Roma general manager Tiago Pinto was all smiles after the team’s 1-0 victory against Feyenoord in the Conference League final, ending the club’s 14-year trophy draught.
The win also marked the club’s first European title, less than two years after the arrival of The Friedkin Group.
“Tonight we’re victorious, certainly it’s the players are the one’s on the pitch, but this trophy is also a credit to the Friedkin’s,” the 37 year-old conveyed to Sky Sport.
“They’ve brought another mentality to this club. Then of course there’s the Mister: Jose Mourinho, who deserves all the credit.”
Finally, “We have to get things right every single day. But we know this certainly isn’t going to be the last trophy.”