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    Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by Dicanio on June 30th 2009, 12:52

    An in-depth interview with Carlo Regno, Ballardini's assistant coach and trusted friend




    If you ask Facebook, you better don’t trust the popular social network. Make no mistake because the real Carlo Regno doesn’t hold a big cactus between his legs but he’s rather concentrating himself on the coming season. Tactics and training methods are all unveiled here.

    So Mister Regno, what’s the new Lazio will be like?
    In Cagliari and Palermo our football entertained many. I definitely hope this will also happen at Lazio: entertainment is our main target. The best thing to hear from our fans after a match would be “today I had fun”.

    It looks like it will be a ductile team.
    Every decision is up to Ballardini. Lazio will play in the most suitable way. But he will still have the chance to change on the fly, both during the season and during a match. He isn’t a fundamentalist, after all.

    You have already taken the field. Season has already started for you…
    Yes, we meet up every morning in Ravenna. We scribbled down the schedules for the training sessions. Yes, we are at work. That’s the way we conceive our job (as Lotito said introducing them to the press a couple of weeks ago “ora et labora”). We just take a rest every Monday during the year and we still meet up for lunch or dinner on that day…and we always end up talking about football!

    Do you preach any special “commandment”?

    The most important thing is that the guys will be available to follow us and will be eager to work and have fun on the pitch.

    What’s the work waiting for the squad?
    Our training sessions are off-the-shelf: they always last one hour and 15/20 minutes. No more. During the pre-season it will be the same. They are short but very intense. No pauses. During the season though, only Tuesday differs from the other days because trainings last up to one hour and 40 minutes.

    80% technique training and the rest will be athletics: is it true?

    During the standard week, we will rotate the exercises, which will always be different. We’ll reach our physical goals especially developing the players’ skills.

    The pre-season in Auronzo will be the beginning of it all. Which is the new plan conceived for Lazio?
    During the first week we’ll train twice every day. Of course the training sessions will still last one hour and 20 minutes but they will be different from the standard-week ones. We have been in Auronzo di Cadore and we had a look at the surroundings. There are many nature trails and we’ll make the most of them every morning, working on the edge of the lake. Every afternoon, indeed, you’ll find us working on the pitch.

    Pre-season though will officially start on 5th July.
    Yes, we are going to meet in Formello before leaving for Auronzo. The players will only perform some group testing: the first days will only be useful to get to know each other better.

    So from 10th July onwards the training will get underway.
    As I said, athletics every morning, then we are going to alternate running and strength training every other day. Every afternoon we’ll develop the players’ skills with the ball. In the first week, you won’t see much tactics then. The more we’ll see them play, the better. We won’t consider tactics and playing systems from the very beginning. We’ll discuss about them later on.

    When is the first pause expected?
    During the first weeks, the players will get two half-days off. More or less they will come on Sunday. Thus, every half-day has been thought to happen after 7 or 8 training sessions. And don’t forget that Lazio will also play some friendlies.

    When the summer training ends, what stage will Lazio have reached?
    That’s difficult to make a percent. What I can say is that at the end of summer trainings we will have reached a high level, since we have to be ready for the 8th August match against Inter Milan. An Italian Supercup final is not a game you get the chance to play in every day! We’ll try to disclose the times as best as possible.

    They said Sacchi was a teacher for Ballardini (even though the former Palermo coach said this is not true) but what about Carlo Regno then?
    I’d say Colombia’s Francisco Maturana. His team practiced some easy on the eyes trainings. I was lucky enough to see them live and they really impressed me. When I met him, he explained his philosophy to me and I understood there was a well-organized plan behind all that I saw.

    What are the features of your work which can be immediately spotted in a game?
    There are bits of many coaches in it, but the most of our work is our of course. We are used to invent, to experiment, to look for some changes or novelties. Sometimes they work out well, some others they don’t so we have to commit ourselves to find some correctives. But in the end the best thing is to see something you had in your mind being put into practice.

    Lazio players were used to study the opposition on TV before the games, and after the games the former coach used to correct their mistakes watching the DVDs. Will you use that method too?
    No. We are the ones supposed to watch the games. On Tuesdays Ballardini will correct their mistakes directly on the pitch with no support from the images. We don’t use to show the players the past games. And we don’t use to show them the opponents’ games either. If they wish, they can do it themselves though.

    Why?
    Ballardini cares only about his team. We don’t practice trainings on the basis of other teams’ playing style. Whether there’s a team or another on Sunday, to us it’s the same. Lazio won’t have to fit to others, but it will be the opposite. That’s the way we are used to.

    Ballardini works 24/7. As you do. Is it true that he wakes up in the middle of the night in order to study some new strategies?
    Yes, it’s true. He wants us to sleep in adjacent rooms. We’ll live in Formello, as you know, and the rooms will be 16-19 feet away one another. Let’s say they are farther than we were used to: once, he would normally knock on the wall…

    Trainings behind closed doors. Is it going to be like this all the time?
    We’ll practice them always behind closed doors except on Thursday, when the mid-week friendly is due to take place. What I want to state here is that we respect our fans, but that’s just our way of working.

    Your purpose is to practice double sessions on Wednesdays and Thursdays, isn’t it?
    That’s the way it is. But since we’ll be playing in Europe on Thursday, that double session will depend on the schedule.



    At the same time Lazio have just launched their new season ticket campaign. The price won’t be as low as last season when you could get a Curva Nord season ticket for just €100. Old season ticket holders though will be awarded with a €175 price: to get this discount you just have to show a season ticket between 1999/00 and 2007/08 seasons. Normal prices range from €220 to €3,600.

    Here’s the updated friendlies list:
    12th July Auronzo Representative v Lazio (KO 6 pm IT)
    18th July Lazio v Universitatea Craiova (Romania; @ Auronzo, 6 pm IT)
    22nd July Lazio v SPAL (Lega Pro; @ Auronzo, 6 pm IT)
    26th July Lazio v Triestina (Serie B; @ Auronzo, 6 pm IT)
    28th July Vicenza v Lazio (Serie B; @ Vicenza) ?
    8th August Inter v Lazio (Beijing, 2 pm IT)
    13th August Lazio v Osasuna (Rome, Stadio Olimpico, 9 pm IT)


    As you could probably argue, why are they going to play all these low-profile friendlies? The answer is quite easy: in order to try more tactics and systems as possible. In this way, the team can concentrate better on their playing level and won’t make too many bad impressions before the season officially start!


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    Post by naldylaziale on June 30th 2009, 13:24

    bahasa planet!!
    BAKAR!! BAKAR MOMOD!!

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    Post by timorocchi on June 30th 2009, 14:04

    BAKAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!
    DUUUUUUAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRR !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Post by Laziosquad on June 30th 2009, 14:50

    Regno itu siapa? Asisten balardini?

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    Post by danielganx on June 30th 2009, 22:41

    klo dari artikel di atas sih si regno itu asisten pelatih+teman dekat nya ballardini

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    Post by wendy on June 30th 2009, 23:11

    tmen deket kan? jangan2...

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    Post by danielganx on June 30th 2009, 23:15

    jgn2 apa bro wendy ?? Razz hahahahaahahhaaha affraid

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    Post by Laziosquad on July 1st 2009, 02:40

    Waduh jangan2 ada new maho generation? Bener g b.Ing nya wakakaka

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    Post by timorocchi on July 1st 2009, 08:37

    Laziosquad wrote:Waduh jangan2 ada new maho generation? Bener g b.Ing nya wakakaka

    betul kok inggris nya ,,,
    hahaha ...

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    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by Dicanio on July 2nd 2009, 12:14

    First choices for Ballardini

    For Davide Ballardini it’s time to choose about which players he’s going to bring with him to Auronzo’s mountains. The rooms booked at the hotel are almost 35 and this figure is due to grow if the club doesn’t unlock the transfer market in the coming days. In fact, the whole roster will meet up on Saturday at Formello training centre and stay there until they leave for Auronzo on 10th July. Ballardini won’t leave anyone in Rome, though. Some real doubts are linked to the Reserves team.

    ALESSANDRO TUIA (19 years old)
    The next Ale Nesta should join former Roma player and Crotone coach Francesco Moriero at Frosinone next season. Playing at Serie B level would be vital for him, since he would get the chance to play in a tougher league, that is the best thing to do for a youngster who needs to develop some more determination to his yet great skills. He would get more spine and would still live close to Rome.

    RICCARDO PERPETUINI (18)
    At first glance, everybody thought he was a great player. He showed great personality in Lazio’s third from last game in Palermo. Good game vision and excellent passing made him immediately a promising new talent. As soon as Ledesma leaves, Perpetuini, a former Curva Nord regular (just look for him on Netlog) will be either second or third choice in that position, considering that Elias from Corinthians should be the main candidate and that finally Lucas Correa from Pro Patria will join the squad in the summer training in Auronzo.

    LIBOR KOZAK (20)
    His future is already decided. The Czech player will go on loan to some team. For his qualities, both physical and technical, he’s the least suitable to stay and collect some caps now and then. He needs to play with continuity if he wants to keep growing.

    ETTORE MENDICINO (19)
    After the potential goal of his life was disallowed in Liverpool last summer, Lazio number 90 will try to get some more space in the first squad. At the moment, he’s playing with the Under-20 Italian national team at the Mediterranean Games in Pescara. So he’ll join the first team later on. The same is to be said about Bonetto and Baronio who are both back from playoff experience with Livorno and Brescia in Serie B.

    DAVIDE FARAONI (17)

    The Bracciano-born right back will stay and will be among those 39 players meeting up at Formello next Saturday. If Tuia leaves and he goes, the main reason is about the fact that Lazio have more central defenders than full backs, especially if Genoa find an agreement with De Silvestri.


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    Post by Hadi van der vaart on July 2nd 2009, 14:51

    ^
    Lorenzo Cinque yg katanya hebat gak masuk hitungan ya???

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    Post by Danang on July 2nd 2009, 15:22

    dy g skt cinqungunya!!!he...jd ga msk hitungan

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    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by Dicanio on July 18th 2009, 09:02


    Tomasso Rocchi & Mobido Diakite Clash In Lazio Training Session - Report
    The two players were involved in an altercation during a practice match during training...



    There was plenty of action during Lazio's training session today as striker Tommaso Rocchi and defender Mobido Diakite angrily confronted one another.

    The squad was split up into two groups for a short match at the end of practice at their pre-season retreat in Auronzo Di Cadore, but things soon got out of hand, according to Ansa.

    Diakite caught Mourad Meghni with a late, harsh tackle, before diving in strongly on Rocchi.

    The Biancocelesti captain reacted in anger, facing up to the French centre-back and raising his hands. The duo were involved in a brief scuffle before team-mates separated them.

    Lazio coach Davide Ballardini looked on in disbelief, while the 500 spectators present seemed disappointed. The squad won the Coppa Italia last season and have a testing campaign ahead as they are also involved in the Europa League competition.


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    Post by Laziosquad on July 18th 2009, 10:36

    duh kayaknya diakite serius bgt jadi ribut dah

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    Post by joeanta on July 18th 2009, 19:04

    tragedi yg mngecewakan..T_T (versi bhs indonesia)

    http://www.goal.com/id-ID/news/1353/serie-a-italia/2009/07/18/1388992/rocchi-diakite-baku-hantam

    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by Hadi van der vaart on July 19th 2009, 15:19

    Salah satu dari mereka hrs cabut tuh! Ibarat kata kalo gelasnya udah retak, tu gelas pasti bocor. Maksud gw, konflik seperti ini pasti akan terulang suatu saat nanti!!

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    Post by sirgon on July 19th 2009, 17:56

    waduuuuuuh stop ribut doooong....kl mau ribut sama ASu ROMA aja....damai yaaaaaaaaah
    FORZA LAZIO

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    Post by naldylaziale on July 19th 2009, 19:29

    Hadi van der vaart wrote:Salah satu dari mereka hrs cabut tuh! Ibarat kata kalo gelasnya udah retak, tu gelas pasti bocor. Maksud gw, konflik seperti ini pasti akan terulang suatu saat nanti!!
    hem,, terlalu lucu jika hanya karna permasalahan sepele kaya ini salah satu harus keluar dari tim..
    rocchi itu udh senior.. dia pasti tau cara menjinakkan juniornya...

    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by yono_13 on July 20th 2009, 21:53

    klo keduanya masih berantem, pasti yg kalah yg muda.


    Bek Lazio Jadi Rebutan Hoffenheim Dan Frankfurt
    Lazio terpaksa melepas bek David Rozehnal untuk mengurangi jumlah pemain dalam skuad.

    Bener ga nich?...

    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by timorocchi on July 21st 2009, 07:00

    yono_13 wrote:klo keduanya masih berantem, pasti yg kalah yg muda.


    Bek Lazio Jadi Rebutan Hoffenheim Dan Frankfurt
    Lazio terpaksa melepas bek David Rozehnal untuk mengurangi jumlah pemain dalam skuad.

    Bener ga nich?...

    menurut sumber terpercaya , emang bener ...
    klo mau dia dijual , beli garay ...

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    Re: Seputar Pre-Season Lazio

    Post by Danang on July 27th 2009, 12:01

    wha gw krg stujhu klo mabido diakite djual,,ne pamaen bgs koq,,cm krg tampan aj!!he,,,tp sec prmainan ne pmain termasuk bek yg solid!!ga rugi de qt pny dy..mgkn wkt training kmrn rochi n diakite cm slh paham aj..bgsnya ne pamain qt skors aj,tp jgn dijual!!hukuman ttp hrs ada..,,btw tgl 8 augst bsk qt mo kchina lawan inter di super coppa y??

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