Fienga’s 30-day ban suspended until Monday


Roma received a huge boost today.

The president of the Italian FA’s (FIGC) Federal Court of Appeals, Mario Luigi Torsello, suspended the 30-day ban that was handed to Roma CEO, Guido Fienga, last week after the club were found guilty of violating the COVID-19 protocols in July’s match against Napoli.

Fienga’s ban has been suspended until next Monday, the 5th of October, which is when the Giallorossi’s appeal will be heard and is also when the transfer window closes.

The decision will allow the 50 year-old to negotiate and conduct business on behalf of the club, which he was barred from doing during the length of the ban.

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