Lotito: "These Last Four Games Could Be A Significant Change For This Club. We Must Maintain A Positive Atmosphere And Unite Both Internally And Externally."

May 11, 2023

President Claudio Lotito believes that Lazio has four final matches remaining in the race for the top four in Serie A, he believes the Champions League could be the catalyst for a significant change in the club's fortunes.

Claudio Lotito encouraged Lazio while emphasizing that they still have four final matches to secure the top four in the final standings of the 2022/23 Serie A season.

After playing 34 games this season, Sarri's team is currently in third place with 64 points and is two points behind second place, Juventus, but one ahead of fourth-place, Inter. Stefano Pioli's team, Milan also trailing from outside the top four and will fight hard to break into the top four at the end of the season.

The Aquile have a difficult schedule to complete the 2022/23 campaign, they will face Lecce, Udinese, Cremonese, and Empoli. However, what is beneficial to the Sarri's team is that they are not interrupted by European competition or league cups, this allows them to devote all of their attention to the domestic league. 

Lotito discussed the challenges his club will face at the end of this season:

"I demand peace from all around because there are still four finals remaining during the season, everyone must participate, we must maintain a positive atmosphere and unite both internally and externally," the president said.

"I can generate will and determination to overcome obstacles, to bring out the entire potential of everyone on the field, but it is the players who take action on the pitch, they are the architects of their destinies, and so are we."

Lotito also emphasized the importance of Biancoceleste being able to qualify for the Champions League.

"These last four games could be a significant change for this club, the team, or the fans, because it means we're returning to the Olympus of Football, a further demonstration of our team's association with the capital's oldest team in terms of ability and sport."

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