Former Roma president Rosella Sensi was interviewed by Il Messaggero today as the club prepares to officially be sold to Dan Friedkin.
Sensi sold the club to an American consortium in 2011 after having taken over as club president in 2008 following the death of her father, Franco Sensi.
“Friedkin has already guaranteed his presence (in Rome), you will see that it will make a difference. The Friedkin’s already know how huge the value of the supporters is,” she said.
“We have to be patient. Whoever arrives at Roma is being called to help rebuild — it takes time. Let them work in peace”.
Sensi has been an outspoken critic of the outgoing James Pallotta, who became president in 2012, ever since his arrival.
She has been especially critical of his lack of presence in Rome, which he last visited in 2018.