SAMPDORIA U.C.


1990-1991


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Pagliuca Gianluca


Did you Know?

Pagliuca was born in Bologna. In his club career, he played for Sampdoria (1987–94), Internazionale (1994–99), Bologna (1999–2006), and Ascoli (2006–07). His most notable successes with Sampdoria include one Cup Winners’ Cup and one Scudetto; he also reached a UEFA Champions League final, losing 1–0 to Barcelona in 1992, at Wembley, in spite of his impressive performance. In 1994, he moved from Sampdoria to Internazionale from a then world record fee for a goalkeeper of £7 million.


SAMPDORIA U.C.


1990-1991


Match Worn Shirt


Pagliuca Gianluca


Did you Know?

U.C. Sampdoria won their first ever Serie A title, thanks to a remarkable season for a team playing on its absolute peak. Gianluca Vialli was the league top scorer on 19 goals, and Roberto Mancini, Attilio Lombardo, goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca plus centre half Pietro Vierchowod were also instrumental in Sampdoria’s success story.

Things to Know:

During his  whole career, but especially with Sampdoria, Pagliuca was very recognizable for his colorful fancy shirts. He was sponsor by Reusch first and then by Puma. During his period with Sampdoria his sponsor Reusch provided him shirts and gloves but since the team’s supplier was Asics, he had to hide the Reusch’s logo showing Asics’s logo on chest like it happened with this shirt.

Did you Know?

In 1994, Zenga transferred to Sampdoria where he played for two seasons. In the season 1995-1996 the team was once again condemned to midfield mediocrity, despite the services of super striker Enrico Chiesa, who netted 22 goals in just 27 appearances. Sven-Göran Eriksson continued with an attacking style of play, leading to Sampdoria scoring 59 goals in 34 matches, only bettered by champions Milan and Lazio. The backside was the many conceded goals it led to, with even relegated Torino having a better defensive record than the Genua team. Playmaker duo Clarence Seedorf and Christian Karembeu had great seasons, both compensating for the losses of Jugović, Lombardo and David Platt in the summer. The duo caught the attention of Real Madrid, and moved to Spain, with Karembeu staying put until the end of the 1996-97 season.


SAMPDORIA U.C.


1995-1996


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Zenga Walter


Did you Know?

Montella began his club career in Serie C1 at Empoli in 1990 before moving to Serie B club Genoa in 1995, where he scored 21 goals in his only season with the club, at the end of which he lifted the Anglo-Italian Cup. He then moved up to Serie A to city rivals Sampdoria, where he remained three years, until 1999, when he moved to Roma in a 50 billion lire (about €25.823 million) transfer. Montella made his Serie A debut with Sampdoria on 8 September 1996, against Perugia.

SAMPDORIA U.C.


1998-1999


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Montella Vincenzo

Things to Know:

The team in the season 1998-1999 completed its fall from grace by being relegated to Serie B, just eight years after its league title in 1990-91. Similarly to Napoli the year before, the club was no longer a financial power when it came to signing players, and its star player Ariel Ortega did not deliver to the degree Sampdoria had hoped for.

SAMPDORIA U.C.


1999-2000


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Castellini Marcello

Did you Know?

Due to Perugia failed to protect its place in Serie A, Castellini was signed by Sampdoria for the season 1997-1998. With the team he played two Serie A season, but in the second season Sampdoria concerned 3rd largest number of goals in the season, made the side relegated to Serie B. The Blucerchiati failed to return to Serie A by finished 5th, thus Castellini was signed by Serie A struggler Bologna.

SAMPDORIA U.C.


2001-2002


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Sinagra Simone

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2001-2002


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Grandoni Alessandro

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2001-2002


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Fantini Marco

SAMPDORIA U.C.


2001-2002


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Casazza Fabrizio

SAMPDORIA U.C.


2003-2004


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Bazzani Fabio

Did you Know?

Fabio Bazzani moved to Sampdoria in 2002, where he scored 16 goals in his first season with the blucerchiati in Serie B and 13 goals in his second campaign with Sampdoria, when in Serie A. During his second season with Sampdoria, he was capped three times in the Italian team. He was loaned to Lazio in exchange for Simone Inzaghi in January 2005, but failed to impress with the biancazzurri and returned to Sampdoria at the end of the season.

Things to Know:

U.C. Sampdoria returned to Serie A after a four year-absence, and immediately re-established itself as a team on the top half of the domestic championship. Goalkeeper Francesco Antonioli offered crucial experience, but apart from him did the bulk of the squad play in the 2002-03 Serie B, with top goalscorers Fabio Bazzani and Francesco Flachi quickly adjusting themselves to the higher pace of Serie A. Midfielders Sergio Volpi and Angelo Palombo also stood out. Right back Aimo Diana even earned a call-up to the national team following his performances.

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2003-2004


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Antonini Luca

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2006-2007


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Zenoni Cristian