Roma’s appeal on Hellas Verona loss postponed to Monday


The hearing on the appeal filed by Roma after being handed an automatic 0-3 loss to Hellas Verona has been postponed.

The appeal, which was set to be heard today at 12.00 local time, has been postponed to Monday at the request of Roma, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The FIGC’s Sporting Judge handed Roma an automatic 0-3 loss for their opening match against Verona after now former General Secretary, Pantaleo Longo, mistakenly added Amadou Diawara (23) to the team’s official Under-22 list.

Since Roma added the midfielder to the wrong portion of their officially submitted roster and allowed him to take part in the match, they fielded an ineligible player.

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