Lotito: "People Say Tudor Did Well By Getting Lazio Into The Europa League. Coaches And Players Are Replaceable; They Are All Valuable, But None Are Indispensable. What Matters Is The Club's Stability."

Lazio president Claudio Lotito expressed his frustration with former coach Igor Tudor, emphasizing that Tudor's achievement of qualifying for the Europa League was something Lazio had done 15 or 16 times before.

Lazio is reportedly set to hire Marco Baroni on a two-year contract after Tudor resigned three months into his tenure, which began following Maurizio Sarri's departure. Tudor left due to disagreements over transfer strategy with Lotito and the club's directors.

"People say Tudor did well by getting Lazio into the Europa League," Lotito told Corriere dello Sport. "But the truth is, we've qualified for the Europa League 15 or 16 times since I've been here. He only accomplished what we already have. Coaches and players are replaceable; they are all valuable, but none are indispensable. What matters is the club's stability."

Under Tudor, Lazio finished seventh in Serie A, with six wins, three draws, and two losses in the league and Coppa Italia. Lotito had previously complained that Tudor wanted to overhaul the squad by replacing at least eight players, while Baroni is more willing to work with the current team.

Biancoceleste fans are planning a protest next Sunday against Lotito, accusing him of lacking ambition and claiming that former Verona coach Baroni is not a suitable fit for their beloved team. 

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