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  02/10/2011: Lotito asks FIGC for compassion in timings.
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Lazio President Claudio Lotito spoke to Sky and said that FIGC should time the games of Lazio better considering the team played on Thursday night.

Speaking to Sky, Lotito insisted that the team needs more time and the results will come:

"We have built a competitive team, I am confident in our abilities and with time the squad will show it by getting results."

Then Lotito complained from the Calendar as Lazio is playing their second game in three days.

"We arrived Friday morning from Lisbon, and playing on Sunday afternoon can make it difficult. It is not only a matter of physical fatigue, it is mental as the players will find it hard to concentrate on the tactics for every game. We should have played at night this Sunday."

(Mahyar Yahfoufi)
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