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Club Anglo Napulitano is a fan club based in England, dedicated to the calcio side Societą Sportiva Calcio Napoli. Also, the website serves as a general English language database for all information on the team that a dedicated fan will want to know, including statistics, history, legends and more.

The football club itself has a long history with connections to England. From when it was first formed in 1904 as Naples Foot-Ball Club it was Englishmen (William Poths and Bayon) along with Neapolitans (Salsi, Conforti and Catterina) who made it all possible.

This continued into the 1930s with William Garbutt as a manager at Napoli; it was while Garbutt was managing the club that they first came to prominence in Serie A's upper half. He led them to 3rd place finishes in consecutive seasons in 1932-33 and 1933-34.

Since this time links have been less common, however it was with Napoli whom Gianfranco Zola first burst into the footballing spotlight with, winning various trophies as the understudy to the great Diego Maradona. During the 1990s and early 2000s Zola moved to England and becoming one of the most accomplished players in the leagues history, he was later awarded an OBE (Order of the British Empire).


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