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Starting lineup - published: 12.01.19

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GK Antonio MIRANTE Castellammare di Stabia

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GK Gianluigi DONNARUMMA Castellammare di Stabia

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DC Paolo CANNAVARO Naples

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DRC Armando IZZO Naples

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DLC Domenico CRISCITO Cercola

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DLC Salvatore BOCCHETTI Naples

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DLC Sebastiano LUPERTO Lecce

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DRL Danilo D'AMBROSIO Naples

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DR Gaetano LETIZIA Naples

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DR/AMR Ignazio ABATE Sant'Agata de' Goti

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DL Cristian MOLINARO Vallo della Lucania

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DL/ML Giuseppe PEZZELLA Naples

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DMC/DC Rolando MANDRAGORA Naples

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MC Antonio NOCERINO Naples

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MC Marco VERATTI Pescara

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MC Simone MISSIROLI Reggio Calabria

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MC Thiago ALCANTARA San Pietro Vernotico

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MLC Jacopo DEZI Atri

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AMRLC Luca GARRITANO Cosenza

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AMRC Ferdinando DEL SOLE Naples

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AMRL Camilo CIANO Marcianise

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AMRL/SS Lorenzo INSIGNE Naples

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FRLC Domenico BERARDI Cariati

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FRLC Fabio QUAGLIARELLA Castellammare do Stabia

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FC Ciro IMMOBILE Torre Annunziata

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FC Graziano PELLE San Cesario di Lecce

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FC Marcello TROTTA Santa Maria Capua Vetere

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FC Simone ZAZA Policoro

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FC/SS Roberto INGLESE Lucera

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Today: southern Italy

After the 16th c. either under, more or less directly, the rule of Spain and then of the Habsburg Emperor (1714-34), the Spanish Bourbonians (1734-99) came to the throne of the Kingdom of Naples and Sicily. Charles Bourbon (f. 1734-59) encouraged the development of skilled craftsmen after a century of foreign domination, and has the merit of building an independent and sovereign kingdom. Despite the personal union, Naples and Sicily will remain constitutionally separate areas. As natural opponents of the revolutionary ideas of France, the Naples Bourbon ruler joined the anti-French coalition.

After the short-lived Napoleon Parthenopian Republic in Naples (1799), French forces without greater resistance in 1806 re-occupied Naples, but this time Napoleon placed his brother on the throne, and shortly thereafter Marshal Murat. The French authorities have remained in the memory of the elite there as an episode of good governance surrounded by centuries of mismanagement. With the abolition of feudalism, the feudal lords ceased to be signories and now became the owners of their lands, and the new position gave them greater freedom of movement and greater initiative than before. In addition, they were compensated for the loss of some rights and privileges. Meanwhile Ferdinand fled to Sicily, which the French tried unsuccessfully to occupy. Following the failures of Napoleon at Moscow (1812) and Leipzig (1813), the Italian Napoleonids in Milan and Naples focused their actions on severing ties with Napoleon to enable the survival of their crowns and kingdoms, just as ex-Napoleonic military leader Bernadotte did, for example. in Sweden, but they remained unsuccessful. The final defeat of Napoleon in 1815 also restored the kingdom, which from then until 1860 would be called the Kingdom of both Sicily.