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Rudi Voller has quit Roma after they reluctantly accepted his resignation.
The German offered his resignation in the wake of his side's humiliating 3-1 defeat to Bologna.
Roma president Franco Sensi had hoped that Voller would reconsider his decision after a meeting on Sunday, but the former Germany coach has decided to leave The Giallorossi.
Former Chievo coach Luigi Delneri has denied that Roma have been in contact with regards to their vacant managerial position.
Delneri is well regarded in Serie A for his work at the previously unfancied Chievo and has seemingly been earmarked for a role at the capital outfit.
Luigi Delneri has confessed that he has been approached by Roma to take over from recently departed coach Rudi Voller.
Voller resigned from his post after a defeat at the weekend, admitting he was not the man to bring success to the club.