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Friday December 18 2015
Roma: Pallotta drops Garcia

Roma President James Pallotta gave his green light to replace Coach Rudi Garcia, who remains oblivious: 'This storm will pass'.

The whirlwind of rumours surrounding the Giallorossi still won't settle down, as the team's result crisis looks like it will inevitably result in a sacking of the Coach.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Pallotta himself had a meeting with his directors and asked them to find someone else for the bench.

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Wednesday December 16 2015
Pallotta: 'Apology to Roma fans'

The crisis intensifies at Roma after President James Pallotta apologised to the fans for a Coppa Italia exit to Spezia.

They were unable to get beyond 0-0 at the Stadio Olimpico after 120 minutes and capitulated 4-2 on penalties.

Now Serie B outfit Spezia will face Lega Pro side Alessandria in the Coppa Italia quarter-finals.

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Friday December 11 2015
Pallotta meets with Rome Prefect

Roma President James Pallotta “identified a possible framework” to resolve the ultras strike in today’s meeting with the Prefect.

The fans have been absent from the Stadio Olimpico ever since the Prefect of Rome, Franco Gabrielli, ordered barriers be placed to split up the iconic Curva Sud section this season.

Lazio supporters have done the same for the Curva Nord being split into different areas.

“AS Roma reports that James Pallotta met the Prefect of Rome, Franco Gabrielli today,” read a statement.

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Friday December 11 2015
Totti meets with Pallotta

Roma captain Francesco Totti has met with club President James Pallotta this morning, with renewal talks likely.

The 39-year-old’s current deal expires at the end of the season, and it was reported this week that he will be offered a one-year extension.

CalcioNews24 reports that the forward arrived at Hotel De Russie at around 9am this morning for a breakfast meeting with the Giallorossi President.

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Thursday December 10 2015
Pallotta: ‘Fan boycott frustrating’

Roma President James Pallotta admits a fan boycott is “frustrating”, and insists they have “a top team”.

The Giallorossi qualified for the Last 16 of the Champions League last night, but were whistled after an uninspiring draw with BATE Borisov.

In addition, less than 30,000 fans attended the game, as Ultras continue a boycott over segregation of the Curva Sud.

“We played well yesterday, but the ball just wouldn’t go in,” Pallotta said in an interview with Premium Sport.

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Wednesday December 9 2015
Pallotta: 'Fans should support Roma'

Roma President James Pallotta insists “the team deserves to be applauded, not whistled at” for Champions League qualification.

The patron flew in from America for this decisive game, a 0-0 draw with BATE Borisov, and the very small Olimpico crowd – 29,000 – jeered at the final whistle.

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Monday December 7 2015
Pallotta: ‘Constant contact with Garcia’

Roma President James Pallotta and sporting director Walter Sabatini have given their backing to Coach Rudi Garcia.

The tactician is thought to be under pressure after a poor run of results, and wasn’t helped by conceding a late draw to Torino at the weekend.

“We don’t need to meet him,” Pallotta said outside a club meeting, explaining the absence of Garcia.

“We talk almost every day on the phone, we’re in constant contact.

“Torino? We had a couple of chances to win, but that penalty at the end...

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Sunday December 6 2015
Spalletti ready for Roma return

There are reports Luciano Spalletti has given the all-clear for a return to Roma if Rudi Garcia is fired.

President James Pallotta flew in last night and told reporters he was “pretty angry” after their 1-1 draw at Torino.

The Giallorossi are under fire from fans and media following a series of poor results.

The next few days will be decisive, as they go into a Champions League decider with BATE Borisov and a Serie A showdown against Napoli.

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Saturday December 5 2015
Pallotta: 'I'm pretty angry'

Roma President James Pallotta has landed in Italy. “I am pretty angry,” he said after a 1-1 draw at Torino.

The patron arrived this evening and will be in the stands for Wednesday’s Champions League clash with BATE Borisov.

“I didn’t see the match, as I was on the plane. Good penalty?” Pallotta told reporters at the airport.

“I am pretty angry. I have a lot more meetings planned this weekend, both for the new stadium and with prefect Gabrielli.

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Saturday December 5 2015
Baldissoni: 'Roma support Garcia'

Roma director Mauro Baldissoni said “the club supports the Coach by giving him a quality squad. The choices are then down to Rudi Garcia.”

The Giallorossi have lost two in a row to Barcelona and Atalanta, going into today’s tricky trip to Torino.

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“The club supports the Coach by giving him a quality squad at his disposal,” Baldissoni told Mediaset Premium.

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