Sunday, 11 February 2018
Lazio 1984 - No.9 Giordano.
Born in the capital Giordano soon revealed himself to be one of the most effective Italian strikers, winning the Serie A capocannoniere title during the 1978–79 season, scoring 19 goals.
With his powerful and accurate shooting the fans regarded him as the heir of Lazio's all-time top scorer Giorgio Chinaglia.
In 1980, he was arrested under the charge of participating in the national footballing betting scandal, and he was banned from the Italian championship until 1982.
Lazio had been demoted to the Serie B following their involvement in the scandal, and upon his return to competitive football, Giordano became the Serie B top goalscorer during the 1982 season, helping his team back into Serie A.
In 1985, he was sold to Napoli for 5 billion lire where along with Diego Maradona and later Careca, he formed the famed "Ma-Gi-Ca" front line.
Giordano, and the rest of the attacking trio, was instrumental in Napoli's first historical scudetto win of 1987.
This shirt is available to purchase for £24.99 ref:435
A sky blue 100% cotton T-shirt, in small, medium, large and xl sizes.
Please refer to size guide A.
Other sizes may be available on request.
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