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  04/07/2014: Lotito: Protests will only affect players
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Claudio Lotito has once again outlined his view on the protests, and urged fans to get behind the team in a statement:

"When I said 2015 would be a year of change, I imagined a large Lazio, able to play on several fronts and built from a common project, which would include not only the club's commitment to the formation of a large and competitive roster, as we are doing, but also the involvement of supporters in a year of revival, for everyone."

"It's impossible to abandon the colours with the aim of mounting protests that would ultimately only affect the performance of individual players. This is the time to stick together and accompany the team in a new round of victories."
Author: Cathal Mullan
 
 
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