ROMA NEWS

Roma's Iago Falque explains it was the execution rather than the plan that went wrong against Barcelona: 'But it was different from the game against Bayern Munich'.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi says the Scudetto “won’t be decided against Napoli”, and will go down to the wire.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni apologises after the Barcelona defeat - “it was embarrassing”.
Radja Nainggolan says he’s “fine” at Roma, and discusses his difficult childhood.
Adem Ljajic doesn’t want to tip Inter for the Scudetto too early - “I’ve been burned by the last two years at Roma”.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic doesn’t believe Monday’s Napoli game will be decisive - “we’ve only had a third of the campaign”.
Stevan Jovetic praises Inter’s “hunger” and “of course” they can win the Scudetto this season.
Italy have closed again on England in the UEFA rankings thanks to this week’s results, above all Juventus beating Manchester City.
Omar El Kaddouri says the Europa League final is the "minimum" target for Napoli - "we’re one of the best teams in the competition".
Bayern Munich’s Medhi Benatia and Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega are reportedly Roma’s top two priorities for the January transfer market.
Widespread reports suggest Rudi Garcia has until the winter break to save his job after their Barcelona humiliation.
Former Roma midfielder Zbigniew Boniek slams his old side, for their “humiliation” against Barcelona.
Cesare Prandelli feels his old side Fiorentina are still in the Scudetto race, despite a draw with Empoli.
Fiorentina's Federico Bernardeschi explains why he chose the number 10 and reveals his models: Francesco Totti, Roberto Baggio, Giancarlo Antognoni
President James Pallotta is rumoured to be furious after Roma's 6-1 humiliation at the hands of Barcelona.
There are reports of a blazing row between Roma director Walter Sabatini and Coach Rudi Garcia after a 6-1 defeat to Barcelona.
Gerard Pique believes Roma “relaxed” after the early BATE Borisov result meant they didn’t need to get points in Barcelona.
Roma director Walter Sabatini hopes the 6-1 in Barcelona can be a learning experience and “excludes a collapse in self-esteem.”
Roma CEO Italo Zanzi thanks fans for coming to see the match against Barcelona and projects the team to the future.
Luis Enrique tried to reassure Roma after a 6-1 Barcelona victory. “They arrived in our best period of form and can still qualify.”