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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

New 2015-2016 Lazio Kit unveiled for Coppa Italia Final!


The New 2015-2016 Jersey will be used for the Coppa Italia Final.
Personally I like the 115 Year Jersey, and would love to see it tommorrow. No mater what lets all represent our colors and hopefully win another cup. 
Forza Lazio!!!


Monday, May 18, 2015

Official derby will be played Monday May 25 , 6pm local time

Serie A officials have bowed to an appeal by Lazio to postpone an upcoming league clash with Roma, moving the city derby forward a day to May 25.
The match was scheduled to be held on May 24, although Lazio argued they did not have enough time to prepare for the clash following their Italian Cup final on Wednesday.
Lazio will meet Juventus in the Cup final on May 20 at Rome's Stadio Olimpico.
The final was originally set for June 7 but was moved to the midweek date after Juventus qualified for the Champions League final against Barcelona on June 6.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Sampdoria 0 Lazio 1!!! Champions league in sight

Lazio are potentially just one win away from booking their place in the Champions League next season after beating Sampdoria 1-0 in Genoa on Saturday night.
Santiago Gentiletti's goal early in the second half was the only difference between the two sides, although the Biancocelesti wasted chances to win more convincingly. The result leaves Sampdoria clinging on to a place in Europe next season while Lazio can clinch their berth in the Champions League with a game to spare next weekend if Napoli fail to take maximum points against Cesena on Monday night.
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Saturday, May 9, 2015

Lazio in 9 men fall to Inter 1-2 !

Nothing but #RESPECT for the guys on the pitch today. Inters first goal was clearly offsides .
il mio sangue รจ BIANCOCELESTE...!'s photo.Nothing but #RESPECT for the guys on the pitch today. Inters first goal was clearly offsides .

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Atalanta 1 -- Lazio 1


 and Lazio shared the points at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia as the two battled to a 1-1 in Serie A on Sunday afternoon.
Giuseppe Biava headed the hosts in front before  equalised late in the match for Lazio, with the two settling for a share of the points in what was a balanced encounter.
Lazio nearly had a dream start when Keita Balde Diao was brought down in the penalty area by Andrea Masiello, but the referee ignored the Biancocelesti’s claims and Atalanta cleared their lines.
Their first shot on goal came courtesy of the 20-year-old Spaniard, with a curling shot from just outside the box on five minutes which was only just tipped wide by Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello.
It was then the turn of Lazio’s goal to be threatened, when Alejandro Gomez’s shot was easily saved by Federico Marchetti.
It would have been 1-0 if it wasn’t for Marchetti’s athletic save in goal, when he diverted Biava’s header from a Cristiano Del Grosso cross over the bar with one hand.
Edoardo Reja’s team continued to attack and dominated the next 10 minutes, but Lazio nearly took the lead just after the half hour mark when Keita’s powerful shot was deflected just wide of goal.
The hosts then nearly took the lead when Gomez’s shot from a low Bellini cross hit the post from a couple of yards out, and the visitors were let off the hook once more.
The half-time whistle came with a goalless scoreline, however, and despite both sides having chances to break the deadlock in the opening 45 minutes, they would have both been happy that they weren’t behind either.
Lazio then countered and nearly levelled the score when Keita attempted to pass the ball under the keeper and into the goal, but his effort failed as it hit Sportiello’s foot.
Keita continued to generate chance after chance and didn’t take advantage of them as a free header was put wide just after the hour mark.
Stefano Pioli’s side finally equalised in the 77th minute when a half scissor kick from Parolo took Sportiello by surprise from a corner.
The draw means Lazio drop to third in the Serie A table while Atalanta remain in 17th, still eight points above the danger zone.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Lazio 4 Parma 0



Marco Parolo, Miroslav Klose and Antonio Candreva hit three goals in six first-half minutes to condemn Parma to the second tier, with substitute Balde Keita extinguishing any unlikely attempts at a last-gasp comeback as time ticked away in Rome
Even though Parma knew results elsewhere could relegate them, the Gialloblu players started enthusiastically and might have opened the scoring inside the first seven minutes, which saw Raffaele Palladino twice worry Federico Marchetti.
But a fateful Lazio onslaught started in the 10th minute and ended six minutes later, leaving Parma in no doubt their race was finally run.