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Maurizio Sarri resigns as Lazio manager

Maurizio Sarri has resigned as manager of Lazio after a string of poor results.

The Italian coach had been under pressure after his team lost four of their last five Serie A matches and were eliminated from the Champions League.

Sarri met with Lazio president Claudio Lotito on Tuesday morning to discuss his future, but the two men were unable to reach an agreement.

Sarri is believed to have been unhappy with the lack of support from the Lazio players, and he felt that he could no longer continue as manager.

In a statement, Lazio said: “The club would like to thank Maurizio Sarri for his work and dedication during his time at Lazio. We wish him all the best for the future.”

Lazio are now considering their options for a replacement for Sarri.

The club’s former striker Tommaso Rocchi is the frontrunner for the job, but Miroslav Klose is also being considered.

Lazio are hoping to make an appointment as soon as possible, as they have a Coppa Italia match against Udinese on Thursday.

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