The time has never been my forte. With nothing of note to appear in the Romaverse today, we decided to start our coverage with the news Tuesday that Rome can extend the contract Paulo Fonseca beyond its current June 2021 expiration date. Much of the impetus behind this extension on hold due to the current form of the club: unbeaten in 18 of their last 20 games; management we have been putting an asterisk in from week one when the 1-1 draw with Hellas Verona Rome quickly became a 3-0 thanks to a transcription error.
Not long after that match, Roma were stripped of their tie due to an error in which Amadou Diawara was listed erroneously as a player T-22, despite turning 23 years old during the summer. According to league officials, Roma were notified of this mistake before the match has not yet corrected the error, leading to the deduction of points.
Naturally, Rome appealed the decision, which seemed even dodgier once the man apparently responsible for the error, former Secretary General Pantaleo Longo, Verona took a job not long after making this mistake.