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  06/01/2012: Reja: "The break came at the right time for us"
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The break is now over and tomorrow Lazio will play for the first time this year, away against Siena. At the press conference Lazio coach Edy Reja said his players are rested now and that the break was good for the team:

"The is always a question mark after a break this long. The break has been good, both mental and physical. We will see what we can do on the field tomorrow. Siena is a good team but we will use our experience to try and win."

Reja also had time to speak about the mercato:

"We have good a good staff and quality players. We would like all our players to play at 100% of their ability, like Cissé and Hernanes. I can not say much about a possible return of Mauro Zarate. We will see."

Reja was also asked about the current match fixing scandal, but Lazio has decided not to talk about it so he had no comment.

(Eivind Ytreland)
 
 
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