Former Lazio captain Pino Wilson noted the importance of Luis Alberto’s absence in tonight’s match against Napoli.

Speaking in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Radio Marte (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 75-year-old Italian first spoke about the absences of Luis Alberto and Napoli’s Diego Demme.

Two important absences, Luis Alberto’s a little more so. He’s the mastermind from the back three and his absence would be bad.

He could play though because he has actually endured the same issue before. Both teams need to achieve a goal that could heal the season, a draw with a win for Atalanta in Rome.

He touched on the presidents of the two clubs, Claudio Lotito and Aurelio De Laurentiis.

You certainly don’t get bored with them, they know how to make fireworks.

Finally, Wilson spoke about Biancocelesti assistant coach Massimiliano Farris, who will take Simone Inzaghi’s place tonight.

A well-prepared person, very close with Simone Inzaghi.

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