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Well, probably when Juve and Milan fans will ready this post here, they are likely to think "Oh, these Lazio fans, always going for excuses, even the most ridiculous". But then again, what the hell Juve and Milan fans know about bad luck at all? Can the richest man on Earth be aware of what does it mean to be hit by bad luck? Sampdoria are still wondering how have they lost against Milan a match that they well deserved to win, last season. This season Milan have lost their luck and evryone can now see their true strength.
Juventus, admittingly, have tasted a wee bit of bad luck last season. As they are not used at that, they couldn't fight against bad luck and were sheer crap. This season the lucky star is back on Juventus: no player injured so far and the refs...

Things are quite different at Lazio: week in week out, a player got injured. You have to play an all important Champions Cup match away to Valencia, so that you need a strong defense. What happens: yeah, your best defender Nesta gets injured! And don't forget your goalkeeper as well, for good measure. You need your currently best striker to recover from the 5-2 first leg defeat. What happens: Simone Inzaghi gets injured!
Bad luck!

This season Lazio have hit more posts than Amo, and some of them was deadly decisive such as in both games against Feyenoord, but no wonder, we are used to bad luck. And I don't want to talk about referees... Many people say that the real problem at Lazio is that they are lacking in fighting spirit: totally wrong. This has been a wretched season for Lazio, yet WE ARE STILL THERE, ALIVE, KICKING AND STILL FIGHTING FOR THE SCUDETTO.

For the next season, what about a pre-season tour in a few lovely places such as Fàtima, Santiago de Compostela and Lourdes? Perhaps this tour could be more effective than the buy of a new player!

CHE CE FREGA DER PUPONE
NOI CI AVEMO SIMEONE
 
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True indeed...fighting spirit is Lazio but unfortunately bad luck is too!
Even if we won't win the scudetto (but we will) or the champions league (we will do that too) I think that Lazio has established itself among the truly great teams in Europe.
I honestly believe that with this team plus a few reinforcements Lazio could have a succelful era beginning next season like the one for AC M***n 10 years ago.
 
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It is a cliche i know, but it is also true.That luck even's itself out during a nine month football season.Lazio have done very well to have kept on the shirt-tails of Juve, but please be gracious in defeat!
 

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It's true that bad luck seems to always hit Lazio...but we can still come back from this!!!! Think positive guys!!!

Oh and Aquila...some bad luck seems to have hit Forest too...Colin Calderwood broke his leg againt Birmingham City! :( But at least you beat the bluenose scum! :)
 
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good luck is a bit like the love of a beatiful woman. it´s not always there when needed and you can´t really expect it. when it´s there everything comes in place and you´re close to invinceble. but, and as we all know, it doesn´t come our way by chance. we earn it, we pay for it, and we have to keep on earning it. over and over again but in time it tends to level out. why do we do it?

because the love of a woman, be it signora luck, takes us to heights we didn´t think we could go.

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