Pallotta: “I wouldn’t blame Spalletti if he left.”

James Pallotta, president of Roma, was interviewed by and was asked about the failure of Luciano Spalletti to allow Totti to enter into the match against Milan:

“It was great to see all the fans applauding Totti and his monstrous class, but the team always comes first. The manager made the right move because we are fighting for qualification to the Champions League. And anyway, even if he had put Totti in for the last five or six minutes, someone would have said he was not being respectful. I would not blame him (Spalletti) if he left Roma because the media writes nonsense every week. Wait for the end of the season because I will have a lot to say, I’ll tell you the whole story.”

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