• 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)

  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)
  • 1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)

1991/92 Napoli Away Football Shirt (S)


£44.95 GBP

Relive Napoli’s 1991/1992 season with this original Umbro away football shirt.

Player
N/A
Seasons
1991/1992
Size
Adults Small
Condition
8.5/10 – Excellent, few tiny bobbles (see photos).
Chest measurement
37-39 Inches / 95-102 CM
Patches
N/A
Shirt manufacturer
Umbro
Material
Polyester
Shirt Colour
White, light blue trim
 

Official Umbro Napoli away football shirt from the 1991/1992 season.

Condition of this vintage football shirt is 8.5/10 – Excellent, few tiny bobbles (see photos).

Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.

Napoli added their second Serie A title in 1989–90, beating Milan by two points in the title race. However, this was surrounded by less auspicious circumstances as Napoli were awarded two points for a game, when in Bergamo, an Atalanta fan threw a ₤100 lira coin at Alemão's head. A controversial set of events set off at the 1990 World Cup, when Maradona made comments pertaining to North-South inequality in the country and the risorgimento, asking Neapolitans to root for Argentina in the semi-finals against Italy in Naples.

San Paolo was the only stadium during the competition where the Argentine National Anthem wasn't jeered, Maradona bowed to the Napoli fans at the end and his country went on to reach the final. However, after the final the Italian Football Federation forced Maradona to take a doping test, which he failed testing positive for cocaine; both Maradona and Napoli staff later claimed it was a revenge plot for events at the World Cup. 

Maradona was banned for 15 months and would never play for the club again. The club still managed to win the Supercoppa Italiana that year, with a record 5–1 victory against Juventus, but it would be their last major trophy for 22 years. In the European Cup however, they went out in the second round.

Though the club finished fourth during the 1991–92 season, Napoli gradually went into decline after that season, both financially and on the field. Players such as Gianfranco Zola, Daniel Fonseca, Ciro Ferrara and Careca had all departed by 1994.


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£44.95 GBP