LAZIO NEWS

Lazio President Claudio Lotito and sporting director Igli Tare reportedly held a summit on Coach Stefano Pioli’s future last night.
Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo says the players are to blame for recent results, not Coach Stefano Pioli.
Coach Stefano Pioli says Lazio's draw with Sampdoria "wasn't bad luck, it's our fault".
Vincenzo Montella urges his Sampdoria to “maintain the attitude” they displayed in the draw with Lazio.
Alessandro Matri laments Lazio’s draw with Sampdoria - “we dominated from start to finish”.
A moment of madness from substitute goalkeeper Etrit Berisha saw Lazio draw with Sampdoria at the death.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti insists there are no doubts over Vincenzo Montella - “we strongly believe in him”.
Miroslav Klose assures Lazio “have the quality to get out of this situation” ahead of a crucial game with Sampdoria.
Sampdoria face Lazio without Eder, while Felipe Anderson is on the bench for the hosts.
Galatasaray sporting director Cenk Ergun rejects talk of a Lazio crisis - “playing Italian teams is always difficult”.
Napoli face Villarreal, Lazio will take on Galatasaray and Fiorentina have drawn Tottenham in the Europa League last 32.
Reports say Inter have chosen Bologna as Andrea Ranocchia’s next destination over Napoli, Roma and Lazio.
Stefano Pioli prepares Lazio for “the most important game of the season” against Sampdoria on Monday night.
Vladimir Petkovic warns Rudi Garcia and Stefano Pioli that “Rome is a very tough place for football, especially after a good first season.”
Marcello Lippi is “ready to get back to work” and looks back on his time at Juventus, Inter and why Calciopoli helped win the World Cup.
Stefano Mauri and Eddy Onazi returned to Lazio training, while Senad Lulic’s finger injury is progressing well.
Roma President James Pallotta “identified a possible framework” to resolve the ultras strike in today’s meeting with the Prefect.
President Erick Thohir praises “the new Inter” but warns “the season is still long” for Roberto Mancini’s side.
Lazio’s Ultras have dumped 10 sacks of manure outside the team’s training ground, in protest at poor performances.
Stefano Pioli saw Lazio’s draw at Saint-Etienne as “a confidence-booster and we want to go as far as possible in Europe.”