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Thursday October 1 2015
Mauri: 'Lazio must kill games off'

Stefano Mauri warns Lazio “have to control the game better” after a 3-2 win over nine-man St-Etienne.

The Aquile fought back from an early goal for the Europa League victory at the Stadio Olimpico.

“With an extra two men on the field, we really have to control the game better, instead we sat on our lead and even risked getting caught at the end,” Mauri told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday September 20 2015
Mauri: 'Painfully humiliating'

Stefano Mauri saw Lazio “painfully humiliated” 5-0 by Napoli. “Quite simply they played and we didn’t.”

The Aquile conquered the Stadio San Paolo 4-2 in May, but it seemed a lifetime ago after this crushing Serie A defeat.

“What happened? Quite simply they played and we didn’t,” the captain told Mediaset Premium.

“We were too slow, always second to every ball and then Napoli have strikers who can punish you.

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Tuesday September 1 2015
Lazio call Mauri, Matri

Stefano Mauri, Alessandro Matri and Ravel Morrison are among those named in Lazio’s Europa League squad.

The end of the transfer window means clubs across Europe are naming their squads for UEFA competition, and the Biancocelesti have finalised theirs.

Keita Balde Diao is included on the B list for younger players, while returning hero Mauri is named in the squad.

New signings Matri, Morrison and Ricardo Kishna have also made the cut, with injured striker Miroslav Klose included.

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Thursday August 27 2015
Mauri: ‘Lazio too passive’

Stefano Mauri believes Lazio were ‘too passive’ in defeat to Bayer Leverkusen in last night’s Champions League play-off.

The Biancocelesti were defeated 3-0 by the German side, meaning they were eliminated 3-1 on aggregate and will now contest the Europa League.

“We feel real regret and disappointment over last night,” Mauri told Lazio Style Radio today.

“We didn’t play the way we know we can. The Germans are a good team, as they showed, the regret is because we could have done a lot better.

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Friday August 21 2015
Mauri and De Vrij ready

Lazio named the squad for their Serie A season opener with Bologna, including Stefano Mauri.

It kicks off on Saturday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

Coach Stefano Pioli has to do without goalkeeper Federico Marchetti and both centre-forwards Miroslav Klose and Filip Djordjevic.

This means the only strikers available are Keita Balde Diao, Felipe Anderson and Ricardo Kishna.

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Friday August 21 2015
Official: Mauri back at Lazio

Stefano Mauri is officially back at Lazio after signing a new contract, but with reported anti-betting clauses.

The former captain had been released when his deal expired on June 30.

A brief statement released by the club this evening read: “S.S. Lazio announce that Stefano Mauri is registered to the Biancocelesti.”

There are reports emerging that this contract includes an anti-betting clause to protect the Aquile from any more allegations of match-fixing or illegal activity.

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Friday August 21 2015
‘Morrison will not leave Lazio’

Stefano Pioli assures Ravel Morrison is staying at Lazio but ‘he has to work harder when he doesn’t have the ball’.

The midfielder has been linked with a return to England, with reports in Italy suggesting he wants to join Queens Park Rangers.

“Morrison will definitely stay with us,” Pioli told journalists in a Press conference ahead of the Bologna game.

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Thursday August 20 2015
Miha-Soriano meeting Tuesday?

Sinisa Mihajlovic will meet Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano on Tuesday and Antonio Nocerino is set for a Milan exit, according to reports.

The Rossoneri are believed to have targeted Soriano as their next signing, although the club denied yesterday that an offer had been submitted for the midfielder.

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Thursday August 20 2015
Mauri arrives, Keita stays?

Stefano Mauri is undergoing his Lazio medical today, while Keita Balde’s Leverkusen goal could reportedly result in the youngster staying.

Former Biancoceleste captain Mauri departed at the end of the season amid match-fixing allegations, but is close to a return after he was cleared of all charges.

GianlucaDiMarzio.com has reported that the 35-year-old has arrived at the Aquile’s Paideia clinic this morning to complete medical tests before signing a new contract with the capital club.

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Wednesday August 19 2015
Mauri set for Lazio return

Stefano Mauri will reportedly sign a new contract with Lazio worth €800,000 per season plus bonuses.

The midfielder had been released when his deal expired on June 30, but is in negotiations for a return.

According to Il Tempo and Sky Sport Italia among others, Mauri has accepted a one-year contract.

The wages are worth €800,000 plus bonuses to reach up to €1.1m.

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