Tuesday Jul 28, 2015  
     
 
  28/11/2011: "Cissé will leave in January"
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Vincenzo D’amico, sports commentator for RAI and a former Scudetto winner with Lazio spoke about the situation at the club today:

"Lazio came out badly from these two important games. Against Napoli they did well to achieve a point with that many injuries, but at home against Juventus we saw that Edy Reja does not have a team that can win the Scudetto. He is missing some important elements in the midfield. Like when you compare Pirlo to Ledesma, who made 70% of his passes wrong, and also Cissé who has not started the season well."

D'amico thinks that Djibril Cissé's time at Lazio might be over already:

"Instead of playing with Klose, he tries to be the number one. For me he will not recover this season, and will leave already in January."

(Eivind Ytreland)
 
 
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