Roma, Juventus, Milan and Inter communicate distrust in Lega Serie A president Lorenzo Casini

Andy Mattioli

Roma have officially joined other Italian top clubs in a battle against current Lega Serie A president Lorenzo Casini.

Roma, along with Juventus, Milan and Inter have rejected the president’s status and expressed their distrust in a letter ahead of the meeting with the Minister of Sport Andrea Abodi, reports Filippo Biafora of Il Tempo.

In the text of the letter the clubs express dissent regarding the current figure at the head of the League and state that they no longer feel represented by him.

The Giallorossi club, in particular, did not like the solution found to recover the final part of the match against Udinese, suspended due to Ndicka’s health scare.

The remaining almost 20 minutes, then recovered on the evening of April 25th, did not allow Roma to play against Napoli the following Saturday to have an extra day of rest in view of the match against Bayer Leverkusen.

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