HOME NAPOLI JERSEY N3 1953/1954
The shirt is in excellent condition, the fabric has the original characteristics, soft to the touch. The logos are in perfect condition.
Ssc Napoli blue shirt
Heavy wool model.
Number 3 in white leather.
With the presidency of the shipowner and former mayor of Naples Achille Lauro, Napoli has always aimed at the noble areas of the Serie A standings. Not everyone knows that Lauro's strategy aimed at popular consensus, in such a way as to centralize this consensus also in politics, as later demonstrated with the phenomenon of "Laurism" and as evidenced by the historiographers who tell of the curious electoral campaign of "o 'Commander" based on the "give and take" mode thanks to the gift of food and the famous mismatched shoes, to receive one before the vote and another after voting. The so-called "Berlusconi of Naples" spared no expense for the purchase of the Swedish striker Hans Jeppson: in the annals there remains the expression of a fan who at the Necklace stadium, after a ruinous fall of the blond center forward, exclaimed "Banco has fallen of Naples!". A historic joke that underlined, in the manner of the Neapolitans, how exorbitant the purchase of the Swedish footballer had been who, at the technical guide of Eraldo Monzeglio, in that championship scored as many as 20 goals, 3 less than his compatriot Nordahl, top scorer of the tournament. During this season, an unfortunate event that earned all the front pages of the time should be noted. On 10 January 1954, during a Napoli - Genoa match that ended 3-2 on the field in favor of the hosts, the match director, Mr. Righi from the Milan section, gave Genoa an apparent goal on the momentary 2-1. offside. To the protest of the Azzurri players on the field was added that of the fans present at the Vomerese stadium "Necklace" who even broke the containment fences invading the pitch. This cost dearly to the Neapolitan team because the 3-2 victory on the field turned into a defeat at the table with the score of 0-2.
TOP PLAYERS: Bruno Pesaola, Hans Jeppson, Amedeo Amedei, Ottavio Bugatti,
RANKING : 5th place