Monthly Archive: August 2007

Aug 31

Carrizo deal is off, until January at least

This is a statement released by Lazio yesterday afternoon: “Lazio and River Plate would like to communicate that due to bureaucratic reasons, the agreement of July 18 is now no longer valid and Carrizo will remain property of River Plate until Lazio can sign him,” After weeks of twists and turns, Lazio have officially pulled …

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Aug 29

Lazio back where belongs: Champions League

After a thrilling match full of emotions and in front of 50,000 frenetic chants, Lazio managed to beat 3-1 Dinamo Bucuresti and therefore qualify for the main Champions League draw. Those of you who read my blog were aware of the injuries (and suspensions) Delio Rossi was facing and when you take into account a non …

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Aug 27

Diakite to undergo surgery – out for 3-4 months

From Lazio defender Mobido Diakite is to undergo surgery after scans revealed he has fractured his leg. Diakite sustained the injury during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Torino and it has now been decided surgery will be required to reduce the damage. Scans have shown that the 20-year-old has fractured his right shin bone following …

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Aug 24

Welcome to the new Serie A season 2007/08

Readers of this blog, I would like to welcome you to the new Serie A season for our beloved club LAZIO which officialy kicks off tomorrow at 18;00 CET. Even though all of expected that we would enter this new season in a better way, like having Carrizo issue resolved, having a better result against …

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Aug 21

Endless troubles – Carrizo move may stall

It appears as the deal for Juan Pablo Carrizo may fall appart. That is because unless the goalkeeper fails to obtain an Italian passport until 31 August, Lazio can not sign him as a non EU player as the places are taken with the signing of Kolarov. Here is an article from Channel4 to have …

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Aug 21 Announcement, a Lazio forum for international fans announced yesterday that because of some technical difficulties, they expect to be down until September. Until then, members are urged to join where the majority of members are already gathered and discussing Lazio. Also, monitor this blog from time to time to get updates regarding the …

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