Polito Ciro

Ciro Polito is an Italian football official and a former goalkeeper. Ciro Polito began his football career with the youth system of Salerno based club, Salernitana Sport, in the mid-1990s, and began to earn senior call-ups in 1997. Despite often being called up during the 1997–98 season, Polito was loaned out to Rimini for the 1998–99 season, and managed to earn a starting position for much of the season. With the club, Polito made 29 league appearances and returned to Salerno in 1999, but the young goalkeeper never earned a senior debut for his near-hometown club. In July 1999 he was involved in a swap deal with Lucchese. The deal saw Lorenzo Squizzi move in the opposite direction, with both players joining their new clubs in a co-ownership deal.

SALERNITANA U.S.


2009-2010


Salernitana vs Empoli


Unwashed Match Worn Shirt


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Ciro Polito during the Serie B game between Salernitana and Empoli which took place in Salerno, “Stadio Arechi”, on December 8th 2009. Salernitana defeated Empoli 1-0 and at the end of the game Polito swapped his shirt with an Empoli’s player whom we got it from. Polito returned to Salerno in the summer of 2009 signing a 3-year contract with Salernitana as the club lost Tommaso Berni, following the expiration of his loan deal and Salvatore Pinna, who was sold to Pescara Calcio. Polito managed to make 34 appearances (2 in Cup in all competitions for his club, and even managed a rare goal, but his efforts were not enough to save the club from relegation to the Lega Pro Prima Divisione for the 2010-11 Lega Calcio season.