Pallotta disputed by the fans. Banners for the city and 10-minute strike of the South Curve in Rome-Genoa

Pallotta contestato dai tifosi. Striscioni per la città e sciopero di 10 minuti della Curva Sud in Roma-Genoa

Pallotta disputed by the fans. Banners for the city and 10-minute strike of the South Curve in Rome-Genoa
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ROME – Dozens of banners against the president of Rome , James Pallotta, were hung in the night through the streets of the capital, in different parts of the city. The contestation of the fans against the American patron, starter of the one that this evening at the postponement of the championship with Genoa will be revived at the Olympic stadium, comes at a time of the season when the team coached by Di Francesco struggles to find continuity and results positive.

Already in Plzen on the occasion of the knockout in the Champions League with Viktoria had been exposed on the stands in the hospitality sector the banner "Pallotta go home", written again in the night along with other messages of the same tenor as "Pallotta vattene" and "Roma e Pallotta: never United States! ".

The protest of the South Curve

No choirs and no flags waving for the first 10 minutes of the race between Rome and Genoa. The Curva Sud tonight at the Olympic stadium will express its dissent against the club and the Giallorossi team. The hot sector occupied on the terraces by the Roman supporters has announced the typhus strike through a statement explaining that "we do not ask for victories but clarity and respect, those yes", then listing a series of statements made over time by President Pallotta, dg Baldissoni and ds Monchi never confirmed by the facts according to the fans.

"We are tired, we can no longer tolerate this situation after years of lies, proclamations of victories to the right and the lack, promises never kept. A slew of lies that transmitted timely negativity also to the technical environment, coach and players who took AS Roma as a passing team and not as a point of arrival "reads the statement announcing that" seen the continuation of all this, we made the decision not to cheer and do not expose banners in the first ten minutes of Rome-Genoa, to show all our disappointment. From minute 11 we will return to cheer, but only for our pride, for our faith and for our colors that we will defend tightly in any situation ".

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