Roma stadium silence in spotlight as Palermo visit the Stadio Olimpico
Roma’s Radja Nainggolan reacts to his team giving up two late goals and conceding a draw to Austria Vienna.
Roma’s fans will at least make themselves heard on Sunday.
Roma’s bizarre 3-3 draw with Austria Vienna in the Europa League on Thursday night was notable for two things: firstly, the time-honoured Giallorosso collapse when two goals to the good, throwing away a deserved, Francesco Totti-inspired 3-1 lead in two maddening second half minutes; secondly, the pitiful crowd of around 16,500, which apart from the boisterous 2,000 away supporters rattled silently around the Stadio Olimpico like painted fans in a Subbuteo stadium.
The noise and smoke made by the…
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