After Roberto Baggio, Alessandro Del Piero and Francesco Totti, Gianfranco Zola completes the list of playmakers in the “Italian Football Hall of Fame” by making his triumphant entry into the No. 10 alongside another No Zinedine Zidane. A great tribute to the man who was a great player. The former Napoli and Chelsea playmaker, to name just the most prestigious clubs he has played for, insists that “the company is not bad, I am surprised and delighted by this recognition. Football has changed, the director seems to be the to be close to strikers.” now outdated and even the talent had to switch, often to the wings, players with similar characteristics like Politano, Zaccagni or Verde are now played as wingers, the context has changed and they are asked to develop other qualities Pellegrini, they play in midfield .”
The former Azzurri playmaker enters the big Italian No.10. He was a number ten in the big tens era, when imagination reigned supreme and a number was enough to gauge talent. In his career, the Sardinian playmaker has won a lot: a Scudetto and an Italian Super Cup with Napoli, two FA Cups, a League Cup, a Charity Shield, a Cup Winners’ Cup and a European Super Cup with Chelsea, a European Super Cup and a UEFA Cup with Parma. Not bad.