Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Lazio 1984 - No.11 Laudrup.
Michael Laudrup impressed in the 1983 season for Brøndby, and was sold for a Danish transfer record to defending Serie A champions Juventus.
He was due to sign for Liverpool the same year on a 3-year contract, but Liverpool at the last minute changed the contract to 4 years and Laudrup decided not to join.
Laudrup's career would go on to be spectacular but it didnt go immediatly to plan. Under restriction of a maximum two foreign players in each team, of which Juventus already had Boniek and Platini, Laudrup was initially loaned to newly promoted Rome club Lazio for a single season, something that Laudrup had not been informed about before signing.
With Lazio, he scored two goals in his Serie A debut in a 2–4 loss to Verona. In his first year at the club, Lazio narrowly avoided relegation, but with still no place available at Juve, Laudrup had to stay for another year. Lazio started the 1984–85 season badly, and they finished dead last and were relegated to Serie B, with Laudrup scoring just a single goal that season.
This shirt is available to purchase for £25.99 ref:397
A sky blue 100% cotton T-shirt in small, medium, large and xl sizes.
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