This shirt was worn by GIanluca Signorini during the Serie A game between Genoa and Internazionale which took place in Genova, “Luigi Ferraris” Stadium, on May 16th 1993. Genoa draw 1-1 and at the end of the game Signorini swapped his shirt with an Internazionale’s player whom we got it from. Signorini was signed by Genoa in 1988, after personal requests by coach Francesco Scoglio; during his first season with the club, he immediately helped the team to Serie A promotion by winning the 1988–89 Serie B title. In total, he played seven seasons for Genoa, all seven years as team captain; a hard defender and a fan favourite, he is remembered as one of the last (and best) Italian sweepers. In his later years at the club, he was a vital member of the Genoese “dream team” which managed to reach the semi-finals of the 1991–92 UEFA Cup, and became the first Italian team to beat Liverpool F.C. on their Anfield Road home turf; he also helped the team to a fourth-place finish during the 1990–91 Serie A season, the club’s best league finish since the end of the Second World War. He left Genoa in 1995, aged 35, to join his hometown club Pisa, then in Serie D, and retired two years later. He played 210 Serie A matches with 6 goals.