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Over this week we reported about the tough early Coppa Italia elimination that Roma suffered against Lazio. The former Roma coach Fabio Capello supports Spalletti’s possible choice to leave Rome if the Giallorossi will not be able to lift a trophy this season. Barcelona’s Rakitic explains that Monchi is better than 10 players while the former Sevilla’s sporting director states that he hasn’t signed any contract yet.
Baldini and Baldissoni meet up in London to allegedly talk with Antonio Conte while Pallotta entrusts a new marketing professional to find sponsors in China. The end of the week is crowned with the away Serie A win against Bologna.
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Weekly Wrap-up: The best news of the past 7 days
- El Shaarawy happy at Roma
- Capello on Spalletti’s possible choice
- Rakitic on Monchi
- Monchi clarifies his position
- Roma restrained Lazio cynical
- Luis Enrique will take a sabbatical
- The pathetic defeatism on Roma
- A deep analysis of Spalletti’s situation
- Torreira’s agent winks to the Giallorossi
- Monchi on Emery
- Emerson ready for Italy call up
- Pallotta hunting for gold
- Baldissoni and Baldini courting Conte
- Salah wants to win the matches left
- The new CurvAmerica podcast released
- Bologna-Roma 0-3: match review
- Bologna-Roma: Fazio & Salah best players