Roma fans are protesting outside the club's Trigoria base this morning and police have been called in to curb the mounting tension.
On Friday a group of Giallorossi ultras announced that they would be staging a protest against the club following the poor start to the season.
According to Forzaroma.info, around ten police vehicles have arrived at the training ground to keep an eye on the 50 ultras gathered outside.
That number is destined to grow throughout the day as fans demand answers. A banner with the words "Rosella Out", aimed at president Rosella Sensi, was put up by the tifosi, but was later taken down upon police request.
Tension is mounting, but there has not been any violence.
It's not the first time Roma supporters make their presence felt. They regularly protested last season, and they have, in the past, invaded the training ground.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com