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  1. Sorry for the Delay!
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Sorry for the Delay!

Francesco Totti, the leader of Roma's wolfpack since 1992, has had a slow start to his season. But on January 8th 2012 Totti converted two penalty kicks for a brace against Chievo Verona. In celebration Totti ripped off his jersey to reveal a shirt beneath with a message for his fans, "Scusate Il Ritardo," or "Sorry for the Delay." Fans of Roma and Totti shouldn't delay in ordering this shirt, but like Totti's goals, it's better late than never!

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