ROMA NEWS

Adem Ljajic gets a warning for ‘provoking’ Feyenoord fans, but the Dutch club insists its supporters were “not racist” towards Roma.
Torino President Urbano Cairo warns off Inter, Roma, and Real Madrid, saying that full-back Matteo Darmian is 'not for sale'.
Juventus' Leonardo Bonucci talks about the possibility of winning a fourth Scudetto, saying that 'only victors write history'.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri warns against 'switching off' versus Fiorentina the way they did against Roma.
Striker Juan Iturbe says that Roma's current hardships are not a good reason to give up hope for the Scudetto.
Inter and Roma are about to find out their Financial Fair Play sanctions, say reports, with the former expecting tougher measures.
Former Juventus midfielder Emerson says a comeback for Roma would be 'hard', but the same goes for his own team against Borussia Dortmund.
President James Pallotta says the building of Roma's property stadium will start this fall, and discusses the project's scope.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman says he's 'on schedule' to return in time for pre-season and asks supporters not to believe the press.
Vasilis Torosidis’ suspension after a red card in Roma’s clash with Juventus has been confirmed by the Lega Serie A.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman says he’ll be back for the start of next season as he battles back from a knee injury.
Rafa Benitez affirms his belief in his Napoli side, and explains his monosyllabic interviews after the Torino defeat.
However, Roma fought back to secure the draw, and the club’s owner says he’s proud of their efforts.

Gervinho felt Juventus tactics were to blame for Roma’s poor early performance. “There were no spaces.”
Claudio Marchisio said Juventus “cannot make these mistakes” after dropping a lead to draw with 10-man Roma.
Carlos Tevez revealed he’s been “watching” Andrea Pirlo and trying to copy his free kick technique for Juventus.
Goalscorer Seydou Keita felt a 1-1 draw “isn’t enough” for Roma, as Juventus still have greater self-belief.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma “deserved a second goal” against Juventus, but “didn’t take enough risks and felt a negative atmosphere.”
Max Allegri was “very angry” after Juventus fumbled a Scudetto match point against 10-man Roma.
The Scudetto showdown ended in a 1-1 draw, as 10-man Roma fought back from a magnificent Carlos Tevez free kick.