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PostSubject: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 2:36 pm

After Lazio Inter Match la Ss Lazio , the fans, players are under a massive attack from ALL media, opinion leader, radio speakers, and Politicians!
Is incredible how La Lazio is under the Light beam of each one.
Is a shame that for this match an entire country is insulting us , our history, our image.
The atmosphere in Rome is really heavy" and we are in front line defending our actions alone against all.

La Lazio , as you can read ( in Italian) the official announcement is ready to sue most of the journalist, opinion leaders, presidents, and anyone that creates with words or articles this "hate" and denigration.

We ask ALL Lazio friends to help us in this task:

PLEASE COLLECT ALL ARTICLES REGARDING LA SS LAZIO AFTER INTER MATCH . COPY AND PASTE IN THIS TOPIC.TRANSLATE THE MOST IMPORTANT STATEMENTS.
REFER THE NEWSPAPER,WEBSITE, MAGAZINE WITH DATE , PAGE AND JOURNALIST NAME WHEREVER YOU FIND ANY KIND OF ACCUSATION.


THANKS.

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 3:06 pm

http://www.bold.dk/nyt/Lazio-praesident-modtog-doedstrussel

Lazio president Claudio Lotito says that he last Friday received an envelope containing a bullet and a death threat.
Lazio lost 0-2 Sunday night for Inter, which so beat the Roma camp up the chair because they thought the Lazio team gave a weak effort to give Inter the best chance in the battle for the championship.

And now reveals Lazio president Claudio Lotito that he already Friday received a nasty letter in the mail. Envelope contained a message about winning the match against Inter, otherwise it would cost him life.

In addition, there was also a gun bullet in the envelope, thought to be consigned by Roma fans.

The case is transferred to the police, but according to La Gazzetta dello Sport is planning a group of Lazio fans now take at Olimpico tomorrow for Coppa Italia final between Roma and Inter to confront the Roma fans.
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 3:08 pm

Fortunately Persian media never write anything by their own knowledge... They just translate articles from English sites!!
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 3:20 pm

something like this:

Loss to Italian Football!!!

....Lazio fans ask from the players to lost the game - and they did...the reason is to help Inter to be at the top of the league table.....



"Sitel" Tv /Netpress http://sitel.com.mk/node/14708
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 3:46 pm

something like this:

Sensi: "The match Lazio Vs Inter was shame"

Sensi:..."from what ive seen yesterday at the game i can't tell that our championship is best in the world"...
Montali: ..."this was one of the worst matches in the history of Italian football"....

...In Italy there is opinion that Lazio football players on purpose "sold" the match just to stop Roma for wining the League...even when the Inter score the goals the Lazio fans where happy for losing their own team....



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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 4:02 pm

To ALL:
Please translate word by word (referred to important statements) and don't add ANY personal comment or alterations.
This articles will soon forwarded to la SS Lazio.
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 4:08 pm

Main news portal in Kosovo.


Sensi criticises the behavior of Lazio:

President of Roma, Rosella Sensi said that Inter`s win against Lazio was
a day of shame for the Italian football.



http://www.telegrafi.com/?id=5&a=13328


and another one from one of the daily newspapers:

Rosella Sensi: I would be ashamed if we had won like that

http://www.botasot.info/def.php?category=17&id=59075
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 4:17 pm

Quote :
Sunday 2 May, 2010
Blog: Shame on Lazio

Lazio have embarrassed themselves, the sport and now Susy Campanale really hopes they get relegated

Sunday night’s game at the Olimpico – although frankly I hesitate to call this training exercise a game – was the most embarrassing display seen since the infamous 80-minute kick-about between Germany and Austria in the 1982 World Cup. Just as we’re trying to get past the Calciopoli scandal, a performance like this gets televised around the globe. It would've been nice to see the title race go down to the wire, but now we'll never know if Roma deserved it.

Lazio’s fans have suffered enough this season, so I can see why they’d ironically cheer Inter on in their bid to ruin the Scudetto dreams of arch rivals Roma. After all, they have proved themselves to be pathetic, small-time supporters whose only joy in life is wallowing in bitterness and dragging everyone else down to their level. Hard to think this club won the Coppa Italia last season and beat Inter to the Italian Super Cup in August, yet the crowd maintains the mindset of a provincial side. We expect nothing better of them.

The players, however, have absolutely no such excuse. You are professionals. Did it not burn you to lie down and let Inter trample all over you, not even trying to mount a comeback or even tackle for the ball past the centre-circle for the entire second half? Out of interest, when huffily denying you’d gladly lose to rain on Roma’s parade as the questions came in constantly for a week, did you already know you’d put in less than 10 per cent effort?

Really, I am curious whether this was a pre-meditated team decision to give up your dignity and the right to call yourselves professional football players, or if the surreal atmosphere of the Olimpico swayed it. How bizarre it must’ve been to play while your own supporters chanted: ‘If you win, we’ll beat you up’ and ‘Get out of the damn way.’

On the strength of this performance and on seeing how unlucky Atalanta were to be pegged back by Bologna, I have absolutely no qualms in saying I really, really, really hope Lazio get relegated. They don’t deserve to be in Serie A and it will be good riddance to their small-minded supporters. Send them to play their local derbies with Frosinone, at least then they'll be the 'big shots' in town.

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 5:58 pm

From Belgium:

http://www.voetbalkrant.com/nl/nieuws/lees/2010-05-03/as-roma-inter-zou-zich-moeten-schamen (written by Jo Liefferinckx on the website Voetbalkrant.com)

ASR: " Inter must shame themselves! " (title)
Rosella Sensi: " If I was Inter, I didn't want to win that way! We're thinking about an official complaint, but untill now we keep it easy. "
Moratti: " I'm not ashamed at all. It was strange to see the support from the Laziale, but we didn't do anything wrong. This is a problem between Lazio & ASR, it has nothing to do with Inter. "


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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 6:00 pm

Blog: Capital capitulation

Inter practically wrapped up the Scudetto with a 2-0 victory over a shameful Lazio side. Giancarlo Rinaldi rounds up the action from Week 36

If your own team is not good enough to actually win anything, I suppose, the next best thing is to thwart your greatest rivals. I guess it's a feeble satisfaction for a pitiful season of your own. It certainly seemed to give great pleasure to Lazio fans on Sunday evening.

There are not many times I am embarrassed by Italian football but watching events unfold in the Stadio Olimpico was one of them. Many home supporters cheered when their own team went behind and jeered any attempts to try to break down the Inter defence. Their players responded with a suitably insipid display.

If there was any sporting decency in the world this would backfire on the Biancocelesti. Somehow or another poor old Atalanta would overhaul them on the final day and condemn them to Serie B. We all know, of course, that this will never happen.

To be fair, Inter would probably have beaten Lazio even if the capital club had given their all. This has been a trying season for the Eagles and they were always likely to be second best to a side hungry for the Scudetto. It is still hard to forgive them their performance or their fans' response to it. Even referee Mauro Bergonzi seemed to cringe at what he had just witnessed when he blew the final whistle.


The frustrating thing is that the match gave a bitter finish to a great weekend of Serie A action. Roma had won a pulsating tie with Parma who, despite having nothing to play for, pushed them all the way. Then Milan secured their Champions League berth with one of those penalties Adriano Galliani is always complaining they never get.

Sunday afternoon was also something of an epic. Juventus saw their slender dream of a top four finish crushed in Catania. Sampdoria and Palermo set up a thrilling showdown in Sicily next week for a place in Europe's top competition. And Siena were finally consigned to Serie B.

The most gripping clash came from the unlikely surroundings of Bergamo. With Atalanta and Bologna both fighting for their lives it looked like the Nerazzurri might just keep their survival hopes intact thanks to a goal from Tiberio Guarente. But the footballing fates had other ideas.

Poor Federico Peluso could only watch in agony as the ball rebounded off him and into his own net to effectively despatch his team into the Second Division. Try as they might, they could not recover from that body blow. Inadvertently, they also paved the way for Lazio's capitulation.

Without a five-point cushion in their final two games the capital club might have been inclined to give Inter a tougher time. As it was they handed over the three points with the minimum of fuss. If Chievo and Siena are just as accommodating, then the Nerazzurri will find the Scudetto to be the easiest leg of their potentially historic treble. It will be to the whole of Calcio's shame if that turns out to be the case.

Giancarlo Rinaldi

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 6:18 pm

The Guardian - http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2010/may/03/lazio-roma-inter-serie-a

Lazio roll over to leave Roma railing at 'absurdity' of Serie ARoma's director Gian Paolo Montali said 'even Inter' may be embarrassed after an easy win at Lazio kept them top

Lazio's supporters show a banner reading 'scudetto game over', hoping that city rivals Roma will finish second in the league behind Inter. Photograph: Riccardo De Luca/AP

The goal that may just have sealed Internazionale's fifth consecutive scudetto arrived in the 82nd minute. Of a game between the teams sitting 17th and 18th. Atalanta, five points adrift in the relegation places, were leading Bologna, the team immediately above them, 1-0 at their Atleti Azzurri d'Italia home when Henry Giménez wriggled free in the area to unleash their first shot on target. Andrea Consigli palmed the effort away, then watched in horror as his team-mate Federico Peluso miscontrolled the loose ball, sidefooting it back into his own net.

The moment was legitimately gut-wrenching for both a defender and a team who up to that point had rarely looked ruffled, but Atalanta were not the only ones cursing this cruellest turn of events. Roma, back on top of the league after beating Parma 2-1 a day earlier, were also flattened. Victory would have taken Atalanta to within two points of Bologna but also to within three of Lazio. Instead, the 1-1 draw meant Lazio faced Inter on Sunday evening knowing defeat would do far more damage to Roma's title hopes than their own prospects of staying in the division.

"If you win we'll beat you up," bellowed the Lazio fans a few hours later at the Stadio Olimpico, and their words were not aimed at the opposition. Before kick-off each name on the Inter team-sheet had been greeted with a huge "Ole" from the home support, and the banners decorating the Curva Nord implored Lazio's players to "Get out of their way". When Inter did eventually take the lead, through a Walter Samuel header in first-half added time, the same fans cheered enthusiastically while unfurling another sign that simply, and sarcastically, read: "Oh nooo".

If Liverpool fans felt mixed emotions about losing to Chelsea yesterday, knowing that defeat would end any lingering hope of a fourth-placed finish but might help deprive Manchester United of their 19th title, then there was no such soul-searching in Rome as Lazio went on to lose 2-0. The Biancocelesti's ultras have a long-standing relationship with those of Inter, a "twinning" that has prompted displays of mutual admiration in the past. The rare circumstance of both wanting the same result yesterday allowed for a fully fledged love-in.

But what the fans want is not necessarily what the players want, and many of the latter had spent a good part of the past week speaking of the "professionalism" that would prevent them from rolling over. Sadly their performances on the pitch were rather less convincing. It would have been naive for anyone to assume that a team sitting so far down the table, and who have not scored in a league game against Inter since February 2008, could overturn José Mourinho's side, but this was one of the weakest displays of Lazio's miserable season.

Only Mauro Zárate, who continued to harry the Inter defence despite a total absence of support from team-mates, and the goalkeeper Fernando Muslera, who made a handful of goal-saving interventions, offered any real resistance. Such was the futility of Muslera's defiance that Gazzetta dello Sport's Luigi Garlando likened him this morning to "the Japanese man in the forest who doesn't realise the war is over".

"After what we have seen, calling our championship the most beautiful in the world is absurd," the Roma president, Rosella Sensi, railed late last night, and reports this morning suggest the only thing preventing her from pursuing an official complaint is the desire not to disrupt her team's preparations for the Coppa Italia final against Inter on Wednesday. "I believe that even Inter now will embarrassed," the Roma director Gian Paolo Montali said. "The Nerazzuri are not to blame, but this time it was not just Lazio who lost but [Italian] football."

The frustration is intensified for Roma, of course, by the knowledge that a title that was briefly theirs to lose is now slipping away. Inter will be expected to win both their remaining league fixtures – against Chievo at home, then Siena away – comfortably. The former have little left to play for as they contemplate a lower mid-table finish, while the latter are 19th and already relegated.

But if there is a warning to be made it is that Siena twice led Inter at San Siro this season and only lost 4-3 after Samuel struck deep into added time. Roma will just have to hope that Inter's remaining opponents come out of that forest with all guns blazing.
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 9:37 pm

Now Kolarov is breaking our balls to.

http://www.football-italia.net/may4p.html
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 9:39 pm

This is from one of the most visited portals in Croatia

http://sport.dnevnik.hr/clanak/rubrika/navijaci/ponasanje-lazijevih-navijaca-je-bolesno.html

Behavior of Lazio fans is sick!

How much government hostility between Lazio and Roma once again proved 36th game of Italian Soccer Championship. They played in Rome, Lazio and Inter, a 2-0 away win domestic audience applause accompanied...

Lazio fans have supported the Inter only one reason - the current Champions League defeat to Roma held, hated city rivals in the first place in serie A. A series of charts, such as Lazio fans do not want to see.

Comment matches played on Sunday offered the Serbian national team from the ranks of the Roman team, Aleksandar Kolarov, 'exactly as I had never experienced. Instead of helping us in the fight to stay in the league, the fans booed us from the very start of the game. All our good moves were welcomed 'the knife', while Inter scored celebrated.

"It has nothing to do with sports rivalries, such conduct exceeds the passion and becomes a disease. Lights are in the game, crazy atmosphere in the stands made it their own. "
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 9:47 pm

From Lithuania:




Director of Roma: I've never seen such a thing before


"I never thought that my eyes would witness anything like that" - said Montali. "Inter coaches and players were confused"

"We cannot blame them, Inter isn't guilty here, but we lost very much this evening" - Director told emotionally. "Lazio lost today, but the real loser is sport and the whole Italian football"


efutbolas.lt, a Lithuanian football news portal.
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 10:04 pm

http://www.football-italia.net/blogs/sc111.html

Susy Campanale DISPLAYS THE MOST EVIDENT BIAS IN MEDIA HISTORY. She should be stripped of all her credentials and the privileged to objectively write on Italian Soccer in English.

"They don’t deserve to be in Serie A and it will be good riddance to their small-minded supporters. Send them to play their local derbies with Frosinone, at least then they'll be the 'big shots' in town. "
-What kind of intelligence does this show? If anything she is another instigator of violence in calcio.
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 10:04 pm

Great job.
but anything from magazine or daily newspapers?

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Tue May 04, 2010 11:46 pm

baggio10 wrote:
http://www.football-italia.net/blogs/sc111.html

Susy Campanale DISPLAYS THE MOST EVIDENT BIAS IN MEDIA HISTORY. She should be stripped of all her credentials and the privileged to objectively write on Italian Soccer in English.

"They don’t deserve to be in Serie A and it will be good riddance to their small-minded supporters. Send them to play their local derbies with Frosinone, at least then they'll be the 'big shots' in town. "
-What kind of intelligence does this show? If anything she is another instigator of violence in calcio.

I have to say, if you scroll down that page you can read readers' reponses and there is a damn good amount of support for Lazio. I hate Susy Campanale and would love to see her eat her words, looks like i'm not the only one. I still can't believe a website would publish such biased nonsense. Really ashamed.

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 1:31 am

in the daily sport magazine except the text(amir give s the text of other two newspaper)was a picture of our fans with parole game over scudeto.
but the worst anti lazio propagande was after the match(on kosova tv chanel ktv)when the reporter says INTER TRAINING IS FINISHED
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 2:06 am

Ermetico wrote:
Great job.
but anything from magazine or daily newspapers?

For Belgium, in the newspaper called " Het Laatste Nieuws " (the latest news):

http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/1303/Serie-A/article/detail/1101114/2010/05/03/AS-Roma-overweegt-klacht-tegen-Lazio-en-Inter.dhtml

It's the same article as the one I've already posted. I think the guys from voetbalkrant.be only did "copy/paste".
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 7:43 am

Rumour has it , 15 000 lazio fans purchased tickets for tonight's encounter Roma-Inter as the inter fans are unable to attend the game because tomorrow is a regular day work and milano is far away , is that true?
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 10:00 am

flurffmeister wrote:
Rumour has it , 15 000 lazio fans purchased tickets for tonight's encounter Roma-Inter as the inter fans are unable to attend the game because tomorrow is a regular day work and milano is far away , is that true?
Could not be ... Inter will fill the Nord + Distinti, Merda will fill the Sud & Tevere
Think that Inter fans are more 'looking forward' to the trip to Madrid and eventually also the Scudetto.


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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 10:35 am

flurffmeister wrote:
Rumour has it , 15 000 lazio fans purchased tickets for tonight's encounter Roma-Inter as the inter fans are unable to attend the game because tomorrow is a regular day work and milano is far away , is that true?

Fake

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 2:49 pm

Corriere Dello Sport colected a few foreign reports:

http://www.corrieredellosport.it/Fotogallery/Calcio/22629/0/Lazio-Inter%2C+i+titoli+dei+giornali+stranieri

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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 2:51 pm

Another one from Kosovo.
It is not against Lazio, but just summerizing what happened.
The title is:

Conflict between Lazio and Roma becomes a national matter

http://www.koha.net/index.php?cid=1,45,20451
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PostSubject: Re: LAZIO under media massive attack.   Wed May 05, 2010 3:20 pm

Giolazio wrote:
Blog: Capital capitulation

Inter practically wrapped up the Scudetto with a 2-0 victory over a shameful Lazio side. Giancarlo Rinaldi rounds up the action from Week 36

If your own team is not good enough to actually win anything, I suppose, the next best thing is to thwart your greatest rivals. I guess it's a feeble satisfaction for a pitiful season of your own. It certainly seemed to give great pleasure to Lazio fans on Sunday evening.

There are not many times I am embarrassed by Italian football but watching events unfold in the Stadio Olimpico was one of them. Many home supporters cheered when their own team went behind and jeered any attempts to try to break down the Inter defence. Their players responded with a suitably insipid display.

If there was any sporting decency in the world this would backfire on the Biancocelesti. Somehow or another poor old Atalanta would overhaul them on the final day and condemn them to Serie B. We all know, of course, that this will never happen.

To be fair, Inter would probably have beaten Lazio even if the capital club had given their all. This has been a trying season for the Eagles and they were always likely to be second best to a side hungry for the Scudetto. It is still hard to forgive them their performance or their fans' response to it. Even referee Mauro Bergonzi seemed to cringe at what he had just witnessed when he blew the final whistle.


The frustrating thing is that the match gave a bitter finish to a great weekend of Serie A action. Roma had won a pulsating tie with Parma who, despite having nothing to play for, pushed them all the way. Then Milan secured their Champions League berth with one of those penalties Adriano Galliani is always complaining they never get.

Sunday afternoon was also something of an epic. Juventus saw their slender dream of a top four finish crushed in Catania. Sampdoria and Palermo set up a thrilling showdown in Sicily next week for a place in Europe's top competition. And Siena were finally consigned to Serie B.

The most gripping clash came from the unlikely surroundings of Bergamo. With Atalanta and Bologna both fighting for their lives it looked like the Nerazzurri might just keep their survival hopes intact thanks to a goal from Tiberio Guarente. But the footballing fates had other ideas.

Poor Federico Peluso could only watch in agony as the ball rebounded off him and into his own net to effectively despatch his team into the Second Division. Try as they might, they could not recover from that body blow. Inadvertently, they also paved the way for Lazio's capitulation.

Without a five-point cushion in their final two games the capital club might have been inclined to give Inter a tougher time. As it was they handed over the three points with the minimum of fuss. If Chievo and Siena are just as accommodating, then the Nerazzurri will find the Scudetto to be the easiest leg of their potentially historic treble. It will be to the whole of Calcio's shame if that turns out to be the case.

Giancarlo Rinaldi

Calcio Italia

http://www.football-italia.net/blogs/gr87.html

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