Rome Disappointed weight with punishment Dropped
Rome – Roma claimed very disappointed with the sentence imposed Disciplinary Commission Serie A. The Giallorossi General Director Mauro Baldissoni mention the investigation did not go looking.
As reported previously, Rome fined 20 thousand euros for so-called uncooperative in the investigation of the incident after the game contra Genoa last weekend. After the match, the atmosphere heats where Genoa fans threw objects onto the field while the players push each other.
At one moment in the locker room hallway, Roma coach Rudi Garcia reportedly attempted slap one of the supervisors of the game. Garcia punished for the actions of this prohibition accompany the team for two games.
“We were very surprised, unfortunately this is not the first time the sport court to do this. We are tired makers do this justice, they move with the pretext of further measures and further when Rome was involved,” said Baldissoni to Rome TV.
“It seems that our coach is disqualified on the basis of the statements made spontaneously by supervisors Genoa, without any match officials and federal investigators who saw action alleged,” he added as quoted by Football Italia.
Baldissoni feel the investigation was not performed optimally, so that the punishment was considered unfair. He also highlighted that there is something more substantial like a security threat to the players to the locker room, rather than a matter of identification Roma player in question investigators.
“At the end of the game, no rain various objects thrown from the stands to the players and officials, for a few minutes they were not able to reach the locker room. Their safety is under threat. Aisle needs to be extended, so they have a closed path. But the supervisor was unable to Genoa provide such protection, “continued Baldissoni.