BOSTON – A dispute without borders. Rome president James Pallotta was also challenged during an NBA match, the highest league in American basketball, played in Boston. Pallotta is not only the president of Rome but he is also a shareholder of the Boston Celtics, a club that plays in the NBA. During the game between Boston Celtics and Charlotte Hornets, a fan showed a banner saying "Pallotta go home". A Roma football fan, who was probably in tourism in Boston, wanted to challenge the president of Rome even in his Boston.
"Pallotta go home", the protest arrives in Boston
Thanks to social networks, this banner has traveled around the world to have visibility even in Italy. Pallotta became the president of Rome in 2012. In these 7 years of management he failed to win anything. The Roma did not raise any trophy, its most important result was the qualification for last season's Champions League semi-finals. Fans of Rome challenge him because they are tired of not winning anything but above all because they don't like his way of managing the market.
The Giallorossi's transfer market is based on capital gains. In recent years, Rome has sold champions who are as safe as Mohamed Salah and Alisson Becker.
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