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Well, the Sensis are to come up with €130m before 2009 according to the installment agreement so something might have to happen.

+ things might look different now that some time has passed after Franco Sensi's death (rip).
 

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For sure something will happen because the Sensi are in deep debt and well, if they can't pay up on time they will have to sell. No choice.
 

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I don't know what to think anymore. One day Unicredit comes out and says 'we are fine with Sensis not selling Roma, no pressure at all", a month later apparently they are forcing them to sell very soon. Rinse and repeat, it has happened a few times already.
 

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believe it or not, Romulus is the new owner of AS Roma...and what an honor and life-long dream it is
 

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Come to think of it, given the financial crisis getting worse lately, it's quite likely that Unicredit have decided to tighten up their policy and have started to really press their debtors for repayment.
 

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The emotional rollar coaster that is AS Roma. We wanted a club with soul, well then you must also love one that suffers. Forza Roma, hold on, baby.
 

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The North mafia won't allow a big investor to come easily and move them from the top. At the same time the environment in Clacio is so hostile and primitive in terms of organizations, finance and even law to be appealing for foreign investors. So only an Italian born and raised there would be a good candidate. Unfortunately, there is not many around who are willing to buy us and are better than the Sensi's financially.


It is a lose lose situation.
 

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The North mafia won't allow a big investor to come easily and move them from the top. At the same time the environment in Clacio is so hostile and primitive in terms of organizations, finance and even law to be appealing for foreign investors. So only an Italian born and raised there would be a good candidate. Unfortunately, there is not many around who are willing to buy us and are better than the Sensi's financially.


It is a lose lose situation.
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The North mafia won't allow a big investor to come easily and move them from the top. At the same time the environment in Clacio is so hostile and primitive in terms of organizations, finance and even law to be appealing for foreign investors. So only an Italian born and raised there would be a good candidate. Unfortunately, there is not many around who are willing to buy us and are better than the Sensi's financially.


It is a lose lose situation.
Agreed.

Several Russians, Americans, Spaniards and even Arab tried to buy different clubs wth no succes: Roma, Parma, Bologna.. etc
 

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The Libyans did buy the Juve stake, but you can't help but wonder if they'd be ready to invest again given their experience with that club.

Still, they are looking to expand in Europe.
 

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On italian news yesterday Unicredit was quoted as saying there is "absolutely no pressure on the Sensi Famliy or AS Roma, considering the current financial crises." :rolleyes:
Also no rumours of a take over have been discussed in the news or papers...
 

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AS Roma has a huge debt to pay, any bank will be pushing for the money, especially now. Denying this is so stupid from Unicredit. Already in the summer, Profumo was about to go nuts on us...
 
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