Relationship between Pallotta and Roma fans grows increasingly fractious
13/01/2018, 17:00
All is not well at Roma just now. The players are under fire after a series of below par performances have left them behind Lazio in the league table and facing an uphill battle to secure UEFA Champions League qualification next season.
The club is being heavily criticised for its transfer dealings last summer, with Patrik Schick, Grégoire Defrel and Cengiz Ünder all failing to convince so far this season.
After watching a recent basketball match between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers in London, Pallotta insisted: “The team is strong enough without further additions.” 

The president made comments about security that set off a row with fans when they were translated into Italian.
With many supporters convinced that Pallotta only takes care of his own interests, they have taken another opportunity to hit out at his leadership. Indeed, one group hung two ‘Pallotta out’ banners in the Tor di Valle area of the city, emphasizing their dissatisfaction with his running of their club.

UPDATE: Pallotta has since released a statement in response
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