Società Sportiva Lazio failed to defend their Serie A title won in 2000 following a troubled season, in which Sven-Göran Eriksson resigned following the announcement by the Football Association that he would succeed Kevin Keegan as England national football team manager. Dino Zoff replaced Eriksson and led Lazio to a third place in Serie A, but once again Lazio failed in its ambition to win the Champions League, not even being close to reach the Quarter Finals.

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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti la Società Sportiva Lazio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 2000-2001. (it)
  • Società Sportiva Lazio failed to defend their Serie A title won in 2000 following a troubled season, in which Sven-Göran Eriksson resigned following the announcement by the Football Association that he would succeed Kevin Keegan as England national football team manager. Dino Zoff replaced Eriksson and led Lazio to a third place in Serie A, but once again Lazio failed in its ambition to win the Champions League, not even being close to reach the Quarter Finals. Hernán Crespo was the most prolific player in Lazio's season, scoring 26 goals in his first season for the club, ensuring Lazio's heavy investment in bringing him to the club paid off. (en)
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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti la Società Sportiva Lazio nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 2000-2001. (it)
  • Società Sportiva Lazio failed to defend their Serie A title won in 2000 following a troubled season, in which Sven-Göran Eriksson resigned following the announcement by the Football Association that he would succeed Kevin Keegan as England national football team manager. Dino Zoff replaced Eriksson and led Lazio to a third place in Serie A, but once again Lazio failed in its ambition to win the Champions League, not even being close to reach the Quarter Finals. (en)
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