ROMA NEWS

Davide Ballardini wants ‘more aggression and character’ from Genoa after their 1-1 draw with Roma.
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Eusebio Di Francesco admits Roma “shot ourselves in the foot” with a 1-1 draw at Genoa after Daniele De Rossi’s foolish red card.
Daniele De Rossi has apologised to his Roma teammates and fans after conceding a penalty and receiving a red card in the 1-1 draw at Genoa.
Stephan El Shaarawy had given Roma the lead, but Daniele De Rossi threw it away with his red card and penalty for a 1-1 draw at Genoa.
Diego Laxalt said Genoa “believe we can get a good result today” against Roma at Marassi under new Coach David Ballardini.
Bruno Peres notes Roma “want to take control from the opening minute” against Genoa at Marassi this afternoon.
Roma seek to increase their Serie A record with a 13th consecutive away victory, but visit Genoa revitalised under new management.
Leonardo Semplici said SPAL “go home angry, because we should’ve finished it off” after fumbling their lead to lose 2-1 at Chievo.
Sassuolo are on the verge of sacking Coach Cristian Bucchi after a 2-0 home defeat to Hellas Verona, with Beppe Iachini the favourite to take over.
Davide Ballardini wants Genoa striker Adel Taarabt to “feel the joy, pleasure and responsibility of wielding his talent” against Roma.
Matteo Darmian’s agent insists “there’s nothing in” transfer rumours linking the Manchester United man to Roma, Napoli or Inter.
Eusebio Di Francesco warned Roma “can and must do better” in the trip to Genoa, while analysing what went wrong against Atletico Madrid.
The crisis at the FIGC could see Serie A break away in a similar style to the Premier League or use that threat to gain more power.
The Stadio della Roma finally seems ready for the all-clear to open in 2020, as the Government agrees to pay for the construction of a crucial bridge.
Mido claims he left Roma because Francesco Totti “decided to become the central striker”, noting “I could compete with anyone in the world, except Totti”.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan admits he is ‘sorry’ about Italy’s failure to qualify for the World Cup. “It’ll be strange without them…”
James Pallotta assures he is always working hard for Roma, including the stadium project. “I believe we can win the Scudetto.”
Roma President James Pallotta praised Monchi and Eusebio Di Francesco, sees Lorenzo Pellegrini as the future of the club and aimed a few sideswipes his former staff.
Francesco Totti says “it’s all down to us” when asked about Roma’s Champions League campaign, and shrugs off Italy’s World Cup failure.