Senad "Speedy" Lulic is a versatile, dynamic, ambidextrous and pacy Bosnian winger.
Prior to be signed by Lazio he spent his whole football career in Switzerland, playing for clubs like Bellinzona, Grashoppers and Young Boys.
It was with the latter, in the 2010-11 season, where he started to emerge as a talented winger, playing in both UEFA Champions League
qualifiers (eliminated by Tottenham) and UEFA Europa League (terminated by Zenit Saint Petersburg).
After his impressive lone season for the Bernese club, he was signed by Lazio, on a five-year contract.
At first he struggled to adapt to Serie A (including a disasterous debut against Ac Milan) but then he gradually became a key player for the biancocelesti.
He's been praised by Lazio's fans because of his great speed and energy (hence he's also called "The Battery").
Lulic started to become a regular member of the Bosnia-Herzegovina national team since 2010, playing mostly as a attacking left back.
As of July 2012 he has 17 caps for his national side.