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  10/01/2014: BREAKING NEWS: Mauri ban reduced to 6 months
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Stefano Mauri had a hearing with the appeal court TNAS today and an early ruling has seen the Lazio captain receive a three-month reduction to his ban , restoring it to the original six months. This means that Mauri will return to action at the start of Feburary.

Following the initial ban, Mauri took two months off for a vacation and planned to begin training in December in the hope of being able to return to action in February while in peak condition. Despite seeing the original ban extended to nine months, Mauri proceeded with the original plan and has been training with the club since Edy Reja returned as manager.

Therefore Mauri's first game back in the Lazio shirt could be against Chievo on the 2nd February and of course, Mauri is now eligible to play in the Derby della Capitale which follows a week later.
Author: Cathal Mullan
 
 
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