ROMA NEWS

Roma President James Pallotta released a statement urging everyone to “calm down” after the Juventus defeat.
Referee Gianluca Rocchi reportedly said his “conscience is clear” over the controversial Juventus-Roma decisions.
Juventus-Roma drags on with Leonardo Bonucci’s Twitter row, Giallorossi insulted in the airport and calls for referee Gianluca Rocchi’s arrest.
Leonardo Bonucci’s personal motivator says he gave the player garlic sweets and told him to ‘breathe in the face of Gervinho and Francesco Totti’.
Pavel Nedved has waded into the Juventus-Roma debate with sharp criticism for Giallorosso captain Francesco Totti.
Beppe Marotta has conceded that ‘Roma have definitely bridged the gap’ to Juventus that was present from last season.
Beppe Marotta has called Francesco Totti’s words ‘damaging’ to Juventus and hit out at the suggestion the League is distorted in their favour.
Serse Cosmi believes Roma must put yesterday’s sense of injustice behind them and start again with the belief they are on Juventus’ level.
The Lega Serie A confirm several suspensions, including two games for Roma’s Kostas Manolas, and a fine for Rudi Garcia.
Mark Iuliano believes Juventus deserved to win against Roma yesterday and it is proof that they are the ‘dominant team’ in Italy.
Carlo Tavecchio has called on Roma and Juventus to ‘tone things down’ and says he plans to request to FIFA the use of television replays on dubious calls.
Rudi Garcia has continued the polemic from Roma’s defeat to Juventus by tweeting that it ‘really does hurt Italian football’.
Antonio Conte is unconcerned by Juventus-Roma and says he does not expect it to affect squad relations in the Italy squad.
Former Serie A referee Paolo Casarin believes Juventus-Roma broke down as a result of Gianluca Rocchi’s decision on Douglas Maicon’s handball.
Arturo Vidal was reportedly dropped from Juventus’ starting line-up against Roma for disciplinary reasons.
Beppe Marotta has called Francesco Totti’s post-Juventus-Roma assessment ‘unacceptable’, as he looks for a balanced reflection on yesterday.
Gigi Buffon said “there is no longer a gap” between Juventus and Roma despite today’s 3-2 result.
Roma director Walter Sabatini insists “all the Juventus goals were clearly invalid” in a 3-2 defeat.
Francesco Totti was furious after Roma lost 3-2 to Juventus, noting “by hook or by crook they always win.”
Max Allegri said Juventus-Roma was “a very intense game and the victory was deserved, but it doesn’t mean we’re clearly superior.”