Lazio’s Inconsistent Covid-19 Test Case Receives New Court Date

Lazio’s inconsistent Covid-19 test case has received a new court date, being set for 19th October.

As reported by Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the Federal Court of Appeal will hear the Biancocelesti’s appeal later this month, following CONI’s Collegio di Garanzia decision to accept parts of the appeal.

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Lazio president Claudio Lotito is also deciding whether or not to take action against FIGC president Gabriele Gravina.

The Italian FA president prevented Lotito, the current Federal Counsellor, from participating in Thursday’s Federal Council meeting due to the ban imposed by the Covid-19 test case.

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Lotito’s sentence, however, was dropped after the Collegio di Garanzia, meaning that he should have been able to take part. He is now considering pushing the situation further.

The inconsistent Covid-19 test case has been rumbling on for almost a full year now, following the initial incident which occurred after a win over Torino.

Tags Biancocelesti Claudio Lotito Collegio di Garanzia CONI COVID-19 Federal Court of Appeal FIGC Gabriele Gravina Gravina Italy Lazio Lotito Rome Serie A