The Serie A club revealed they called the Italian army's bomb squad to dig up WWII explosives from their new training ground.
The Italian club,Roma
, announced they have found a number of bombs from
World War II
in their new training pitch. These explosives devices, which were found by a technician who was attempting to start the ground work on the new pitch, were around twenty bombs.
The unanimous technician told the police:
"I was there to build a football field.”
"I never imagined finding myself digging a few centimeters from the bombs."
According to the technician he noticed
"pieces of iron coming out of the ground."
"I am not an expert in warfare, but I thought they could be bombs and, therefore, I asked for help. I was afraid,"
"A big thank you to the Italian army and their bomb squad, after they safely and successfully removed a number of devices dating back to the Second World War from the club's training centre at Trigoria this week,"
Roma wrote on Twitter.