NEW YORK (UNITED STATES) – Morgan Brennan, a CNBC journalist with a pitch in Forbes, has become the idol of Roma fans .
He did it absolutely involuntarily.
During the last episode of her program on CNBC , Brennan, who was connected from home for the now known events of the coronavirus , showed a scarf of Rome that was showing off in her home.
Brennan is not an occasional fan since she has been following the Giallorossi with passion for several years.
Recently, on Twitter, he posted a video made at the south corner during a 2015 derby between Rome and Lazio .
In short, Brennan is a successful journalist in the United States but as soon as she can she runs to Rome to see a game of the Giallorossi live.
Since Roma passed into the hands of James Pallotta, the number of Giallorossi fans in the United States has grown.
Rome is invited every summer to the International Champions Cup, a sort of summer Champions League which is also played in the United States.
This tour on American soil is organized for economic reasons. It serves to retain new fans of an important market such as the United States.
In this way, the club's brand grows in value.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano