Rare Francesco Coco #27 AC Milan (Italy) Match Worn Shirt for Serie A (Calcio) League 1995-96 season. Provenance: Former San Siro Musuem Official.
Rara Camiseta - maglia del AC Milan (Italia) usada por Francesco Coco durante la Temporada 1995-96 de la Liga Italiana 'Serie A'. Procedencia: Oficial del Museo de San Siro.
Francesco Coco (born 8 January 1977) is a retired Italian football defender. He has represented Italy at the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
Born in Paternò, Coco spent the majority of his club career with the Milan clubs; first with A.C. Milan between 1993 and 2002 and later with F.C. Internazionale between 2002 and 2007. He also had several loan spells with Vicenza Calcio, Torino F.C. and FC Barcelona. He won two Scudetti with Milan. He won the Coppa Italia with Inter during the 2004–05 season.
Coco played for the Italy U18 team in the intermediary round of 1995 European Under-18 Football Championship and the Italy U21 team at the 1996 and 1998 UEFA U-21 Championship qualifying phases, playing also in the final round in the successful 2000 campaign under manager Marco Tardelli. Also, Coco played for the victorious Italy U23 team at the 1997 Mediterranean Games. Coco's full debut for the Italy national football team came in a 3–0 win against Romania, on 7 October 2000, in a 2002 World Cup qualifying match under Giovanni Trapattoni. He also played for Italy in 2002 FIFA World Cup, and was last called up to the national side in September 2002. He achieved a total of 17 caps with the azzurri.
Shirt details: Lotto Trademark. Made in Italy. Milan shield stitched. Lotto logo stitched. Name and numbers sublimated on the shirt. See photos for more details!