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PostSubject: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:37 pm

After Bari defeat the atmosphere in Rome became very Hot.
All radios, newspapers and 90% of the fans are now gainst la societa', the Mr, and the Team.
The critics are so strong and full of poison that you can imagine how difficutl could be tomorrow the match against Cagliari!
Is really a delicate situation and we are expecting a huge demonstration during the match.

But today in Formello a small group had already Face to face with Kolarow and , mainly with Lotito , Tare Ballardini!
Also Rocchi has been insulted and the training have been suspended under police protection.....

Bat times....

The News reporting my summary.
A Formello suona la sveglia. In casa Lazio è il giorno dell’annunciata contestazione dei tifosi biancocelesti, riversatisi presso il centro sportivo biancoceleste già intorno alle ore 14,30. Radunati all’esterno dell’entrare principale, circa 30 sostenitori hanno “accolto” alla spicciolata tutti i calciatori, esprimendo il proprio dissenso e accusando in modo pacifico (ma deciso) la squadra. La compagine di Ballardini è accusata di scarsa dedizione alla causa, di poco nerbo e scarso impegno. La scialba prova offerta in quel di Bari ha indotto i tifosi capitolini a manifestare il proprio malessere con il chiaro intento di allontanare il pericolo di un torpore permanente. Un sit-in organizzato e rinvigorito dal tam tam mediatico, nato con l’obiettivo di fornire una scossa generale all’ambiente biancoceleste, ma che inevitabilmente a portato alla luce alcune frizioni particolari. Quelle con Kolarov per esempio. Il terzino serbo, reo di essersi lasciato andare ad un gesto di stizza nei confronti della gratinata ospiti del San Nicola, ha inizialmente eluso il contatto con i tifosi facendo il suo ingresso con largo anticipo (alle 14,00).
14,25 Rocchi si sofferma a parlare con i tifosi: “E’ vero contro il bari abbiamo fatto una figura che non deve più ripetersi. L’atteggiamento di domenica è stato sbagliato, è vero, è vero”.

I tifosi replicano stizziti: “Kolarov non doveva permettersi di fare quel gesto, ora deve avere il coraggio di presentarsi davanti a noi”
14,30 sfilano tutti gli altri, Dabo si sofferma e ascolta le ragioni dei tifosi,

Diakitè fila dritto, Firmani accolto da applausi, Foggia accenna rassicurazioni sulle sue condizioni:”Sto benissimo, il ginocchio sta bene”
Ore 15,30 La Lazio scende in campo per la sgambatura e la contestazione si trasferisce sul campo laterale di Formello. Il piccolo gruppo di fans laziali si è subito trasformato in un folto gruppo di tifosi stizziti e vogliosi di manifestare il proprio disappunto nei confronti di una squadra che sta deludendo sotto ogni punto di vista. Sul rettangolo verde fa passerella squadra e staff tecnico. Senza bandiere e senza striscioni 200 anime urlano il loro disappunto contro la Lazio.

I più bersagliati sono: Rocchi, Ballardini, Tare e ******, ma ci sono cori anche per Cribari (per quest'ultimo: "Cribari mettete a piagne").

Presidente e ds ovviamente, sono accusati di aver indebolito la squadra senza quegli acquisti tanto decantati in estate.

Il capitano invece viene addidato come coplice del misfatto di mercato, a causa delle sue parole ad inizio stagione, che battezavano questa Lazio priva di rinforzi all'altezza della situazione. I tifosi assiepati intorno alla rete del campo urlano e cantano cori di sfottò: "Mercenari, Mercenari... A lavorare andate a lavorareee a lavorareee andate a lavorareeee". Questo sembra essere il coro predominante di tanto intanto interotto da urla e contestazioni verso il tecnico Ballardini. Le sue colpe? Per la gente laziale non c'è dubbio: Incapacità tattica e aziendalismo estremo. A Formello cala la sera ma non la bufera. Bombe carta e 'urla contro' allontanano la Lazio dal campo per continuare l'allenamento altrove.

Ore 16:30: Ingresso principale, la squadra con il capitano in testa viene a contatto con una rappresentanza di tifosi entrati dal cancello principale del quartier generale biancoceleste. La bolgia non si placa e le forze di polizia monitorano l'ambiente. Un cordone di polizziotti separa i tifosi all'esterno dalla rappresentanza di fans accettati nel centro sportivo per iniziare un confronto verbale con i calciatori. La tensione si taglia con il coltello. La polizia ha allontanato tutti. Il rischio carica è in agguato..!

Il clima è teso, l'amore è ferito. Stavolta l'idillio fra gente e squadra si è davvero spezzato!!

Fonte: Baldini- Zappulla-lalaziosiamonoi.it

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:45 pm

sad really!

you want to protest, dont show up at the stadium or something, attacking your own players? Did this not happen last year? wtf is their problem, why do they have to be so aggressive?

hope its a wake up call for lotito the m,r and the boys, BUT BY NO MEANS LET THIS KIND OF smelling as HAPPEN. SHAME ON THE FANS!!
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:55 pm

so expected...i just hope that Lazio will get rid of and cure the cancer named Lotito...
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:01 pm

I dont know why Kolarov always gets attacked, last year he was challenged for a fight now again they face him up, its not like the guy is not trying he's one of our most active players, I wonder how he feels and Im sure we stand no chance of renewing his contract.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:02 pm

Attacking Kolarov for his gesture? Ok.

Attacking Rocchi for whichever reason? Ma vaffanculo!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:10 pm

What did Kolarov exactly do in Bari?
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:28 pm

He gestured angrily to the fans who were booing him and the team.

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:42 pm

I know Ballardini hasnt exactly set the world alight but i find it amazing that he is actually under serious fan pressure.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:54 pm

Disrupting training a day before a game in which we must re-establish confidence, that is absolutely ridiculous. What do they think they'll achieve? Leaving no time to prepare for Cagliari perhaps they want Ballardini to field again the formation that got owned by Bari?

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:27 pm

Sile wrote:
Attacking Kolarov for his gesture? Ok.

Attacking Rocchi for whichever reason? Ma vaffanculo!!!


I totally agree.

Rocchi is a true gentleman.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:39 pm

Rocchi was the one that calmed after suppercoppa that we don't need any reinforcement. There was no physical attack towards players only verbal so don't make this like they killed our players. Actually Diakite was applauded (who read the text will know).

If I were in Rome I would do that myself all alone if it takes.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:16 pm

Hope Conn now realises what I meant. Can someone tell me how that is support? scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:01 am

Really stupid. I always have a rule, if the team don't perform well then sing louder. How can anyone improve if you shout insults at them. No

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:02 am

Caxi wrote:
Can someone tell me how that is support? scratch

They are not happy Caxi,and rightly so.

Crazy times.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:05 am

William-85 wrote:
Caxi wrote:
Can someone tell me how that is support? scratch

They are not happy Caxi,and rightly so.

Crazy times.

There is no justification in their actions though.

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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:21 am

C'mon they are the ones that go everywhere to support Lazio and little what they expect is their support to be shown on field. We can't say that they don't sing hard enough and thats the reason that our players act like they are on holiday.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:26 am

Do you remember last year when we lost to rioma 1:0 after we trashed them and they scored a silly goal? And do you remember when we lost to Fiorentima with a man down? OK. Now do you remember how the team was applauded after these losses? So it's not the results that piss the fans off it's the fact we play like headless chickens! Just running around doing nothing!
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:31 am

I totally understand the reaction, and rightfully they are there to show their passion and their opinion. Nothing wrong with that.

The fans are there every game, they give their time and devotion, and get NOTHING back. Things cant get worse anyways...
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:37 am

Jofo wrote:
C'mon they are the ones that go everywhere to support Lazio and little what they expect is their support to be shown on field. We can't say that they don't sing hard enough and thats the reason that our players act like they are on holiday.

Agreed Jofo,as Caxi would say,thats the point they are trying to hammer home.

Lazio has been here for many years and will be here for many many more.Players,managers and presidents come and go but La Lazio will always be here,as will us Laziale!

If we are not happy we have to let it be known.This current situation is bad.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:53 am

What is it whit Kolarov. This is not the first time he has personal problems whit the fans, and I really belivie it's personal.
Agianst Elfsborg did he do the same, what is whit him?

And I understand the reactions from the fans. totaly.
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:02 am

"Really stupid... no justification... how that is support... vaffanculo and so on and so forth..."

Welcome to Rome to all of you! Very Happy

As usual people are making a drama about what has happened today. Someone who reads your comments might thing that Formello has been burnt, lotito, ballardini and tare hanged, the players massacred. So, let me start by saying that it's not true. Relax Very Happy

Today's sit-in is no more no less than what has exactly happened countless times in Rome since Lazio was founded. It was expected, it was announced publicly, there were no riots. It was a civil way to express disappointment about what the team is achieving, very simple.

Now, I fail to understand why a fan who supports his team every sunday, a fan who pays the ticket and travels on every other sunday for hundreds of kilometers, a fan who has been told stories for years, a fan who fails to see the committment of the players, a fan who sees is team sinking down to Serie B... I fail to understand why the f*ck this fan cannot go to Formello and express his disappointment. I fail to understand why this sit-in should be "really stupid".

As you surely know very well, since you were so sure in your judgments, the main target of the sit-in have been the Lazio management: lotito & tare, ballardini for acting like a slave of lotito (bytheway, now people realize why Delio Rossi left);
chants also against rocchi for having agreed on the mercato strategy, kolarov for having said f*uk off to Lazio fans after the match at Bari. There were some chants against Cribari and Muslera. I'm not justifying everything that was heard today, but certainly the sit in as a whole.

Is someone worried that some of our players might get a severe shock? Poor millionaire guys. That they might perform worse then they've done lately? It seems almost impossible. The fans who went there today want more than you a winning Lazio, and if they went there that's because they believe that the moment has come for the bell to ring.

And the bell did ring.

The Curva will keep supporting the team full voice at Olimpico, as in every match so far.

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Caxi, I realise what you mean, you mean to prove that you are clueless about many things and I don't understand why you keep pushing this discussion with me so much. I really don't.

You argued that we have a competitive team for this season.
You argued that we have a deep enough squad to play a match on every three days.
You argued that Ledesma and Pandev have been replaced adequately.
You argued that having the dissidenti back would harm the team.
You argued that the players do not want the dissidenti back.
You argued that lotito strange financial moves are indeed ok.

I think we have discussed enough about the above, so let's leave them.

The last thing you argued is that "our 12th man is missing".
Well, it was not missing (ask those who were at Olimpico or at the away matches this season)
It is not missing (I think they have showed it today)
It will not be missing (you will see tomorrow)
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:14 am

To all the fans that went to Formello today I want to say: THANK YOU!!! I was thinking of opening a thread if it would be ok to pay a visit to Formello and those fans read my mind. It's time to show those primadonas not to fuk with the badge, and start to play like men. So what if they missed a training today? If not, maybe Cribari would learn how to mark a guy, how to defend, Cruz should learn that this is not Inter, here you have to bleed Lazio and etc. We'll see tomorrow if these messages got to their heads. Fight ffs!!
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:15 am

Conn wrote:

As usual people are making a drama about what has happened today. Someone who reads your comments might thing that Formello has been burnt, lotito, ballardini and tare hanged, the players massacred. So, let me start by saying that it's not true. Relax Very Happy

Today's sit-in is no more no less than what has exactly happened countless times in Rome since Lazio was founded. It was expected, it was announced publicly, there were no riots. It was a civil way to express disappointment about what the team is achieving, very simple.

Now, I fail to understand why a fan who supports his team every sunday, a fan who pays the ticket and travels on every other sunday for hundreds of kilometers, a fan who has been told stories for years, a fan who fails to see the committment of the players, a fan who sees is team sinking down to Serie B... I fail to understand why the f*ck this fan cannot go to Formello and express his disappointment. I fail to understand why this sit-in should be "really stupid".

As you surely know very well, since you were so sure in your judgments, the main target of the sit-in have been the Lazio management: lotito & tare, ballardini for acting like a slave of lotito (bytheway, now people realize why Delio Rossi left);
chants also against rocchi for having agreed on the mercato strategy, kolarov for having said f*uk off to Lazio fans after the match at Bari. There were some chants against Cribari and Muslera. I'm not justifying everything that was heard today, but certainly the sit in as a whole.

Is someone worried that some of our players might get a severe shock? Poor millionaire guys. That they might perform worse then they've done lately? It seems almost impossible. The fans who went there today want more than you a winning Lazio, and if they went there that's because they believe that the moment has come for the bell to ring.

And the bell did ring.

The Curva will keep supporting the team full voice at Olimpico, as in every match so far.
I hope they now know its time to wake up!I fully understand the fans that went to formello today!How can you not be disappointed with how things are going?

ps:conn see you in 2 weeks
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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:33 am

This way of expressing the emotions and feelings actually make me feel even more poud being a Laziale. Thanks for the clarification Conn, even though I wouldnt have objected to a "rougher" treatment either...


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PostSubject: Re: Face to face in Formello.   Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:56 am

It's perfectly acceptable to conduct the protest as Conn explained it. I was under the impression that violence and rioting had taken place.

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