Lazio are without Felipe Anderson and Dusan Basta for tomorrow’s game with Palermo.
Torino will be without Alvaro Gonzalez for at least five weeks after he underwent knee surgery today.
The FIGC released a statement confirming Claudio Lotito has been removed from taking the lead on reforms.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has compared Claudio Lotito to fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.
President of the Italian Footballers’ Association Damiano Tommasi and Lega B President Andrea Abodi join in the general outrage against Lazio's Claudio Lotito.
Twelve players are suspended after Week 23, including Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez and three Atalanta footballers, while Udinese are fined.
The man at the centre of the Claudio Lotito phoncecall furore has described the Lazio President as a ‘miserable human being’.
Andrea Stramaccioni blamed Udinese for “getting too angry” after a dubious penalty in their 1-0 defeat to Lazio.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle warned Claudio Lotito’s role in the Federation “is unsustainable.”
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta slammed Lazio President Claudio Lotito for creating a “feudal system.”
Stefano Pioli praised Lazio for their rediscovered mentality against Udinese. “The lads gave everything.”
Roma were surprisingly pegged back by bottom club Parma, but Inter ended their Atalanta taboo in style, Genoa smashed Verona 5-2 and Lazio conquered Udinese.
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Claudio Lotito doubled down on controversial comments, saying Andrea Agnelli “hates me” and Lega Serie B President Andrea Abodi is “a cretin.”
Andrea Stramaccioni believes the clash with Lazio today is “the right opportunity” to test Udinese’s mettle.
Stefano Pioli is confident Lazio will ignore “the media storm” and two straight defeats to get the better of Udinese.
Claudio Lotito claims “everyone was behind me” after his controversial comments and defended “my programme for reform.”
Ischia director Pino Iodice claims Claudio Lotito used “Godfather language,” criticising Andrea Agnelli, Adriano Galliani and Marcello Nicchi.
Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta said Claudio Lotito wasn’t entirely wrong when saying he “decides nothing.”
Lazio President Claudio Lotito hit back at the “ambush” of recorded phone calls released to the media, defending his comments.