Lazio lawyer Gian Michele Gentile clarified the club’s position after the CONI ruling.
Speaking in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Radio Incontro Olympia (via LazioNews24) last night, the Italian lawyer discussed the outcome of the CONI Collegio di Garanzia ruling.
The Collegio di Garanzia gave us reason, dismantling all the accusations made against Lazio.
In the case of Immobile, the investigation on the tests was carried out by the Department of Public Health, the report was regularly sent to the local health authority in which a positive test and 4 negative ones were found between Tuesday and Saturday.
The local health authority certified the false positive and decided not to proceed.
The fact that Lazio is under attack is evident. The League always talks about Sarri when in the derby I saw another coach enter the pitch to retrieve the ball.
Even Gravina has never hidden his hostility towards Lotito who should not have been removed in such a rash manner by the Federal Council.
The bitter spat between Lotito and the Italian football governing bodies is continuing to drag out, with the Biancocelesti president not wanting to give up without a battle.
Coach Maurizio Sarri has also found himself embroiled in a dispute with Lega Serie A, complaining about the match scheduling of the game against Bologna being only 61 hours after the Europa League clash with Lokomotiv Moscow.
Further updates to this spat are expected over the coming days and weeks, with Lazio’s appeal trial coming later this month on 19th October. The results of this could lead to further divisions.