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  02/09/2011: Klose: I like it in Italy
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The striker explained why he agreed to join Lazio – “I wanted another experience abroad and in Lazio everything is on the top level, exactly as I wanted it. I like the relaxed attitude of the Italians” – revealed Klose in an interview for the Bild. He also described that in the Bundesliga for 13 years he was late just once, because the highway was blocked, but in Italy if a meeting is for 9:30 there is no problem for you to show up at 9:40 and no one will be angry at you. “To me it is nice to know there is another way of life” – concluded the forward.

(Georgi Angelov)

 
 
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lotito 9/19/2011 9:01:31 AM
Young zarate and muslera go...we still said we wanna fight for title? Roma get stekelenburg, lamela, wonderkid pjanic and kirkic, Gago yet we claim to be better than they are?
 
 
 
 
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