UEFA have officially announced that they intend to open an investigation into Lazio fans following reports of racist chanting in the club’s Europa League clash against French side Stade Rennais last week. This comes after Lazio President Claudio Lotito described white skin as “normal” when
UEFA have revealed the latest club rankings in terms of coefficients and Lazio have ranked as the fourth-highest Italian side in the list. Juventus are the only Serie A outfit in the top ten, ranking fifth, whilst Roma fall in 15th and Napoli in 20th.
UEFA announced its decision regarding the match between Sevilla and Lazio, announcing that it has rejected the Biancocelesti’s appeal. Therefore, the sanctions that were first assigned to the club, will take effect. Below, the official statement that was released on May 23rd. UEFA Appeals Body
UEFA have published their updated club rankings and coefficients; with Lazio remaining in 39th place, where they were previously. The top ten is as follows: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Manchester City, Sevilla, PSG, FC Porto and Arsenal. For Italian clubs, the
In addition to Adam Marusic – who was sent off in the second leg of the Europa League Round of 32 clash against Sevilla – Lazio are being investigated by UEFA. As reported on their official website this morning, the Biancocelesti will be questioned for racist