"Lui non ha la maglia."
Translation:He does not have the jersey.
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Interesting conversation. Am I correct to deduce that maglia is a pull-over shirt or jersey and camicia is a button-on shirt? Also, as I read comments to other questions, it sounds like one possible meaning of this sentence is "He does not have his shirt." Is that correct? Because if it is, then "He does not have a shirt" should also be a correct answer. LOL
Please read this discussion, it will help clarify for you the difference