5 August, after lengthy negotiations, he signed a professional contract with the club. Sandry made his Série A debut on 8 December 2019, replacing goalscorer Carlos Sánchez late into a 4–0 home routing of Flamengo. He made his Copa Libertadores debut the following 20 October, replacing Jobson in a 2–1 home win against Defensa y Justicia. On 10 November 2020, it was announced that Sandry and a further six first team players tested positive for COVID-19. On 3 April of the following year, it was announced that he suffered a knee injury, being sidelined for at least six months. On 17 June 2021, Sandry renewed his contract with Santos until May 2026.