ROMA NEWS

Rudi Garcia insists his rapport with Roma players “has not changed” and tried to boost confidence in Verona.
There was an insulting banner greeting Roma as they arrived at training today: ‘Shame on you. You’re pathetic!’
Parma’s game with Udinese has been called off because of the financial crisis, so what happens if the Ducali go bankrupt?
After UEFA announce they won’t penalise Feyenoord for hooligans damaging historic monuments, Rome police said they feared fatalities.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero joked Samuel Eto’o is “somewhere between a rip-off and a great champion.”
Italian consumer association Codacons is reportedly asking for €2.8m from the Dutch state over damage in Rome.
Walter Sabatini suggests that Roma's struggles see them experiencing a ‘technical frustration’, but one he sees them able to overcome.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini admits he ‘may have been wrong’ about recent transfer decisions taken.
Feyenoord director general Eric Gudde admits supporter clashes in Rome were 'absolutely deplorable', but believes his club should not be sanctioned.
Feyenoord Coach Fred Rutten believes his men have “a very good chance” of qualifying after a 1-1 draw at Roma.
Rudi Garcia admits Roma “went too deep” after taking the lead, but insists Feyenoord’s equaliser “was offside.”
Gervinho was not enough, as Roma were held to a deeply disappointing 1-1 home draw by Feyenoord.
The Mayor of Rome promised “it won’t end here” after Feyenoord hooligans “devastated” historic monuments.
Roma hope to turn their season around, but begin the Europa League experience against Dutch side Feyenoord.
Feyenoord supporters continue to wage pitched battles against Italian police ahead of their team’s tie with Roma tonight.
Former Inter striker Hernan Crespo says an Italian side can win the Europa League, and calls it a ‘great competition’.
Feyenoord midfielder Jordy Clasie reveals he dreams of playing abroad, ‘perhaps in Italy’, whilst discussing imminent opponents Roma.
Feyenoord Coach Fred Rutten says Roma have ‘two styles’, but he is ‘not worried’ and has ‘no fears in particular’ ahead of the game.
A group of reportedly drunk Feyenoord supporters draw intervention from riot police in the Italian capital ahead of the Europa League clash with Roma.
Former Juventus defender Pasquale Bruno says the standard of Italian football means clubs can ‘forget about winning European trophies’.