NEWS
Thursday October 11 2018
Roma debt close to €220m

Roma’s turnover is close to record levels, but their debt has reportedly risen to close to €220m.

The Giallorossi’s draft financial statements up to June 30 have been analysed Il Sole 24 Ore, and they reveal both positive and negative trends.

The club made a loss of €42m last year, but that has fallen to €25m for the latest accounts.

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Saturday September 29 2018
Monchi: 'Roma are united'

Roma director Monchi discussed the current mood in the camp ahead of today’s showdown with Lazio. “We are united in defeat and victory.”

It kicks off at 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“The derby always has pressure. It’s true recent results have not been good, so we have a smaller margin for error. We need to find the route back to victory,” the director of sport told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday September 27 2018
Official: Gandini leaves Roma

Roma have officially confirmed Umberto Gandini is leaving the club by mutual agreement amid reports of a return to Milan.

The director previously worked with the Rossoneri, but left in 2016 after the ill-fated takeover by Yonghong Li.

He has been linked with a return to San Siro to work alongside Ivan Gazidis.

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Thursday September 27 2018
Pallotta ban reduced

Roma President James Pallotta has had his Champions League ban reduced from three months to one.

The American owner was given the ban for insulting match officials after the semi-final loss to Liverpool, having called the officiating “a joke”.

The Giallorossi appealed that, and their appeal has been partially upheld by UEFA.

“The appeal lodged by AS Roma is partially upheld,” a statement from the governing body explains.

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Wednesday September 26 2018
EDF: 'New beginning for Roma'

Eusebio Di Francesco hopes the 4-0 win over Frosinone is “a new beginning” for Roma, but President James Pallotta “can say what he wants.”

The Giallorossi had only one victory this season, earned in stoppages at Torino, and were fresh from a shock 2-0 defeat to Bologna, a performance that Pallotta said left him “disgusted.”

Di Francesco revamped the side with a 4-2-3-1 formation, Cengiz Under proving inspirational.

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NEWS
Wednesday September 26 2018
Report: Baldini resigns at Roma

It’s reported Franco Baldini has resigned from the Roma board, after Francesco Totti claimed his fellow director pushed him into retirement.

Er Pupone releases his life story on Thursday, and previews have revealed that it was Baldini pushed the club not to offer a new contract.

The director returned to the club for a third time in 2016, working as a consultant dealing with sponsors, international relations and other things.

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Tuesday September 25 2018
Roma fans protest Pallotta

Roma President James Pallotta hasn’t escaped the fallout from recent results, with a banner on Via Salaria telling him to leave.

The Giallorossi have had a disastrous start to the season, losing to Bologna the weekend for their fifth competitive game without a win.

The American owner said he was “disgusted” by the performance, and there are rumours that Coach Eusebio Di Francesco’s job is at risk.

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BLOG ITALIA
Tuesday September 25 2018
The Roman Tragedy

This early season is turning into an authentic tragedy for Roma, which Andrea Tallarita breaks down act by act.

Something is rotten in the state of Roma: a tragedy in three acts.

Act One. What is rotten in the state of Roma?

Edin Dzeko isn't working: that's a plain and simple fact, and one which, in hindsight, should have been easier to predict. Last season, the Bosnian's Champions League heroics overshadowed his very real dips in Serie A form, but the truth is that his goal tally from the 2016-17 campaign almost halved.

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Sunday September 23 2018
Training retreat for Roma

Roma have reportedly put their team into a training retreat for the next week to prepare for crucial games against Frosinone and Lazio.

This is also a punitive decision following their embarrassing 2-0 defeat to strugglers Bologna this afternoon.

President James Pallotta told RomaPress.eu that he was “disgusted” by the performance.

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Sunday September 23 2018
Pallotta: 'I am disgusted'

Roma President James Pallotta had a brief but telling comment after a 2-0 defeat to Bologna. “I am disgusted.”

The Giallorossi’s dismal campaign continued today with a surprising loss at the Stadio Dall’Ara, against a side that hadn’t scored a single goal until now.

RomaPress contacted Pallotta to ask for his thoughts on the match and the team during this period.

“I am disgusted,” was the only response.

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