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Wednesday June 13 2018
Pallotta: 'No Stadio della Roma delays'

Roma President James Pallotta released a statement assuring they “are not expecting any substantial delays” to the Stadio della Roma project even after nine arrests.

This morning, nine people were detained “in connection with an investigation into aspects of the Tor di Valle project,” including contractor Luca Parnasi, but none of them are current Roma employees.

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Wednesday June 13 2018
Pallotta: Roma stadium still on

James Pallotta insists Roma have nothing to do with the arrests of nine people connected to the construction of the club’s new stadium.

Among those detained for alleged corruption are Stadio della Roma contractor Luca Parnasi, but Pallotta assured the Giallorossi were ‘strangers’ to the controversy and that there was no reason for any further delays.

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NEWS
Sunday June 10 2018
EDF set for new Roma deal

Roma are expected to sign a new and improved contract with Coach Eusebio Di Francesco, holding him until June 2021.

The tactician is a former Giallorossi player who was in their 2001 Scudetto-winning squad.

He made his return as a Coach after a spell at Sassuolo and had an excellent first season, taking them to third place in Serie A and the Champions League semi-finals.

According to Calciomercato.com, Di Francesco will sign a new and improved contract next week, especially as President James Pallotta is currently in Italy on vacation.

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BLOG ITALIA
Wednesday May 30 2018
Milan fans prepare for the worst

After UEFA refused a settlement agreement, Milan’s possible punishment casts a cloud over their summer plans and future, writes Matthew Santangelo.

The Investigatory Chamber of UEFA Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) elected to refer the Rossoneri to the Adjudicatory Chamber of the CFCB for breaching the Financial Fair Play regulations, specifically with the break-even requirement; this after coming to a conclusion that the club held uncertainties with regards to refinancing of the Elliott Management loan to be paid this upcoming October.

Translation: Milan could be in some trouble.

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Friday May 25 2018
De Rossi: EDF, Totti, Alisson…

Roma’s Daniele De Rossi claims Eusebio Di Francesco is a ‘winner’, it was a ‘shock’ without Francesco Totti at first and that Alisson is a ‘phenomenon’.

Di Francesco’s first season was marked by the losses of Totti and long-serving No 1 Wojciech Szczesny, but he nonetheless led Roma to a third-place finish in Serie A and the Champions League semi-finals, while Alisson emerged as one of Europe’s top goalkeepers.

“Di Francesco? Some people turned their noses at his appointment,” he told Roma TV.

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BLOG ITALIA
Friday May 11 2018
Roma can build on three men

Is it just a one season wonder or can Roma keep in pace with Europe most elite clubs, asks Ramez Nathan, identifying three men who can lead them to the top.

Both Roma and Juventus left the Champions League this year after controversial decisions, yet while the Giallorossi protested Trent Alexander-Arnold's handball, Edin Dzeko's unawarded penalty and Liverpool's offside third goal in the first leg, the fans were gratefully singing "Grazie Roma", proud of what their heroes achieved on the pitch.

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Friday May 4 2018
Roma charged by UEFA

Roma and Liverpool have both been charged by UEFA for setting off fireworks in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final.

The Giallorossi won 4-2 on Wednesday night, but that wasn’t enough to see them through to the final after their 5-2 first leg loss.

Today UEFA has released its disciplinary report, and it has been confirmed that Roma President James Pallotta has been charged for his post-match comments.

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Friday May 4 2018
Pallotta: Dying of laughter!

Roma President James Pallotta says he reacted to UEFA opening disciplinary proceedings against him by ‘dying of laughter’.

Pallotta faces being charged by UEFA for ‘improper conduct’ after he branded the lack of VAR in Roma’s Champions League semi-final defeat to Liverpool ‘an absolute joke’.

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NEWS
Friday May 4 2018
Pallotta faces UEFA charge

Roma President James Pallotta faces a UEFA charge for ‘improper conduct’ after branding a lack of VAR in Europe ‘an absolute joke’.

The Associated Press reports UEFA’s disciplinary panel will judge Pallotta’s case on May 31, five days after the Champions League Final.

Roma lost 7-6 to Liverpool on aggregate in their semi-final, but the American did not hold back after the second leg, his team having been denied two clear penalties.

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Thursday May 3 2018
Pallotta: ‘Police were great’

Roma President Jim Pallotta hails the local police, and hits back at an ESPN pundit who criticised the Giallorossi.

Liverpool fan Sean Cox was allegedly assaulted ahead of the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, with two Roman men to stand trial later this month.

There were therefore fears of further violence last night in the return leg, but the game went by with no issues.

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