Lotito Is Enraged By Lazio's Poor Start And Has Imposed A Mandatory Training Camp

Claudio Lotito, the President of Lazio, is feeling a mixture of frustration and disappointment due to his team's poor performance at the beginning of the 2023/24 season. As a consequence, he has decided to impose a penalty on the players in the form of a compulsory training retreat that must be completed before the upcoming game against Torino.

Lazio is undergoing its most challenging opening to a Serie A season in the last 20 years, having garnered only 4 points in their first 5 matches. The only victory that came as a surprise was the 2-1 win against reigning champions Napoli, leaving them struggling to find their footing in the league.

As the match against Monza at the Stadio Olimpico came to an end last Saturday, the supporters of Lazio began to grow increasingly impatient. The pressure on the team was mounting rapidly, and the fans expressed their frustration by loudly booing the players after the final whistle, following the draw.

According to Il Messaggero, it has been divulged that Claudio Lotito has taken action in response to Lazio's disappointing beginning to the season. Following a vexing meeting with Sarri, Lotito requested that he consider utilizing Valentin Castellanos.

The president of Lazio also expressed his displeasure with the entire squad and ordered them to go on a required training retreat ahead of the match against Torino on Wednesday evening.  He wants to see results come in soon before the competition for the top four takes form.

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