Friday, 27 November 2015
Fiorentina 1992 - No.9 Batistuta.
Though the season itself was far from Fiorentina’s finest moment (they were relegated from Serie A for the first time in 55 years after dive-bombing down the table from sitting second behind Milan in December), their 1992/93 away strip was very nearly a wonderful piece of work.
With a relatively reserved design (considering we’re talking about the early-to-mid 90s here!), a cool 'pop'-culture sponsor and a Viola-drenched colour palette that was rather pleasing to any young burgeoning Football Italia addict’s eye, Fiorentina’s garb was a joy to behold through innocent, unknowing eyes.
Sadly though, there was one small, purely coincidental design flaw that rendered La Viola’s change strip controversial – it was covered in swastikas!
Rumours quickly spread that the club – who were infamous for their fascist tendencies during WWII – had purposefully included the covert symbol into the design, though Fiorentina and manufacturer insisted that the design was purely accidental.
Regardless the shirt didnt appear the following season...
This shirt is available to purchase for £25.99 ref:01
A white 100% cotton T-shirt, in small, medium, large and xl sizes.
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