Roma’s appeal for Verona result postponed until 4 November


This morning, AS Roma lawyer Antonio Conte requested that the club’s appeal regarding the automatic 0-3 loss against Verona be postponed.

The request was accepted by the court after Conte argued that Roma CEO Guido Fienga, who is currently serving a 30-day suspension for violating the COVID-19 protocols during the Giallorossi’s match last July against Napoli, has a right to participate in the proceedings.

Roma plan to argue that their mistake, which led to midfielder Amadou Diawara mistakenly being added to the Under-23 section of the club’s official team list, was not committed fradulently or maliciously. Furthermore, there were still slots available in Roma’s full, 25-man team list — a fact the Giallorossi will highlight on 4th November, which is the date the appeal has been postponed to.

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