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  12/12/2011: Bianchini: "We will not rush back our injured"
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Lazio's Club Doctor Roberto Bianchini discussed the injury situation of the team with LazioLand's Paolo Peroso during Lazio World's Radio show on Lazio Style Radio.

Paolo Peroso transmitted the concern of Laziali around the world due to the increasing number of injuries at Lazio this season, and Dr. Bianchini admitted that the club is in a tough situation due to the increased number of games this season.

"When our players are playing 2 games every week, the chances of injury increases. When we have injured players, those filling their places, will be playing more and also would be injury prone."

Asked about the date when many of the injured players return, Dr. Bianchini said that Lazio will not rush any of the players back to avoid a difficult situation like that of Mauri.

"We will not rush anyone back, the injuries are not very serious, but we cannot rush players back. We need to make sure everyone is at 100 % before we put them back on the field."

(Mahyar Yahfoufi)

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