ROMA NEWS

Franco Baldini insists Roma “are on the right track” with Luis Enrique, even though “the fans are losing patience.”
Delio Rossi concedes Fiorentina were helped by the red cards, but is “happy with the attitude of the players.”
Luis Enrique admits he “feels bad, as anyone would in this situation” after eight-man Roma fell in Florence.
Stevan Jovetic, Alessandro Gamberini and Santiago Silva sank an ill-disciplined Roma side that ended the game with eight men.
Francesco Totti is on the bench and Cicinho starts as Luis Enrique reshuffles Roma against Fiorentina.
Delio Rossi has to wield the whip after a week of controversy. “I want Fiorentina to be concentrated and clear-headed against Roma.”
Luis Enrique says he had to drop Pablo Daniel Osvaldo against Fiorentina. “I’m not a dictator. Everyone must understand there are rules at Roma.”
Franco Baldini reveals why he turned down Tottenham and England to join Roma, although Daniele De Rossi’s contract is still up in the air.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo publicly apologised for striking Roma teammate Erik Lamela. “I regretted it immediately.”
Palermo have rejected speculation that they are pondering a January bid for Marco Borriello of Roma.
Roma put on a united front in the capital last night after the squad went for a team meal in the aftermath of the Erik Lamela-Pablo Daniel Osvaldo clash.
Reports are emerging detailing the finer points of Erik Lamela and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo’s clash that led to the latter’s fine and suspension.
UniCredit’s Paolo Fiorentino has again intimated that the best route for Roma to raise money through investment comes from the Asian market.
Luis Enrique and Roma have received Marcello Lippi’s backing in their handling of Friday’s incident between Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Erik Lamela.
Roma have fined Pablo Osvaldo €50,000 and made him unavailable for selection next weekend after his physical altercation with Erik Lamela.
Osvaldo’s clash with Roma teammate Erik Lamela could have consequences for him on the international stage.
There is controversy at Roma, as the club suspended Pablo Daniel Osvaldo for punching teammate Erik Lamela.
Roma director Walter Sabatini admits he is “disappointed, as we expected more” from the trip to Udine, but defends Luis Enrique.
Luis Enrique is not at all upset by Roma’s latest setback. “It was a defeat, nothing more. I don’t think we were worse than Udinese.”
Antonio Di Natale is back on top of the scorers charts and insists “Udinese played an excellent game against a great Roma side.”