ROMA NEWS

A report by Sport Mediaset suggests that Roma Coach Rudi Garcia is considering his long-term future at the club.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.
Italy’s Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano has promised new security measures will be implemented in football from the start of next season.
Leonardo Bonucci believes the 3-1 victory at Sassuolo was “the moment Juventus really clinched the title.”
One of the Napoli fans shot in the hours preceding the Coppa Italia final on Saturday has now been arrested himself, it has emerged.
Miralem Pjanic and Senad Lulic have been named in Bosnia’s first ever World Cup squad.
Cesare Prandelli has congratulated Juventus after they claimed their third successive title on Sunday.
Maurizio Pellegrino assured Catania fans their comeback isn't over yet, but Rudi Garcia got everything wrong.
Ciro Esposito, the Napoli fan shot by a Roma ultra, underwent surgery today and his mother has “forgiven” the shooter.
Francesco Totti complimented Juventus on their Scudetto and gave his view on the Coppa Italia Final debacle.
Gigi Buffon is one of the few Juventus players with experience of winning a title without playing. “It’s different, but still wonderful.”
Giorgio Chiellini hailed a “record-breaking Scudetto” for Juventus, even though it was his first won in front of a TV.
Carlos Tevez revealed “incredible tension” in the Juventus camp as they watched Roma lose on television.
Rudi Garcia admits he “did not expect a performance like this” from Roma, as a 4-1 defeat to Catania handed Juventus the title.
Torino plunged Chievo into crisis and maintained their Euro status with Parma, while Udinese thrashed Livorno 5-3.
Juventus have mathematically won a third consecutive Scudetto, as Roma were crushed 4-1 in Catania.
This afternoon in Sicily we could see Roma mathematically hand the Scudetto to Juventus or Catania go to Serie B.
Rome police confirmed the shooter ahead of last night’s Coppa Italia Final, but insist they “never negotiated” with ultras.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete warned “football is a victim as ultras have an unacceptable role in some stadiums.”
Antonio Conte prepares the Scudetto party in Juventus-Atalanta, but inevitably was shocked by the Coppa Italia Final chaos.