Lazio, Maurizio Sarri questions: ‘If it’s my fault, I’ll leave’
A defeat that could also have serious consequences.
Lazio knocked out on the field of Salernitana, and Maurizio Sarri does not rule out taking a step back. Reduced by one point in the last three days of Serie A, the biancoceleste team è plunged to midà standings after the defeat at the Arechi. And in a press conference their own coach è said he was willing to question his own job.
"I do not know what thoughts the president has,” Sarri explained in the press conference, “but I intend to do something to break this inertia. I am against retreats, which I see as a palliative. But we have lost initiative and personality; something is wrong. And if I knew it was è my fault, if I were certain, I would leave immediately".
"I find it hard to understand what is going on, since since last year I have not changed. The preparation for races è the same, the ideas also. In fact, I have become even more pressing with the team. If Lazio plays like this, perì, we will make a quiet midà standings. Right now I am moreù disappointed than angry. But if I should understand that the responsibility is mine, I will takeò the consequences. And I will suggestò to the president to change course", Sarri said even more seriously.