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Tuesday February 11 2020
Boga dreaming about CL

Sassuolo star Jeremie Boga has revealed that he is dreaming about winning the World Cup and the Champions League during his career.

The former Chelsea player has impressed in Serie A this term and has won over the Sassuolo fans with his skills at the MAPEI Stadium.

But the Ivorian 23-year-old, with a past on loan at Stade Rennais, Granada and Birmingham, has revealed that he has some big dreams for his career.

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Tuesday January 7 2020
Boga: 'I feel better now'

Jeremie Boga said he’s still “in touch” with his old teammates at Chelsea and has revealed he feels "much better" at Sassuolo after "missing" the time at Stamford Bridge.

The Ivorian midfielder came to Sassuolo from Chelsea in the summer of 2018 and has played 42 games during his first one and a half seasons at the MAPEI Stadium.

He grew up at the Blues and said it was difficult to leave the club, as he was sent on loan to Stade Rennais from Ligue1, Granada from La Liga and Birmingham in the Championship.

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Thursday December 12 2019
Parolo: 'Lazio deserved elimination'

Marco Parolo concedes Lazio “deserved to be eliminated” from the Europa League, but “we really lost our way with the two Celtic games.”

The Aquile went out with a whimper after their 2-0 defeat to Stade Rennais, their fourth loss in six group games.

“We really lost our way with the two Celtic games,” Parolo told Lazio Style Channel.

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Thursday December 12 2019
Inzaghi: 'Lazio fate already sealed'

Simone Inzaghi admits Lazio crashed out of the Europa League a long time before their 2-0 defeat to Rennes. “I’d make the same choices, though.”

It is the first time the Aquile have been eliminated in the group stage of this tournament since 2009.

The Biancocelesti lost four of their six group games and knew this evening they could only qualify with a victory and Celtic beating Cluj.

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Thursday December 12 2019
EL: Lazio out with a whimper in Rennes

Lazio are out of the Europa League after their fourth defeat in six group games, losing 2-0 away to already-eliminated Stade Rennais.

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Thursday December 12 2019
Tare: 'Europa good for Lazio'

Lazio director Igli Tare hopes Celtic “do their duty” against Cluj and shrugs off suggestions they might be better off out of the Europa League.

The trip to Rennes kicks off at 17.55 GMT, click here for the line-ups and Liveblog.

In order to reach the Round of 32, the Biancocelesti must beat Rennes and hope already-qualified Celtic get the better of Cluj.

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Thursday December 12 2019
Line-ups: Rennes v Lazio

Ciro Immobile, Felipe Caicedo and Luis Alberto lead the Lazio attack, as they must beat Stade Rennais and hope for a favour from Celtic.

It kicks off at Roazhon Park at 17.55 GMT.

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Wednesday December 11 2019
'Lazio not thinking about going out'

Simone Inzaghi has assured that Lazio are not thinking about exiting the Europa League, even if already-eliminated Stade Rennais won’t give them “handouts”.

Lazio need to beat Rennes and hope CFR Cluj lose to group winners Celtic tomorrow to qualify for the last 32, and Inzaghi has confidence in his squad players to get the job done.

“We’ve prepared for the game very well, the lads have looked good,” the coach said at a press conference.

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Friday October 18 2019
Lazio fans guilty of racial abuse

Twenty Lazio fans have been found guilty of participating in racial abuse against Stade Rennais – six of whom are minors.

Lazio branded UEFA’s decision to hit them with a partial stadium closure in the Europa League “deeply damaging”.

However, Il Messaggero reports how special operations division DIGOS performed investigations using the Olimpico’s CCTV cameras.

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Wednesday October 16 2019
Lazio given partial stadium ban

Lazio have been hit with a partial stadium closure for their Europa League home match against Celtic after UEFA found them guilty of racist behaviour.

Lazio’s 2-1 win against Stade Rennais was investigated by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body, and it decided there were sufficient grounds to punish the Aquile.

The club will therefore have to host Celtic on November 7 with the lower half of the Curva Nord (sectors 46, 47, 48 and 49) closed off.

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