ROMA NEWS

Roma Coach Rudi Garcia believes his side’s humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich won’t affect them domestically.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly complained that Roma and Juventus’ midweek defeats have ‘devalued’ Italian football.
Roma may already be looking at Manuel Pasqual and Davide Santon as alternatives to left-back Ashley Cole.
Brazil Coach Carlos Dunga has named Norberto Neto and Rafael Cabral in his latest squad, with no place for Douglas Maicon.
Former Roma Coach Carlo Mazzone has urged the club to quickly forget about the result against Bayern Munich.
Luciano Moggi claims that Italian football is lagging behind Europe’s elite, where the game is more aggressive and of a higher standard.
Gianluca Rocchi will once again have the weekend away from the spotlight after the Italian Referees’ Association announced the officials for Week 8.
Roma will be without Douglas Maicon for two rounds, but Kevin Strootman could return sooner than expected, according to reports.
Milan full-back Ignazio Abate has revealed he was close to joining Roma before Leonardo’s tenure on the Rossoneri bench.
Francesco Totti thanked the “unique in the world” Roma fans for their support after a 7-1 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Roma goalkeeper Gianluca Curci will be out of action for four to six weeks after elbow surgery.
James Pallotta said he was moved to tears by Roma’s supporters during yesterday’s defeat to Bayern Munich.
Rudi Garcia has taken to Twitter to assert his belief that Roma can still progress from their Champions League group.
Former Juventus Coach Luigi Maifredi believes the Bianconeri face a difficult game when they face Olympiacos tonight.
Former Roma player Alessio Scarchilli believes the Giallorossi must learn the lessons of their humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Former Roma and Bayern Munich player Ruggiero Rizzitelli believes Rudi Garcia's men can’t be evaluated based on their defeat to the Germans.
Marco Cassetti sees differences between Roma’s defeat to Bayern last night, and the 7-1 loss to Manchester United in 2007.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben insists Roma are still a top side - despite yesterday’s 7-1 humbling.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni says Coach Rudi Garcia knows what went wrong against Bayern Munich.
Ex-Roma defender Mehdi Benatia said he had “sent a message to the German media” with his Bayern Munich performance.