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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:45 am

Secret_Samadhi wrote:
Sile wrote:
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I was thinking of a topic off ALL Lotito related news and stories in one thread, so we don't use searchmachine to read what Lotito said about Pandev or Rossi or Ballardini, but nevermind.

use this one then, the one named CLAUDIO LOTITO
http://laziofever.bigforumpro.com/only-ss-lazio-f1/claudio-lotito-t414.htm

instead of creating a new topic every month. Those listed are on the first 2 pages, I didn't go further behind

Ok, I'm sorry Mr, Sir, the Lord of LF and so on for not seeing the topic you mentioned and I'm trully sorry for using your time and internet space by creating this thread. Happy now?
secret...maybe i can be the one to argue with.
As a matter of fact i am pissed off by all topics messages( even myself) and words used in this forum and everywhere in the Net for this ..man.

we can scream , we can criticize, we can do a lot but the only result is to have forums devasted by similar topics for the same issue and most of them contains the same messages,same answers, same debates between members.
In the past i had a serious argument with one very good friend , Conn , for the same matter and i will not aloud anyone else to loose friends or debate for this ..man.

I will not lock or delete this topic , i'll let you ALL evaluate if our time, our fun , our passion can be ruined for nothing.

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:48 am

I REALLY don't understand why so many people are obsessed with this topic! We all know the situation so instead of wasting time with the same old story why not have a drink with friends, listen to the birds sing, go for a drive....enjoy life!

This is depressing!

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:49 am

I just think simply bringing out your anger won't do any good to the club. You like him? Ok, fine. You don't? Ok, fine too. I rather keep supporting La Lazio and help the club anyway I can.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:39 am

Giolazio wrote:
I REALLY don't understand why so many people are obsessed with this topic! We all know the situation so instead of wasting time with the same old story why not have a drink with friends, listen to the birds sing, go for a drive....enjoy life!

This is depressing!
Oh well, it's good to have someone to target every single thing at. You know, he commits too may unforgivable stupid mistakes, it wouldn't hurt to direct the rest at him...... It makes one feel better, maybe you should try indulge in it for once? I'm blaming him for his stupid mistakes during the mercato and, ohhhh, how blissful it is.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 11:36 am

This thread is going to get hectic. Fast.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:54 pm

Apologies, I don't know all the rules of this (very impressive) forum. I don't know if this is the right board, the right topic, but perhaps it is enough to say that this comes from the right place. The heart.

Being Laziale is not always easy, but it is something you are, deep inside, with pride. In good and in bad times, with a good president or a bad president, with good results or with bad results. It does not matter, because you are Laziale. With your head up high, whatever happens. We've all been through good times, and bad times, but one thing stays, and that's our passion, our ideals, our Lazialitą. When the players enter the field, emotions take over my body. Whether we're playing Inter, Reggina or Chievo, it simply does not matter. I look at the fans around me, I look into the Curva Nord. I see a portrait of Gabriele, our friend, and I wave my flag as if my life is depending on it. In many ways it is. Away from home I look at those people who give everything they have to their team, who pay hundreds of euros and who travel hundreds of kilometres just to wave their flag, sing their songs, support their club. It gives a very particular feeling. A feeling of trust, in a way, and a feeling of pride, always returning.

With Lotito we've been through some difficult times. Not always on the pitch, because we have booked some results to be proud of, but off the pitch. At one point our fans were divided, and I suppose they still are somehow. Some hate the man for this reason, some for another reason, others for all those reasons together. Some stay indifferent, because in the end it is that history, those colours, those ideals and that symbol that we support. Players come and go, presidents come and go. Some will be loved, others will be hated, that is life. But one thing stays, my dear Lazio friends, and that is our Lazio. Our proud eagle, flying over Rome, over Italy and over Europe, followed by those that some would call idiots. I call them heroes.

What happened in Verona last sunday, when police said the flags with the portrait of Gabriele Sandri could not enter the stadium, did not make me angry. It made me sad, obviously, but also so proud. And you know why? Because hundreds of Lazio fans, those who some would call idiots, and who I would call heroes, left the stadium because they would not enter without their friend Gabriele. They travelled hundreds of kilometres to see their team play, but left the stadium out of pride, respect, friendship, ideals. Lazialitą.

What is happening in Italy these days (and in the past years) is depressing. What's been happening in Lazio these days (and in the past years) is not always as pleasant, but we're surviving. Perhaps many of you at this point wonder what I'm trying to say. Well, nothing really, and everything all at once. I read this forum with great pleasure, because it makes me happy to see all those people from around the world who care so much about la mia Lazio. I also see some people who seem to care more about attacking some people, rather than showing real Lazialitą, and that makes me sad. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that we're all Lazio fans, and that we should respect one another. We all love those colours, that symbol, that history. We all dislike/hate that other team, a team of what some would call idiots. And I agree. Let's respect our past, and look into the future with a positive attitude. Some things will not change, some things will not disappear just like that. Be proud of our Lazio, support the team and wave your flag, sing your song. Have respect for the people who have fought for Lazio, who have died for Lazio, and for those who remember them.

Avanti Lazio.

Gabriele vive.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:07 pm

Lucky Strike wrote:
Apologies, I don't know all the rules of this (very impressive) forum. I don't know if this is the right board, the right topic, but perhaps it is enough to say that this comes from the right place. The heart.

Being Laziale is not always easy, but it is something you are, deep inside, with pride. In good and in bad times, with a good president or a bad president, with good results or with bad results. It does not matter, because you are Laziale. With your head up high, whatever happens. We've all been through good times, and bad times, but one thing stays, and that's our passion, our ideals, our Lazialitą. When the players enter the field, emotions take over my body. Whether we're playing Inter, Reggina or Chievo, it simply does not matter. I look at the fans around me, I look into the Curva Nord. I see a portrait of Gabriele, our friend, and I wave my flag as if my life is depending on it. In many ways it is. Away from home I look at those people who give everything they have to their team, who pay hundreds of euros and who travel hundreds of kilometres just to wave their flag, sing their songs, support their club. It gives a very particular feeling. A feeling of trust, in a way, and a feeling of pride, always returning.

With Lotito we've been through some difficult times. Not always on the pitch, because we have booked some results to be proud of, but off the pitch. At one point our fans were divided, and I suppose they still are somehow. Some hate the man for this reason, some for another reason, others for all those reasons together. Some stay indifferent, because in the end it is that history, those colours, those ideals and that symbol that we support. Players come and go, presidents come and go. Some will be loved, others will be hated, that is life. But one thing stays, my dear Lazio friends, and that is our Lazio. Our proud eagle, flying over Rome, over Italy and over Europe, followed by those that some would call idiots. I call them heroes.

What happened in Verona last sunday, when police said the flags with the portrait of Gabriele Sandri could not enter the stadium, did not make me angry. It made me sad, obviously, but also so proud. And you know why? Because hundreds of Lazio fans, those who some would call idiots, and who I would call heroes, left the stadium because they would not enter without their friend Gabriele. They travelled hundreds of kilometres to see their team play, but left the stadium out of pride, respect, friendship, ideals. Lazialitą.

What is happening in Italy these days (and in the past years) is depressing. What's been happening in Lazio these days (and in the past years) is not always as pleasant, but we're surviving. Perhaps many of you at this point wonder what I'm trying to say. Well, nothing really, and everything all at once. I read this forum with great pleasure, because it makes me happy to see all those people from around the world who care so much about la mia Lazio. I also see some people who seem to care more about attacking some people, rather than showing real Lazialitą, and that makes me sad. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that we're all Lazio fans, and that we should respect one another. We all love those colours, that symbol, that history. We all dislike/hate that other team, a team of what some would call idiots. And I agree. Let's respect our past, and look into the future with a positive attitude. Some things will not change, some things will not disappear just like that. Be proud of our Lazio, support the team and wave your flag, sing your song. Have respect for the people who have fought for Lazio, who have died for Lazio, and for those who remember them.

Avanti Lazio.

Gabriele vive.

Great post mate it says it all!
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:27 pm

It really says it all...what a great comment...had to read it twice :).....Lets hope for the best for our Lazio!!!!!!!!!!!

I dont live in Italy and cant drive every weekend to see a Lazio match but i imagine i do it every day Very Happy
Forza Lazio!!!!!!!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:42 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:02 pm

what a post!!! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:11 pm

Thankyou Lucky Strike. I wish we could have that post immortalised because every word in it is true.

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:23 pm

Lucky Strike wrote:
Apologies, I don't know all the rules of this (very impressive) forum. I don't know if this is the right board, the right topic, but perhaps it is enough to say that this comes from the right place. The heart.

Being Laziale is not always easy, but it is something you are, deep inside, with pride. In good and in bad times, with a good president or a bad president, with good results or with bad results. It does not matter, because you are Laziale. With your head up high, whatever happens. We've all been through good times, and bad times, but one thing stays, and that's our passion, our ideals, our Lazialitą. When the players enter the field, emotions take over my body. Whether we're playing Inter, Reggina or Chievo, it simply does not matter. I look at the fans around me, I look into the Curva Nord. I see a portrait of Gabriele, our friend, and I wave my flag as if my life is depending on it. In many ways it is. Away from home I look at those people who give everything they have to their team, who pay hundreds of euros and who travel hundreds of kilometres just to wave their flag, sing their songs, support their club. It gives a very particular feeling. A feeling of trust, in a way, and a feeling of pride, always returning.

With Lotito we've been through some difficult times. Not always on the pitch, because we have booked some results to be proud of, but off the pitch. At one point our fans were divided, and I suppose they still are somehow. Some hate the man for this reason, some for another reason, others for all those reasons together. Some stay indifferent, because in the end it is that history, those colours, those ideals and that symbol that we support. Players come and go, presidents come and go. Some will be loved, others will be hated, that is life. But one thing stays, my dear Lazio friends, and that is our Lazio. Our proud eagle, flying over Rome, over Italy and over Europe, followed by those that some would call idiots. I call them heroes.

What happened in Verona last sunday, when police said the flags with the portrait of Gabriele Sandri could not enter the stadium, did not make me angry. It made me sad, obviously, but also so proud. And you know why? Because hundreds of Lazio fans, those who some would call idiots, and who I would call heroes, left the stadium because they would not enter without their friend Gabriele. They travelled hundreds of kilometres to see their team play, but left the stadium out of pride, respect, friendship, ideals. Lazialitą.

What is happening in Italy these days (and in the past years) is depressing. What's been happening in Lazio these days (and in the past years) is not always as pleasant, but we're surviving. Perhaps many of you at this point wonder what I'm trying to say. Well, nothing really, and everything all at once. I read this forum with great pleasure, because it makes me happy to see all those people from around the world who care so much about la mia Lazio. I also see some people who seem to care more about attacking some people, rather than showing real Lazialitą, and that makes me sad. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that we're all Lazio fans, and that we should respect one another. We all love those colours, that symbol, that history. We all dislike/hate that other team, a team of what some would call idiots. And I agree. Let's respect our past, and look into the future with a positive attitude. Some things will not change, some things will not disappear just like that. Be proud of our Lazio, support the team and wave your flag, sing your song. Have respect for the people who have fought for Lazio, who have died for Lazio, and for those who remember them.

Avanti Lazio.

Gabriele vive.


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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 3:07 pm

Fantastic post Lucky Strike. Says it all!
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:43 pm

Great post Lucky Strike, just great .. !

I transleted it for Lazio-Bulgaria so that all bulgarian Lazio fans can read it (I also told them who wrote it)
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:57 pm

wow!! can't this be the "Laziofever statement"? cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 5:47 pm

Wonderfull post Lucky Strike. cheers Really wonderfull. Grazie.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 6:04 pm

Danish-Laziofan wrote:
wow!! can't this be the "Laziofever statement"? cheers

This IS ALREADY the LAZIOFEVER Statement.

I don't know who is Lucky strike but he , with good english , transform and display our motto.
He, in one post, estrapolate the meaning and the feeling of many others.

Graazie e presentati.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 6:36 pm

Ermetico wrote:
Danish-Laziofan wrote:
wow!! can't this be the "Laziofever statement"? cheers

This IS ALREADY the LAZIOFEVER Statement.

I don't know who is Lucky strike but he , with good english , transform and display our motto.
He, in one post, estrapolate the meaning and the feeling of many others.

Graazie e presentati.
Ermetico

I don't know who Lucky Strike is either, but I love his cigarettes tongue

All joking aside, I've been checking this topic all day and was waiting on Erme to respond, hoping that perhaps I would find some words to explain how I felt when reading this statement.

I haven't so I'll just let everyone else do the talking.

Grazie Lucky Strike.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 6:38 pm

I think that my respons is already clear: see the Hpage.

Lucky strike please check your message box.

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:13 pm

Lucky Strike wrote:
Apologies, I don't know all the rules of this (very impressive) forum. I don't know if this is the right board, the right topic, but perhaps it is enough to say that this comes from the right place. The heart.

Being Laziale is not always easy, but it is something you are, deep inside, with pride. In good and in bad times, with a good president or a bad president, with good results or with bad results. It does not matter, because you are Laziale. With your head up high, whatever happens. We've all been through good times, and bad times, but one thing stays, and that's our passion, our ideals, our Lazialitą. When the players enter the field, emotions take over my body. Whether we're playing Inter, Reggina or Chievo, it simply does not matter. I look at the fans around me, I look into the Curva Nord. I see a portrait of Gabriele, our friend, and I wave my flag as if my life is depending on it. In many ways it is. Away from home I look at those people who give everything they have to their team, who pay hundreds of euros and who travel hundreds of kilometres just to wave their flag, sing their songs, support their club. It gives a very particular feeling. A feeling of trust, in a way, and a feeling of pride, always returning.

With Lotito we've been through some difficult times. Not always on the pitch, because we have booked some results to be proud of, but off the pitch. At one point our fans were divided, and I suppose they still are somehow. Some hate the man for this reason, some for another reason, others for all those reasons together. Some stay indifferent, because in the end it is that history, those colours, those ideals and that symbol that we support. Players come and go, presidents come and go. Some will be loved, others will be hated, that is life. But one thing stays, my dear Lazio friends, and that is our Lazio. Our proud eagle, flying over Rome, over Italy and over Europe, followed by those that some would call idiots. I call them heroes.

What happened in Verona last sunday, when police said the flags with the portrait of Gabriele Sandri could not enter the stadium, did not make me angry. It made me sad, obviously, but also so proud. And you know why? Because hundreds of Lazio fans, those who some would call idiots, and who I would call heroes, left the stadium because they would not enter without their friend Gabriele. They travelled hundreds of kilometres to see their team play, but left the stadium out of pride, respect, friendship, ideals. Lazialitą.

What is happening in Italy these days (and in the past years) is depressing. What's been happening in Lazio these days (and in the past years) is not always as pleasant, but we're surviving. Perhaps many of you at this point wonder what I'm trying to say. Well, nothing really, and everything all at once. I read this forum with great pleasure, because it makes me happy to see all those people from around the world who care so much about la mia Lazio. I also see some people who seem to care more about attacking some people, rather than showing real Lazialitą, and that makes me sad. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that we're all Lazio fans, and that we should respect one another. We all love those colours, that symbol, that history. We all dislike/hate that other team, a team of what some would call idiots. And I agree. Let's respect our past, and look into the future with a positive attitude. Some things will not change, some things will not disappear just like that. Be proud of our Lazio, support the team and wave your flag, sing your song. Have respect for the people who have fought for Lazio, who have died for Lazio, and for those who remember them.

Avanti Lazio.

Gabriele vive.

I'm pretty annoyed with some things these days. But this post is simply irresistible.

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:23 pm

Gonna join the Bandwagon of compliments to Lucky Strike.

Perfect summary of what it means to be a Lazio Fan.
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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Fri Sep 04, 2009 8:37 am

Lucky Strike = lazialita' personified

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PostSubject: Re: Claudio Lotito   Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:47 am

I haven't posted here for a long time, even my account expired. I have a lot of reasons for it, but they don't matter no more.
Thank you Lucky Strike, you inspired me to get back and contribute.
Forza Lazio, and hi again to all!!!
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