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  11/08/2011: Klose excited by Lazio
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Miroslav Klose spoke to German TV about his experience so far at Lazio.

"I had to adapt to things here. Now I know the rythm of the Italians who play a little more relaxed and slow. The team has welcomed me so well. We have a very large squad, with many players, which in practice may be a bit problematic. It's the opposite of what happens in Germany, but the harmony of the squad is very good".

Klose went on to say, "Life is simple, you get enough sleep then later you train. Differences from Germany? For example at the retreat we didn't get a real breakfast. In the morning the players had an espresso, a latte and a croissant - and that's all! In Germany we say you need a good breakfast to start your day effortlessly".

(Giannino Capaldi)
 
 
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starfish 8/14/2011 11:33:49 AM
FORZA LAZIO!FORZA MIRO!
 
 
 
 
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