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Saturday November 21 2020
More Stadio della Roma problems

The Stadio della Roma project suffered another massive blow with reports the land in Tor di Valle is a subject of contention, so they could turn to the existing Stadio Flaminio.

The plans to build the arena have been going for almost a decade with very little genuine progress, even after previous President James Pallotta sold the club and project to The Friedkin Group.

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Tuesday November 17 2020
Petrachi 'happy to return to Roma'

Former Roma sporting director Gianluca Petrachi has said he only met former patron James Pallotta twice and revealed he would be 'happy' to return to the Stadio Olimpico.

The Giallorossi sacked Petrachi in June and the former sporting director has offered to drop the lawsuit against the club if they take him back as their director of sport.

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Sunday November 15 2020
Crucial month for Roma

Roma have had a hot start to the season, but Owen Diana thinks it’s still early to understand the Giallorossi’s ambition in 2020-21.

The wolf’s howl is currently reverberating up and down the peninsula, but that does not mean that their campaign won’t end with a whimper. Roma are off to a flyer both at home and abroad and would be undefeated were it not for an embarrassing administrative error in the opener against Hellas Verona. Although their free-scoring ways have raised hopes of a return to the Champions League, an abundance of caution is called for.

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Thursday November 12 2020
Roma: Friedkin’s silent revolution

Il Corriere dello Sport has reported Roma President Dan Friedkin is carrying forward a ‘silent revolution’ as several new faces are expected to join the club.

The new Roma owner is reported to be satisfied with the team’s performances so far this season.

The Giallorossi are in a Champions League placement and are only three points off table leaders Milan.

The revolution Friedkin is carrying forward is mainly off the pitch.

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Wednesday November 11 2020
Roma to appoint new director

Stefano Scalera, currently serving as Deputy Head of Cabinet of the Ministry of Economy and Finance in Italy is reportedly going to become a new Roma director from January.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma’s CEO Guido Fienga has chosen Scalera in agreement with President Dan Friedkin.

Scalera is a long-time Roma fan and is reportedly going to move to Roma from January.

As per Il Corriere dello Sport, Scalera has recently had a direct contact with Friedkin and is expected to sign his contract with the Giallorossi in January.

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Saturday November 7 2020
Roma remain on stock exchange for now

New Roma owner Dan Friedkin had hoped to take the club off the stock exchange, but it’s reported that is not feasible yet.

The delisting had been one of the primary proposals made when the Friedkin Group purchased the club from James Pallotta.

However, Il Messaggero newspaper claims the negotiations to remove the club from the stock exchange have so far failed.

The tender offer of 1.7 per cent is considered too low, so for the moment AS Roma will remain a listed company.

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Thursday October 22 2020
Friedkin flies Roma leaders to Bern

Roma owner Dan Friedkin was reportedly the pilot as the Giallorossi leaders travelled to Bern for the match against Young Boys in the Europa League.

The new President has constantly been present since the new season started and has participated in all the team’s trips since replacing James Pallotta as patron of La Lupa.

The American tycoon travelled to Bern this morning, accompanied by his son Ryan and CEO Guido Fienga, and Il Corriere dello Sport reveals he was the pilot of a private plane taking off from Ciampino.

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Thursday October 15 2020
Fonseca: 'Roma need stability and investment'

Paulo Fonseca warns Roma need ‘stability’ and more investment to truly compete for silverware. ‘It’s challenging and motivating to work in Serie A.’

This is the Portuguese tactician’s second Serie A season and he spoke to newspaper Record in his homeland about the experience.

“There have been profound changes at the club since I arrived,” said Fonseca, referring to new owners The Friedkin Group.

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Tuesday October 13 2020
Report: Roma want to renew with Zaniolo

Roma are planning to offer Nicolò Zaniolo new terms at the Olimpico, after the injured attacker reportedly met with new patron Dan Friedkin.

Sky Sport Italia reveals the Italy international, who ruptured his ACL during Italy’s 1-0 win against Holland in the Nations League last month, met with the new owner in secrecy.

Friedkin reportedly told the 21-year-old he ‘will come back stronger than before’ and reassured the former Inter youth that he will be offered a new deal as soon as a new sporting director is in place at Trigoria.

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Thursday October 8 2020
Report: Allegri meets Roma owners

Reports in Italy suggest that Max Allegri met with Dan and Ryan Friedkin, so he’d be the favourite to take over if Paulo Fonseca were to be fired.

According to Radio Radio, the former Milan and Juventus coach had a personal get-together with the club’s new owners this week.

He had previously been reticent on the idea of joining the Giallorossi, but seems to be more open to the idea now.

Allegri has won the Scudetto at both Milan and Juve, taking the title five times in a row in Turin before he was fired.

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