Pallotta Sincere: I’ve Made Some Mistakes But Things Are Changing

Roma President Jim Pallotta spoke to the official channel of his club about his strategies for the giallorossi. An honest statement that reveals his total involvement in the project.

There is a way of saying that states that you can not please everyone. Some do not like his way of doing business while others bless his arrival in the Italian capital. Jim Pallotta is an honest man who is doing great things for the giallorossi.

Although in the past six years the club has not lifted any trophies, Roma now have solid foundations and hopefully a bright future. But the stadium is a key aspect to reach glory and a much needed financial stability.

“I was frustrated with stadium delays, although now we are making progress again. If we can fix things, Jim’s excitement will be back on track,” said Pallotta. “We can’t become a top 10 club without a stadium. We need more money to compete and that is why I say the stadium is the game changer for us.”

An ambitious project is also risky. All those who embark on a relevant professional adventure risk to do something wrong. Jim Pallotta is a sincere man and kindly admitted that something did not go as he had expected.

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“When I look back on the first six years, I’ll hold my hands up and say I’ve made some mistakes. But we did much better in something else. The Champions League helped us in building Roma into a sustainable global brand.”

“I think last year we did well with some great global partnerships. However, we need to drive further revenues to help us compete on the field. That’s just a fact of life,” continued the Roma President Jim Pallotta.

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About Stefano Bernardini 3918 Articles
A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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