PIACENZA AWAY JERSEY ABM 1996/1997 25 DELLI CARRI
The shirt is in excellent condition, the fabric is excellent and has the original characteristics, soft to the touch, with intact seams, no halos and color discontinuities
Vintage match shirt, year 96/97, perfect condition, name and number Delli Carri 25, soft fabric, weft and patches in order, technical sponsor Abm, commercial sponsor Caripiacenza.
ANECDOTES AND CURIOSITIES
Discreet start for Piacenza in the 96/97 season, thanks above all to the contribution of the bomber Luiso. It is really a masterpiece of the 'bull of Sora' in reverse to put an end to the Tabarez experience at Milan, a team of which Luiso himself confesses to be an avid fan. The second part of the season sees the Emilian team struggling, with only one victory in 18 days and the absence of Luiso's goal which determines the loss of the place in favor of Tentoni. Meanwhile, at the last of the year, President Leonardo Garilli dies of a heart attack. However, the ranking remains bearable thanks to the 12 draws obtained in this long series. After the brilliant start to the season, Piacenza squanders the wealth of points finding themselves fighting for salvation against Perugia and Cagliari, for a single place that would guarantee salvation. The last phase coincides with the return of Luiso's goal in the home draw with Fiorentina. The last two home games determine the entire season. The draw with Cagliari knows of a wasted opportunity and leaves a bad taste in the mouth, but in the last decisive day Piacenza dominates Perugia gaining access to the play-off against Cagliari thanks to the detached classification. At the San Paolo in Naples there is no history and Cagliari is stunned with a dry 3-1, which sees the usual Luiso as protagonist. In the end there is also the satisfaction of Di Francesco's call-up to the national team for the Tournament of France, which the player will have to renounce to play the safety play-off.
Luiso, Delli Carri, Di Francesco, Taibi, Scienza
CLASSIFICATION IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP: 14th