The former FCK-keeper Robin Olsen has gotten in trouble in the AS Roma.
The Swedish landsholdsmålmand have been first choice all season, but had been sent out on the bench in Wednesday's Serie A match against Fiorentina.
Olsen, who came to Roma from the Danish capital after a successful WORLD cup finals, has been very volatile in its first season in Italian football, and it has now cost him his place in the cage.
After the weekend's 1-4 defeat to Napoli chose Roma coach Claudio Ranieri in place to give the 35-year-old Antonio Mirante chance from the start against Fiorentina.
The Italian sportsavis La Gazzetta dello Sport wrote last week that AS Roma want to sell the swede this summer. The newspaper believes also to know that Mirante should have good opportunities to keep the place in the rest of the season.
It was the Spanish sports director Monchi, who picked up Robin Olsen to the club, but he is now finished in Roma, and the same is Eusebio Di Francesco, who sat on the trænerbænken, when the season began.
Robin Olsen has played 27 Serie A matches and was until Wednesday evening, only missed a few matches due to injuries. His replacement in the cage was not the perfect start.
Mirante closed to two goals, when the romans at home had to settle for a 2-2 draw. The former Brøndby-player Christian Nørgaard so, like Robin Olsen throughout the showdown from the bench.
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