ROMA NEWS

Luciano Spalletti was reassured by Roma taking the right attitude and had a dedication for Alessandro Florenzi after beating Torino 4-1.
Sinisa Mihajlovic held his hands up after Roma thumped Torino 4-1. “Joe Hart didn’t make a save, there was nothing he could do.”
Leandro Paredes said Roma “had to give a response to Napoli and Juventus” with their 4-1 thrashing of Torino.
Edin Dzeko, Mohamed Salah, Leandro Paredes and Radja Nainggolan thunderbolts allowed Roma to steamroller Torino 4-1 and retain second place.
Alessandro Florenzi posted an emotional message after the Roma squad visited him in the clinic. “I’m a lucky man and player.”
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni hit back at the latest block put on the Stadio della Roma project. “We’ve already invested €60m.”
Andrea Belotti insists “it’s not a duel” with Edin Dzeko, as their Roma and Torino teammates deserve credit.
It’s a battle of the Capocannoniere candidates as Edin Dzeko and Andrea Belotti go head-to-head in what should be an entertaining Roma-Torino.
Samir Handanovic admits Inter “didn’t have a good day, so it feels like more than three points” after a win away to Bologna.
Lazio's Ciro Immobile is pleased by his individual goal tally in his first season at the Stadio Olimpico.
Luciano Spalletti told Roma there can be no excuses against Torino and they can’t celebrate Europa League qualification yet, but “we are all Alessandro Florenzi.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic trusts Torino can “cause huge problems” for Roma on Sunday after the Giallorossi swept Villarreal aside 4-0.
Leonardo reveals he was ready to work at Roma and again Inter, but “they made other choices. It was Adriano Galliani to turned me into a Coach.”
Yet another problem has emerged with the Stadio della Roma project, as well as one critic saying he’ll “urge ISIS to put a bomb under it.”
Juventus Coach Max Allegri insists the Scudetto is still a long way off - “63 points is barely enough for the Europa League”.
Miralem Pjanic says “playing for Juventus is a real privilege” but admits “I miss the sun in Rome”.
Alessandro Florenzi’s surgeon says the Roma players’s relapse was “unlucky”.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi is facing a further five months out after undergoing knee surgery on Friday to correct a second ligament tear.
Italy’s European results this week saw them move closer to England in the UEFA ranking, as Roma and Fiorentina won with Napoli losing to Real Madrid.
Roma star Alessandro Florenzi has ruptured the same ACL he tore in October and will be out for another six to eight months.