Former Lazio midfielder Senad Lulic remembered the impact of his goal against Roma in the 2013 Coppa Italia final.

Speaking in an interview with Italian media outlet Blick.ch earlier today, the 35-year-old Bosnian midfielder first discussed his current plans for the future.

I have not yet decided whether to end my career, I’m evaluating what is best for me and my family. I’ll give myself some time, if there was an interesting project.

We’re back in Chur, if something happened in Switzerland it would be great, but I don’t exclude a commitment abroad.

Lulic touched on the importance of his goal for Lazio in the Coppa Italia derby final in the 2012/13 season.

Until I scored in the 2013 Coppa Italia final I could move freely, after that it was impossible, but it’s part of our job. It’s different here, we can go out to eat in peace. 

Here I am Senad, not the top scorer of the derby. I like it. Rome was great, the hype is part of it. We loved living there and still go often.

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The 35-year-old Bosnian midfielder revealed that he was close to signing for a Swiss club this summer, following his departure from Lazio.

In the summer I had contacts with Zurich, but something went wrong and I didn’t sign.

Finally, Lulic spoke about his relationship with Bosnian-Swiss coach Vladimir Petković, who is currently in charge of Bordeaux.

We are always in contact, even though we haven’t worked together in recent years. 

I’m not worried about his results at Bordeaux, it takes time, as with any other coach.

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The 35-year-old Lulic spent 10 years with Lazio, from 2011 to 2021. In his decade with the Roman club, he made 371 appearances across all competitions, scoring 34 goals and providing 50 assists in that time.

In his time with Lazio, Lulic helped the club win two Coppa Italia titles and two Supercoppa Italiana.