Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri is growing increasingly angry with Lega Serie A and will continue the spat.

As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the situation started following the 62-year-old Italian coach’s complaints regarding the Sunday 12:30 pm scheduling of the match against Bologna, only 61 hours after the win over Lokomotiv Moscow in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday.

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Sarri’s complaints did not please the top officials of Lega Serie A, with president Paolo Dal Pino suggesting that the observations were noted in a rude manner, and not legitimate.

In Lazio’s 3-0 loss to Bologna last week, Sarri was again at risk of receiving a red card, protesting too much at referee Davide Massa’s decisions.

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Sarri has every intention to reply to Dal Pino once the international break has ended, meaning that this bitter spat will continue for a little longer yet.

Lazio’s next game of the season is against Simone Inzaghi’s Inter on 16th October.