ROME – "In his note of reply to Totti , Pallotta and his men , in an ambiguous and almost threatening tone, recall that Roma is listed on the Stock Exchange", says the senator of Forza Italia Maurizio Gasparri , great Giallorossi fan. "We in Rome know this very well and many of us bought, many years ago, small quantities of shares, certainly not to earn, but for the satisfaction of being, with a tiny wedge, co-owners of the team".
"Over time those actions have depreciated – continues Gasparri – but a small symbolic investment has not caused irreparable damage . Now, faced with the attitude of the company, I consider it a duty as a shareholder, albeit extremely hyper, to address Consob , so that the transparency of the conduct of a catastrophic management occurs. The same story of the relationship with Totti damages the value of society, which must explain the role of characters who formally have marginal roles, but from the chronicles appear the real directors of Rome, managed more by London than by Boston. Who does what? Is it all normal? Not to mention the enormous expenses for the stadium, of which only plastic models have been seen amidst a sea of controversy and so on. Thats enough. Consob must also be vigilant, since no one else does it ".
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano