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  18/11/2011: Klose almost certainly out for the Napoli game
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A hard blow for Lazio: Klose’s injury will prevent him of playing against Napoli. He picked up a hematoma during the friendly game Germany vs. Netherlands. The hopes were up the hematoma can be absorbed quickly, but those hopes didn’t prove to be true. Klose assured Reja he will be ready on Saturday, but yesterday he was left in the gym and had massage procedures, which mean he is certainly out of the clash.

Another injury problem lies in the defensive department. With Dias missing the game Reja could go to Naples without Biava also. The former Genoa defender is in doubt for the game and the coach might need to field a never tested pair of Diakite and Stankevicius. The probable lineup for the game (4-2-3-1): Marchetti – Konko, Diakite, Stankevicius, Radu – Ledesma, Brocchi – Sculli, Hernanes, Lulic – Cisse.

With the winter transfer window approaching fast Edy Reja has expressed his hopes, that the squad will be strengthened. President Lotito also supports the idea: “If there is technical necessity the company will intervene to support and fill the gaps”.

(Georgi Angelov)

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