LAZIO NEWS

Sinisa Mihajlovic admitted his Torino job is in doubt after a 3-0 loss to Fiorentina and explained his Anne Frank gaffe.
Lazio dominated the first half, missed a penalty and hit the woodwork four times in an ultimately tight 2-1 win away to Bologna.
Check out all the confirmed line-ups for the eight Serie A matches kicking off this evening, including Bologna-Lazio and Fiorentina-Torino.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito caused more controversy when he said he’d visited “a mosque” rather than a synagogue to apologise for the Anne Frank stickers.
Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s nine Serie A games, including Genoa-Napoli, Juventus-SPAL, Chievo-Milan and Roma-Crotone.
Leaked audio reveals Lazio President Claudio Lotito sighing “let’s just get on with this charade” ahead of his visit to a Roman synagogue.
Lazio’s ultras say they are “forced to forego” tonight’s away game at Bologna after their anti-Semitism scandal.
Lazio have Jordan Lukaku back for Wednesday’s trip to Bologna in Serie A, while Stefan Radu is passed fit.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito slammed the behaviour of anti-Semitic ‘idiots’ but insisted a points deduction “would be wrong.”
Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic claimed not to know who Anne Frank was after Lazio ultras used her as a subject for anti-Semitic slurs.
There will be a “minute’s reflection” ahead of every Serie A match in Week 10 after Lazio ultras put up stickers depicting Anne Frank in a Roma shirt.
Gianluigi Buffon reiterates he’ll retire at the end of the season, with the possible exception being if Juventus win the Champions League.
Simone Inzaghi warns “there are no easy games” in Serie A, ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Bologna.
Lazio’s spokesman says the team will wear Anne Frank shirts in the warm-up against Bologna tomorrow.
Claudio Lotito reveals a new Lazio initiative, sending 200 fans to Auschwitz every year “to educate and make sure we don’t forget certain episodes”.
Fiorentina Coach Stefano Pioli says Torino is “an important game”, with both sides level in the table.
Lazio’s spokesman says they’re doing “everything possible” to stop racist and anti-Semitic behaviour, but “there’s a prejudice” against the club.
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare isn’t getting carried away by their strong start - “we have to be judged in the long run”.
Lazio’s Ultras insist the anti-Semitic slogans and Anne Frank stickers left in the Curva Sud are “not a crime”.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito will visit a synagogue tomorrow, after fans left anti-semitic slurs in the Curva Sud.