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S.S. Lazio have released an official statement from Edy Reja regarding the news in il Messaggero this morning. Reja was quoted as having told a friend that he didn't like the direction Lazio were heading and that he has decided to leave. You can read the story here:

This has now been denied by Reja as the club posted on it's homepage:

"With reference to the news published in il Messaggero, I have never released an interview to anyone and the statements and messages that were attributed to me do not correspond with my thoughts. I reiterate the statement I made in recent days that a meeting has been established with the club for the end of next week where we will decide the future."

"I would like to add that in the last few weeks I have had daily contact with the president and the club leaders. I am sorry that once again we tend to create a tense atmosphere to destabalise the environment by expressing judgements and evaluations about things which were not said, as has happened also in the past."
Author: Giannino Capaldi
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