The construction of the Juventus stadium seemed to be the key moment for a change of route but we were wrong. Italy remains stuck but Stadio della Roma could break this curse.
Although Roma is trying hard to reach the glory the real difference between Roma and Juventus are the revenues.
The collective sigh of relief and overall optimism of Roma fans following the announcement was universal.
In a recent interview, Carlo Ancelotti, Bayern Munich’s coach remarked the importance of improving the stadiums in Italy.
AS Roma president Jim Pallotta released a statement about the Stadio della Roma project right after the announce of the Municipality of Rome.
It seems to be clear that the Stadio della Roma is the “toy” used by those in power to reaffirm their fairness and honesty in the eyes of the electors.
During a press conference at the end of his visit to the FIGC the UEFA president Ceferin mentioned the Stadio della Roma project.
To build the new stadium for the Brooklyn Nets the proponents had to face a fierce opposition by activist groups. The Stadio della Roma project is experiencing the same situation.
James Pallotta committed millions of dollars to a neighborhood ravaged by environmental issues. But Italy prefers to pamper its problems.
We are in favor of the Stadio della Roma project. As the Mayor of Rome said, obviously it has to cope with the local rules.
How bad do they want it? For the first time in years, Roma find itself one win away from a one point race.
Virginia Raggi’s recent statements about Stadio della Roma seemed to be an unexpected low blow to the AS Roma management ambitions.