Auronzo Di Cadore: Day 8 Report

Lazio's training camp enters its eighth day as Maurizio Sarri's team continues their preparations in Auronzo di Cadore. As they gear up for the upcoming season, the team eagerly anticipates the arrival of new signings. Today, the biancoceleste will engage in a morning training session followed by a double session in the afternoon, all in preparation for their second test against Primorje, which is set to take place tomorrow.

Morning session at 10:00

The morning session for the players commences at the usual time 10:00. The routine begins with the athletic portion, followed by Sarri assigning each individual to their respective departments for preparation. Subsequently, the coach gathers the entire team to conduct tactical assessments and collaborates with both formations to enhance their gameplay.

Red (4-3-3): Lazzari, Casale, Patric, Hysaj; Vecino, Marcos Antonio, Basic; Pedro, Immobile, Sana Fernandes;

Blue (4-3-3): Marusic, Dutu (Ruggeri), Romagnoli, Fares; Bertini (Akpa Akpro), Cataldi, Luis Alberto; Felipe Anderson, Diego Gonzalez, Zaccagni;

Thus, concluding the morning session. They will reconvene on the field later at 5:45 pm.

Afternoon session at 17.45

Despite the rainy weather in Auronzo di Cadore, the afternoon session proceeded without interruption. Determined to continue the progress made earlier in the day, the players made their way to Zandegiacomo. Among them was Matteo Cancellieri, who joined his fellow teammates at the training camp. Once there, the team split into two groups and relocated to the main field.

Red (4-3-3): Provedel; Marusic, Ruggeri (Dutu), Romagnoli, Fares; Akpa Akpro (Bertini), Cataldi, Luis Alberto; Pedro, Immobile, Zaccagni 

Blue (4-3-3): Maximiano; Lazzari, Casale, Patric, Hysaj; Vecino, Marcos Antonio, Basic; Felipe Anderson, Gonzalez (Cancellieri), Sana

Ultimately, the red team emerged victorious with a 3-0 scoreline. Ciro Immobile, the most anticipated player of the day, stopped towards the end of training to sign autographs for the fans. The Lazio supporters want the striker to stay in Rome despite market reports from Arabia.

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