Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman has conceded that the club's hierarchy have the final say on whether he will leave the club.
The Czech tactician was given the board's full support earlier this week, but the Giallorossi boss has admitted that after the 4-2 defeat to Cagliari on Friday, he could exit Stadio Olimpico.
“We have played good games this season,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “But tonight certainly isn't one of them.
“We were unbalanced, and did not play as we usually do. The players showed great desire, but we just couldn't get it right.
“I won't resign because of one bad game. I have not spoken with anyone from the board, but they will ultimately make the final decision.”
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