Roma stadium refused planning permission by city council
Roma unveiled plans for a new 52,500-seat stadium nearly two years ago.
Serie A club Roma have suffered a setback in their bid to build a new stadium in the Italian capital after the city council refused to grant planning permission.
The Giallorossi unveiled plans for a new 52,500-seater stadium almost two years ago, yet bureaucratic red tape has repeatedly delayed the start of work on its construction. Roma president James Pallotta said late last year that he was hopeful the council would grant planning permission so that work could commence in March, but it is instead…
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