Roma President Jim Pallotta has announced a couple of changes in the managerial framework of his club. Guido Fienga is the new CEO of the giallorossi.
Jim Pallotta is trying his best to find the right managerial alchemy to improve the club at 360 degrees. Although Roma are becoming a role model for sports culture and meticulous management of economic resources, the American investor wants even more.
Thanks to targeted marketing strategies and a player trading system that has been opposed by the fans, Roma are now one of the top 20 clubs in world football for revenue collected.
President Pallotta knows that nowadays there are other challenges to face. The construction of the new Roma stadium could be imminent but the day-to-day operations must be properly managed to make another step forward.
“Guido will lead the club through the next stage of our strategic growth and development,” said Pallotta through the official channel of the club of Trigoria. “He will be managing both the day-to-day operations and long-term vision of the club.”
Guido Fienga could be the right person to put in charge of a very ambitious and sustainable project. The Lupi are carefully following the UEFA financial fair play regulations and they want to increase their revenue in order to have a better purchasing power on the market.
Fienga is, therefore, the new CEO of Roma and Mauro Baldissoni has been promoted to the vice president role. “Mauro will be more focused on the bigger picture,” said the Bostonian businessman. “He will oversee the Stadio della Roma project, a critical step to becoming more competitive on the field.”