Serie A: Maurizio Sarri steps down as Lazio boss following poor performance

Maurizio Sarri has stepped down from his position as manager of Lazio after a series of disappointing results in Serie A.

The team has faced 12 defeats under Sarri’s leadership, including their most recent loss to Udinese.

Reports indicate that Lazio’s president and sporting director called the squad to a training camp to address their form for the final 10 games of the season, leading to Sarri’s decision to resign.

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The team’s fans were not pleased with their performance, as they were booed off the pitch after the Udinese match.

Multiple sources, including Fabrizio Romano, Calciomercato.com, and Football Italia, have confirmed Sarri’s resignation.

Maurizio Sarri held a tense meeting with the squad following the Udinese defeat to discuss the reasons behind their poor performance.

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Having previously managed Chelsea and Juventus, Sarri leaves Lazio immediately, with the club still in contention in the Coppa Italia.

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