the Loss with the 1-7 in the quarter-finals of the Italian cup against Fiorentina on Wednesday night was Roma's worst nederlagssiffror in Italy since 1950. The team will travel normal trains to and from Florence, but in consultation with the police, they took instead spelarbussen back to avoid confrontations with supporters at the main train station in Rome.
”You should be ashamed!”, screamed a couple of dozen fans against the players when they came to the training pitch in Trigoria outside Rome around one o'clock in the night. Also, other insults can be heard in a video from Il Messaggero.
a bus with the leader and other staff who came forward first, the magazine writes. When spelarbussen came was thrown instead of eggs against it. Neither the people or objects come to harm.
Police were in place and protected the players against the upset fans when they then in their own cars took home was their own.
Robin Olsen enrolled in Roma's history books by being the third worst loss in the club's 91-year history, according to Il Romanista. The magazine gives all players the 0 in the score.
the Swede received 4.5 out of ten in the ratings of Gazzetta dello Sport, that holds him responsible for one of the goals. Corriere dello Sport gives him a four but klandar him, not for the goals, ”but in any rescue, he ought to have done”.
and the coach Eusebio Di Francesco apologized to the fans in interviews after the game. Monchi said the club are not going to kick the coach, but there are details in the Italian media that the other people in the club have second thoughts.
" I will evaluate this when everything calmed down, now it is hard. My mood is not the best right now. We need to understand why we make these mistakes, said the coach at the press conference after the match.
1-7 is no strange result for Roma, who fell with the same figures against Manchester United in the return in the Champions League quarter-final in 2007, and in the group stage of the same tournament against Bayern Munich in 2014.
Olsen could have missed the world CUP: ”I got no guarantees,”