Sarri: "This Is My Football, If You Don't Like It, Bring Back Stefano Pioli."

Lazio head coach, Maurizio Sarri is reportedly not taking criticism from club president Claudio Lotito after losing to Milan at the Stadio Olimpico last Sunday night, according to reports.

Maurizio Sarri is unhappy with criticism from Lazio president Claudio Lotito after his side was beaten by Milan. Sandro Tonali's final goal gave Milan all three points in last Sunday night's game, a defeat that angered the president.

According to Sportmediaset, the loss sparked a spat between Lotito and the manager. The Lazio president reportedly said "long balls are not banned", but Sarri was not happy with the criticism, replying: "This is my football, if you don't like it, bring back Stefano Pioli ."

Lazio is still struggling to secure their place in the European competition so far, and they are now seventh in the Serie A table, having experienced several ups and downs this season. The 62-year-old manager has reportedly agreed to a contract extension at the end of 2021, but the deal is currently on hold.

The Italian is unhappy with the way director Igli Tare handled the January transfer window, and Lotito is not entirely convinced by his methods, despite confirmation last week that the former Chelsea boss will not be leaving the club in the summer.

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