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Thursday April 14 2016
Pallotta: ‘No new partners’

Chinese businessmen spotted at the Stadio Olimpico were ‘just visiting friends, not new partners,’ insists Roma President James Pallotta.

Gazzetta dello Sport reports today that a group of three Chinese businessmen, who seemed to be involved in the airline sector, were seen in the stands during Monday’s draw with Bologna.

The newspaper also reveals that these men were given a guided tour of the Giallorossi’s Trigoria training ground by the club’s marketing manager.

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Thursday April 7 2016
Pallotta: ‘Stadium on track but…’

James Pallotta says there is “support” for Roma’s new stadium but “I ask myself if the fans want it as much as I do…”

The Giallorossi are attempting to build a new stadium of their own, but the project has become tied-down in red tape as they seek approval from the Lazio region.

“We’ve been working with [David] Ginsberg for six months,” Pallotta explained on Roma Radio.

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Thursday April 7 2016
Pallotta: ‘Pjanic not for sale’

Roma President James Pallotta rules out selling Miralem Pjanic - “he doesn’t want to leave, and we won’t sell him”.

The Bosnian midfielder has been heavily linked with Chelsea, with rumours he had flown to London for talks this week.

“I don’t like to read newspapers, but sometimes it’s unavoidable,” Pallotta said on Roma Radio.

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Tuesday April 5 2016
Pallotta: ‘Roma want second’

Roma President James Pallotta says ‘we’ll try to finish second’ and praises the ‘great quality’ of the squad.

The Giallorossi won the Rome Derby on Sunday to move within four points of Napoli in second place.

“We’ll try to get into second place, nobody knows what will happen now,” Pallotta told Corriere dello Sport.

“I really believe that it’ll be a very interesting end to the season.

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Friday April 1 2016
Pallotta: 'Never rejected Totti offer'

Roma President James Pallotta ends the rumours that he rejected Francesco Totti's offer to play for free: 'It's clearly a lie'.

Rumours had been spreading during the morning that the President had rejected the captain's request to play for another year, even unpaid.

However, when asked directly by Il Messaggero, he denied the story.

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Wednesday March 30 2016
Sensi: 'Roma owners don't care'

Franco Sensi’s widow claims the current American owners “don’t give a damn about Roma and fans are fed up of it.”

The Sensi family ran the club for many years, Franco passing on the baton to daughter Rosella when he became ill, selling to a consortium run by James Pallotta in 2011.

On Sunday it’s the Derby della Capitale, but both Roma and Lazio fans are boycotting it because of barriers in the stands.

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Monday March 21 2016
Roma plan Sabatini revolution

Roma are planning to wholly restructure the sporting director role as Walter Sabatini prepares to leave.

The current sporting director announced that he will be leaving the Giallorossi at the end of June, for reasons that are believed to be related with President James Pallotta's interference in his work.

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Saturday March 19 2016
Sabatini: 'I'm leaving Roma'

Roma director Walter Sabatini confirmed he’ll leave the club on June 30, but isn’t sure on Chelsea. “I speak terrible English!”

The director of sport spoke to Mediaset Premium ahead of tonight’s showdown with Inter. Follow the action on our LIVEBLOG.

“Fiorentina are in the running for third place too, so it’s not right to call this evening a Final. There is a long road ahead of us.

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Friday March 18 2016
Spalletti: 'Enough about Totti'

Roma's Luciano Spalletti expects Inter to 'aim for third', but 'from now on' won't talk about Francesco Totti.

The two teams meet on Saturday evening at 19:45. The Giallorossi enjoy a solid lead of five points, but they can't afford to lose against the Nerazzurri if they want to defend their third place to the end.

“We have enough players to compensate for the suspensions,” Spalletti told the Press. “Inter played every game so far to win and are aiming for third place.

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Wednesday March 16 2016
‘Roma stadium three years away’

President James Pallotta says Roma’s new stadium will take around three years to be completed.

The Giallorossi are aiming to build a new ground, but the project has been hit by delays as they seek approval from the administration of the Lazio region.

“American arenas and stadiums are much better than the football stadiums in Europe,” Pallotta told the Sports Analytics Conference at MIT Sloan School of Management.

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