Former Lazio defender Pietro Ghedin spoke about the Biancocelesti’s current position in an interview with Italian media outlet TuttoMercatoWeb earlier today.

We’re going through ups and downs, but we can’t always go at a thousand miles per hour. Yesterday was a difficult match in which the team could have won but could have also lost.

He commented on the squad’s recent results.

In the meantime, the team has moved forward in the Champions League. It’s a heavy commitment but the team is there, it’s good. I see 15-18 players of a high level.

It’s clear that we have to evaluate many particular situations including Covid but I remain convinced that the team is there.

The Italian spoke about the Roman club and any possible work on the transfer market.

It seems to me that the club has spent a lot of money and then it is clear that a coach is never happy and always wants more.

Great players help you to win, but Lazio have great players. Winning the Scudetto or the Champions League is difficult for everyone, not only for the Biancocelesti.

Finally, Ghedin spoke about the rest of the season and what he would do if he were coach.

There are five months left until the end of the season, there is time to recover. It’s long and there’s also the double challenge with Bayern.

What would I do in Inzaghi’s place? Nothing, I can speak as a fan and say that we can do better but there is time.