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Thursday October 10 2019
Lotito: 'Zero tolerance on racism'

Lazio President Claudio Lotito announced a “zero tolerance” policy against racism in the stands. “We’re tired of our image being dragged through the mud.”

The club has long struggled with a hard-right faction in its fanbase and this week UEFA announced it was opening an investigation into racist chants and Fascist gestures during the Europa League win over Rennes.

“Enough is enough, we are into a zero tolerance policy from now on,” said President Lotito.

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Thursday October 10 2019
Correa signs new Lazio deal

Lazio forward Joaquin Correa has officially extended his contract with the club until 2024.

Correa’s renewal was confirmed in a statement on Lazio’s official website.

He will reportedly earn €2m plus bonuses over the next five years, as per the terms of his renewal.

The former Sampdoria man returned to Serie A with the Aquile in the summer of 2018 after two years at Spanish side Sevilla.

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Wednesday October 9 2019
Acerbi: 'Italy enjoying football'

Francesco Acerbi said Italy are “enjoying our football” under Roberto Mancini and the Lazio defender is ready to fight for a place at Euro 2020.

The Azzurri have won all six Euro 2020 qualifiers so far, ahead of hosting Greece in Rome on Saturday and visiting Liechtenstein on Tuesday evening.

“We are happy to be playing in Rome, hope to win and put in a performance that entertains the crowd,” said the Lazio defender in his Press conference.

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Tuesday October 8 2019
Lazio take action against racists

Lazio have released a statement confirming they will try to identify and ban the supporters who were responsible for racist chants against Stade Rennais.

It comes after UEFA announced they were opening disciplinary proceedings into the allegations of racist behaviour in the Europa League match.

A verdict will be issued by UEFA on October 17.

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Tuesday October 8 2019
Immobile: 'I owe Italy a debt'

Ciro Immobile feels he owes “a debt to Italy and hope to repay it with interest both against Greece and above all at Euro 2020.”

The Azzurri host Greece on Saturday evening and then take on Liechtenstein, with Euro 2020 qualification within their grasp.

“I have always worked to reach the level of the great strikers like Sergio Aguero and Robert Lewandowski, but unfortunately missed opportunities to make that extra step up,” said the Lazio hitman in his Press conference.

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Tuesday October 8 2019
Fonseca given two-match ban

Roma Coach Paulo Fonseca has received a two-game touchline ban in Serie A after insulting the referee.

The incident occurred after the 1-1 draw with Cagliari, which saw Nikola Kalinic’s stoppage-time winner disallowed for a push.

Fonseca and his players reacted furiously, screaming into the face of referee Davide Massa after the final whistle.

The Lega Serie A have now handed Fonseca a two-game touchline ban.

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Monday October 7 2019
Lazio probed for Rennes racism

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings into allegations of racist behaviour from Lazio fans against Stade Rennais last week.

Lazio came back from behind to beat Rennes 2-1 in the Europa League, but matters off the field could be about to take the gloss off their performance.

That is because UEFA is probing the Aquile for alleged racist chanting from the stands.

The capital club have a history of incidents in European fixtures, while their President Claudio Lotito recently courted controversy for referring to white skin as “normal skin”.

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Monday October 7 2019
Inzaghi defends Immobile change

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Sunday October 6 2019
Liveblog: Serie A Week 7 Sunday

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from six Serie A games, including Fiorentina-Udinese, Roma-Cagliari-Torino-Napoli and Inter-Juventus.

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We begin at 11.30 UK time (10.30 GMT) at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, where Franck Ribery and Federico Chiesa push for a third consecutive Fiorentina victory as they host Udinese.

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Sunday October 6 2019
Lazio let Bologna off the hook

Sinisa Mihajlovic returned to the touchline in an eventful 2-2 draw with two red cards and a missed Joaquin Correa penalty.

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