LAZIO NEWS

Edy Reja is already looking to next weekend’s clash between Lazio and Napoli, conceding that the destiny of both clubs’ seasons hinges on Week 31.
Andre Dias will undergo tests on Monday after he limped out of Lazio’s 3-1 defeat at Parma on Saturday.
Italian football is in mourning after the death of Lazio and Italy legend Giorgio Chinaglia at the age of 65.
Edy Reja admits Lazio will not qualify for the Champions League if they “have this lack of concentration. It’s unacceptable. We’ve got a problem.”
Roberto Donadoni hailed Parma’s “great victory against an excellent Lazio side,” although they are far from safe yet.
Parma caused a huge upset this evening by defeating Lazio 3-1 with a Sergio Floccari brace against his old club, leaving the fight for third place wide open.
Lazio continue their push for Champions League qualification with Tommaso Rocchi and Libor Kozak in tonight’s trip to Parma.
Walter Mazzarri insists “Napoli can beat anyone – including Juventus” tomorrow evening, but laughs off links with the Lazio bench.
Edy Reja believes today’s trip to Parma is “the crossroads for Lazio’s ambitions” this season, as they continue to push for a Champions League spot.
Serie A leaders Milan face a very difficult trip to high-flying Catania, while Lazio continue their Champions League push in Parma.
Lazio midfielder Matuzalem has received a boost this week with the news that he does not risk a lengthy playing ban.
Roberto Donadoni has called for an increased effort from Parma, even if he believes their performances to date are not accurately reflected in the table.
Mauro Zarate “still loves Lazio and would be happy to stay” if his Inter loan spell is not renewed, said his agent.
Former Juventus director general Luciano Moggi has warned the Old Lady of making a move for Lazio midfielder Hernanes.
Edy Reja admits it wasn’t the best of games at the weekend, but that the result was all that mattered for his Lazio side.
Juventus and Lazio have been hit with heavy fines as a result of their supporters’ behaviour over the weekend.
Assistant manager Giovanni Lopez celebrated a Lazio win, but Massimo Ficcadenti says Cagliari deserved more.
Lazio assistant manager Giovanni Lopez notes the victory over Cagliari “lets us continue to dream of third place.”
Lazio struck very late to squeeze past Cagliari and consolidate third place after Napoli threw away a 2-0 lead, while in the relegation battles there was a thriller in Cesena and stalemates for Novara and Chievo.
Tommaso Rocchi takes over from Miroslav Klose as Lazio welcome Cagliari to the Stadio Olimpico.