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  01/04/2014: Cana: "We'll all think about leaving"
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Lorik Cana has revealed to Il Sole 24 Ore that he believes every single Lazio player will at least think about leaving the club following the fans' boycott of the Stadio Olimpico:

"The president [Claudio Lotito] did not say that we all wanted to leave, but in a climate such as this, each player has his own reasoning. If a solution is not found, there is not a single player who will not think about leaving. It is difficult to play well here, and we know it."

"We are here to be professional though, and do our job, and then every player will make his own decision."

"Do I want to leave? No. We are part of a great club with a great history and we're proud to play here, but everyone makes their own decisions."
Author: C
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