ROMA NEWS

Juventus’ Leonardo Bonucci has looked back to the Fiorentina game with contentment and ahead to the Roma tie with confidence.
Roma will be without Miralem Pjanic for tonight’s Serie A game against Sampdoria, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Juventus will look to get back to winning ways this weekend when they entertain Roma, says Arturo Vidal.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has suspended himself after his actions prompted a 3-0 victory to be handed to Roma.
Roma have Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi and Michael Bradley back in the squad to face Sampdoria, but Pablo Daniel Osvaldo is still sidelined.
Cagliari are appealing against the 3-0 victory handed to Roma and director general Francesco Marroccu urged “solidarity” for President Massimo Cellino’s battle.
Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman has hit back at Ciro Ferrara and Massimo Cellino in a typically forthright press conference.
Giorgio Chiellini has told Roma boss Zdenek Zeman that he will only be considered a great when he starts winning.
Sampdoria boss Ciro Ferrara has spoken of his distaste for Zdenek Zeman ahead of Wednesday’s game against Roma.
Roma director general Franco Baldini has committed his future to the Italian club amidst interest from Tottenham.
There is a triple fitness boost for Roma ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Sampdoria at the Stadio Olimpico.
Roma have been awarded a 3-0 win at Cagliari after Sunday’s game was postponed because of safety concerns.
Roma director general Franco Baldini has been criticised by Cagliari for demanding that his team be awarded a 3-0 win for Sunday’s postponed tie between the two clubs.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino insists he was trying to “avoid chaos” by inviting fans to attend a game behind closed doors against Roma.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete blasted Cagliari patron Massimo Cellino’s “unacceptable” behaviour that saw today’s game with Roma called off.
Roma have announced an appeal to be awarded the Cagliari win after Massimo Cellino invited fans to attend a closed doors game. “It’s his fault.”
“This could only happen in Italy,” shrugged Zdenek Zeman as the FIGC opens an inquiry into Cagliari’s stadium chaos.
Today’s Cagliari-Roma match has been called off by local authorities due to public order concerns after the club invited fans to attend the closed doors game.
Cagliari’s last-minute appeal against playing Roma behind closed doors failed, but President Massimo Cellino defied the authorities by urging fans to attend!
Cagliari Coach Massimo Ficcadenti admits playing Roma behind closed doors could have an effect on his team. “I hope it’s sorted out as soon as possible.”