Roma Players On Verge Of Club Exit (1 Viewer)

Chxta

Di nwayi
Nov 1, 2004
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#1
Dellas, Ferrari and Dacourt will most probably leave the Giallorossi in summer.
Poor performances and lack of money are pushing Roma to sell players in June: Dellas, Ferrari and Dacourt. All three players are requested by many clubs and their sale would help the Giallorossi’s bank account.

Dellas is followed by Spanish sides, including Barcelona, Betis and Deportivo while Ferrari and Dacourt will most likely remain in Italy as Juve, Inter and Milan have knocked on Roma’s door to acquire the services of these players.

Other players rumoured to be on their way out of Rome are Cassano, Tommasi and, after last weekend’s performance against Inter, Pelizzoli.
 

Amer

Senior Member
Feb 13, 2005
7,603
#3
Cassano and De rosi are the only roma players I would like to see at Juve
The rest of Roma "crazy kids" will probibly be of no interest for moggi
I know we wanted to sign Dacourt before and we do lack player to partner Emerson, But Tacchi is better then Dacourt for sure
 

Martin

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2000
56,859
#6
We should grab Ferrari, he could be our new Cannavaro. Just a shame we no longer have Carini, let's see.... we can give them Bonnefoi :D
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#11
++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
We should grab Ferrari, he could be our new Cannavaro. Just a shame we no longer have Carini, let's see.... we can give them Bonnefoi :D
:LOL:

Then Offer them Mirante and get Chivu too :D
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#13
++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
Shit we need to buy more goalkeepers :D
Let's hope other teams don't figure this business technique out and start using it...

Serie A transfer currency would be in "GK" instead of "Euro" :D
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
101,945
#17
The only player mentioned I would take is Ferrari, as he is not a bad defender. Dellas is worthless and we do not need another DM like Dacourt, although he might be better than Blasi. :undecide:
 

gray

Senior Member
Moderator
Apr 22, 2003
30,096
#18
It gets better:

Mexes to learn his fate
Tuesday 15 February, 2005
The Court of Arbitration for sport will inform Philippe Mexes on Wednesday if he can continue playing for Roma after completing an investigation of his transfer from Auxerre.

Auxerre accused the French international of signing a deal with the Italian club while he was still under contract with them, and have demanded that FIFA take action over what they believe to be an illegal transfer.

FIFA initially imposed a six-week suspension on Mexes, who moved to the Stadio Olimpico in the summer, but the 22-year-old lodged an appeal and the ban was subsequently postponed. Auxerre, meanwhile, have asked for the maximum four-month suspension to be imposed.

The matter seems to have unsettled the defender, who has had difficulty finding his consistency in the Italian Capital this season.

In the closing stages of Saturday's match against Inter he was sent off for a second bookable offence and now faces a suspension for Roma’s home game with Livorno. Teammate Antonio Cassano is also ruled out by a ban but, depending on Wednesday’s verdict, it could be only the start of Mexes’ spell in the stands.
 

Bjerknes

"Top Economist"
Mar 16, 2004
101,945
#20
Mexes looked so promising before he went to Roma. Now look what he has turned into. I would love for us to snap him up on a free transfer if that could somehow transpire from this whole ordeal. Roma is not the place for Mexes.
 

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