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Wednesday March 16 2016
Pallotta: ‘Roma have Totti problem’

James Pallotta confirms Roma have a Francesco Totti “problem” - “his head says one thing and his body another”.

The Giallorossi captain wants to continue playing into next season, but so-far the club is only offering him a role on the board.

That has caused tension between the player and the club, and the President admits it’s a problem for the Lupi.

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Tuesday March 15 2016
Pallotta: ‘Totti wants to play but…’

President James Pallotta admits Roma are offering Francesco Totti a director role but “he’d prefer to continue playing”.

The contractual situation of the Giallorossi captain has been a controversial issue in recent months, with speculation that the club will not offer him a deal to continue his playing career.

Now, speaking after the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, the American patron confirms that there’s a difference in opinion between club and captain.

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Tuesday March 15 2016
Pallotta: ‘Rome stuck with me'

Roma President James Pallotta blasts ‘foolish reports’ he is to sell the club, saying ‘Rome is stuck with me’.

Reports had surfaced in Italy suggesting that the American could be looking to sell up, which he responded to through the club’s Twitter account.

“Another foolish report,” Pallotta wrote in response to an article on Goal Italia.

“I have no intention, nor ever have, discussed selling the team. Rome is stuck with me.”

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Sunday March 13 2016
'Totti future down to Pallotta'

Roma's Mauro Baldissoni dodges questions on Francesco Totti's future: 'He's talking to President James Pallotta'.

The iconic Giallorossi captain is uncertain whether to renew his contract or finally retire as a player.

The club's director general confirmed that Totti is in talks with the President to settle the matter.

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Tuesday March 8 2016
Pallotta: 'Roma will attack Madrid'

Roma President James Pallotta feels “the guys are definitely ready and are going to attack” Real Madrid tonight.

The Giallorossi have to overturn a 2-0 first leg home defeat in the Champions League Round of 16.

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“This is the first time I’ve ever been in here (at the Bernabeu), so it’s special just seeing the size and the scope of it.

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Monday March 7 2016
Pallotta: ‘Roma can qualify’

Roma President James Pallotta insists “I believe in qualification” against Real Madrid.

The Giallorossi trail 2-0 after the first leg in Italy, but the American patron believes they can turn it around in the Bernabeu tomorrow night.

“I believe in qualification,” Pallotta told Ansa, holding up three fingers to indicate he believes the Lupi can win 3-0.

“That’s what we need right?”

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Monday March 7 2016
Roma outline market strategy

Roma have blocked Radja Nainggolan and Miralem Pjanic but may sell several of their youngsters.

President James Pallotta's visit to the capital allowed him to prepare the strategy for next season's transfer market together with Coach Luciano Spalletti.

According to the Corriere dello Sport, Pallotta established that key figures such as Nainggolan and Pjanic, alongside Mohamed Salah and Kostas Manolas, will be kept off the market.

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Sunday March 6 2016
Spalletti: 'My Totti hope'

Luciano Spalletti admits it’d be better if Roma President James Pallotta “was closer” and discussed Francesco Totti’s future.

The Coach sat down with Roma TV to go over a series of photographs from his time with the club.

“Totti is the history of Roma, the best Italian player in the post-war era. I learned so much from him. His moves have always been taken as an example to show young players.

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Saturday March 5 2016
Pallotta: 'Totti has to decide'

Roma President James Pallotta warned Francesco Totti “has to think about what he wants to do. It’s his decision.”

The captain turns 40 in September and the Giallorossi have no intention of offering him a contract extension as a player, wanting him to retire and join the Board of Directors.

“He is the one who has to think about it,” Pallotta told reporters as he left a lunch meeting.

“I spent a lot of time with him this week. Francesco has to think about what he wants to do.

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Friday March 4 2016
Pallotta: 'Roma totally different'

Roma President James Pallotta said they are “a completely different team mentally” under Luciano Spalletti and can upset Real Madrid.

The Giallorossi registered a seventh consecutive Serie A victory, crushing Fiorentina 4-1 in a head-to-head for third place.

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