ROMA NEWS

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has hit out at the Italian Football Federation [FIGC], insisting that fining Roma for racial abuse is not enough.
President of the Italian Professional Footballers' Assocation [AIC] Damiano Tommasi has insisted that racism has no place in the game.
Lazio forward Sergio Floccari has insisted that this month's Coppa Italia final against Roma will be 'historic'.
Milan have rejected speculation that boss Massimiliano Allegri has held talks about becoming the next Coach of Roma.
Marco Amelia has claimed that Milan will be fully focused on qualifying for next season's Champions League, despite last weekend's controversies.
Parma defender Fabiano Santacroce has commented on Roma fans racial abuse of Milan players, saying it should 'never happen again'.
Sulley Muntari has been given a two-game suspension after being sent off in Milan's draw with Roma on Sunday.
Roma have been fined €50,000 after their supporters were found guilty of racially abusing Milan players.
Roma have condemned those fans who racially abused Mario Balotelli and Kevin-Prince Boateng on Sunday.
Juventus, Roma and Napoli are monitoring Daniele Bonera’s contract situation at Milan, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Aurelio Andreazzoli felt Roma deserved a penalty in an ill-tempered Milan draw and assured his future “is very clear.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists he is “calm” about Milan’s Champions League chances and told off Sulley Muntari for his red card against Roma.
Milan held Roma despite having 10 men for half the game, as Sulley Muntari saw red for wrestling the referee and Francesco Totti was also sent off.
It’s expected to be a goalfest at San Siro when Milan host Roma in a head-to-head for European places tonight.
Manchester City are reportedly sending scouts to San Siro for tonight’s Milan-Roma so they can prepare a €30m offer for Erik Lamela.
Massimo Ambrosini and Mario Balotelli are in the Milan squad to face Roma despite skipping training yesterday.
Aurelio Andreazzoli prepares to face Milan, but believes potential replacements Massimiliano Allegri and Walter Mazzarri “would do well at Roma.”
Max Allegri insists there’s nothing wrong with “a difference of opinion” with President Silvio Berlusconi as Milan host Roma.
Roma have numerous problems ahead of tomorrow night’s clash with Milan, missing Daniele De Rossi, Federico Balzaretti and more.
There could be a new element in the Serie A managerial merry-go-round amid reports Manuel Pellegrini is replacing Roberto Mancini at Manchester City.