7 in 4, Roma’s Shocking Serie A Numbers

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The performances of the giallorossi are not only questionable but scary. Roma have the power to alleviate the pains of others.

These are not random numbers extrapolated to make a case. These figures clearly explain Roma’s inability to find the right balance on the field in order to be effective.

Although the team has been reshaped by its executives, nobody could have expected such a collapse. Roma’s current Serie A campaign is not only disappointing but a concentration of extremely relevant tactical and technical mistakes.

Since the beginning of the 2018-19 Serie A season, the Lupi have suffered 7 goals against those teams that are currently in the last 6 positions of the standings.

Chievo, Bologna, Udinese, and SPAL have upset the fans of the Lupi highlighting Roma‘s shaky backline and unproductive offensive players.

In September, Chievo Verona had the mental strength and ability to recover two goals gap at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. At the end of the same month, instead, Bologna defeated Di Francesco’s men 2-0 at Dall’Ara stadium.

The shame is not over, though. The giallorossi have been able to donate other three points to SPAL. Semplici‘s side sacked the eternal city with a conservative but galliard performance who stunned the Roma fans.

The last defeat against Udinese confirmed that Roma are sick and in need of a strong therapy able to shake the whole environment.

Eusebio Di Francesco acts like a man who knows his bosses are on his side. But this environment made up of compromises and justifications should end, now. Roma are far away from the Champions League spots and if they fail to qualify to the next international competition, the consequences could be relevant.

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About Stefano Bernardini 3327 Articles
A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Calciomercato.it | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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