Mauro Baldissoni took to Twitter today after he officially submitted his resignation earlier this evening as Vice President of AS Roma.
The 50 year-old waived goodbye to the Giallorossi after having spent nine years at the club in various directorial capacities.
“As a son of this city and a Romanista for generations, these years spent at Roma have been an honor for me,” began Baldissoni.
”In the five years I spent as General Director, I had the privilege of launching, among other things, projects that would create roots in our community, such as the Hall of Fame, the Roma Cares Foundation, and the Liceo Scientifico Sportivo, an endeavor aimed for student use, as well as being able to see the team consistently near the top of Serie A and an unforgettable Champions League semi-final”.
“In recent years as Vice President, I had the honor of carrying out a fundamental project for our future as Roma supporters and citizens — the new stadium, which we hope is now close to a positive conclusion”.
“I now give my best to the Friedkin family, who I hope can bring the successes that we all want to Roma — I will be happy to celebrate as merely a fan”.
”Sempre Forza Roma!” he concluded.