If reports of illegal training routines were true, Lazio’s Chief medic promised to resign as players are not allowed to attend group training until Monday.
Lazio had arranged a three v three training session, with games lasting five minutes each, published Corriere Della Sera newspaper.
Speaking to Radio Punto Nuovo, Lazio chief medic Ivo Pulcini told: “I read the report and the photograph they used is an old one.”
“The club assures me, it is not true, and if it was, I would be forced to resign. I have to take responsibility, but what more can I do if workers do not follow suggestions? I was not there, as I cannot spend the entire day watching every session, I can only make recommendations.”
The whole squad needs to be quarantined for 15 days protested The Players ‘Association and Agents’ Association, because if one person is tested positive means that the very real risk of the season will be halted again.
Meanwhile, CONI (Italian Olympic Committee) President Giovanni Malagò also commented on the reported illegal Lazio training session.
“I don’t know if it’s true, but if it was, that would be disrespectful,” he said in a video press conference. He praised the decision to set up a group of inspectors who will visit the training grounds and ensure teams are sticking to the rules.