ROMA NEWS

Francesco Totti and Antonio Rudiger are out of Roma’s trip to Sampdoria tomorrow night.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia believes the League table “only counts psychologically” at this early stage.
Sampdoria Coach Walter Zenga warns “we’re facing one of the strongest teams” in Roma.
Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
Giovanni Trapattoni ‘hasn’t been surprised by Inter’ and thinks they will challenge Roma and Juventus for the title.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is reportedly considering former Roma star Vincenzo Montella to replace Coach Stefano Pioli if results don’t improve.
Alessandro Del Piero has spoken of his “respect” for Roma captain Francesco Totti.
Leonardo sees Roma as Scudetto favourites, but Inter and Milan have given ‘important signals’.
Javier Zanetti calls Francesco Totti “a great champion” after the Roma captain’s 300th goal this weekend.
Alessandro Florenzi calls on Roma to “identity the mistakes and eradicate them” after the Sassuolo draw.
Roma full-back Maicon has been fined €2,000 for a dive in the weekend draw with Sassuolo.
Marcello Lippi sees Torino’s Giampiero Ventura as the best Coach in Italy, but detects ‘melancholy’ in Francesco Totti.
Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra admits Inter and Roma are strong but “it’s just the beginning”.
After an exciting weekend with several glorious goals and an equal amount of superb saves Dave Taylor picks his top XI from Week 4.
Eusebio Di Francesco hailed Sassuolo’s “attitude” after a prestigious 2-2 draw away to Roma.
Roma’s Rudi Garcia backs striker Juan Iturbe after a substitution drama, but reveals he was 'expecting much more from my starters'.
Rudi Garcia does not regret the changes to his squad after the 2-2 draw with Sassuolo: ‘Roma must call on all players’.
Max Allegri calls Inter the ‘first candidate alongside Roma and Juventus’ to win the Scudetto, but he won't 'step aside'.
Radja Nainggolan is unhappy after Roma’s 2-2 against Sassuolo: ‘Games like these have to be won’.
Juventus got their first win of the campaign at 10-man Genoa, but Sassuolo pegged Roma back and Torino took second place while Bologna sank Frosinone.