Roma have confirmed that their friendly match in Indonesia, which was scheduled to take place on November 14, will be postponed.
The capital club had revealed that they would travel to Jakarta during international week to play a friendly match in the Indonesian capital.
But in a statement on their official website this afternoon, the Giallorossi have claimed that due to ‘unavailability’ of players and ‘injuries’ the match will be postponed.
“AS Roma would like to inform that in consideration of the unavailability of players due to injuries - in addition to those already projected to be involved in international matches – the friendly match which was scheduled to take place 14 November in Jakarta, Indonesia will be postponed,” the statement read. “Additional information will be made available during an event that will take place in Jakarta at 3pm local time on Friday November 1st.”
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