After a struggle on the pitch, AS Roma have bounced back to winning ways with two wins in 4 days in the Europa League and Serie A.
AS Roma returns to the bread and butter of Serie A action on Sunday afternoon as they look for a first win since the 7th March.
Roma travel to Amsterdam to take on Ajax in a mouth-watering Europa League Quarter Final tie.
The International break is over and Serie A football returns after a two-week hiatus on Easter Saturday. Roma travel to the Mapei Stadium.
It is back to the nation’s capital of Rome for the final round of fixtures before the international break, Roma entertain Napoli in the Derby Del Sole.
Roma travel to Kyiv on Thursday night looking for professional performance and safe passage through to the Quarter Finals of the Europa League.
The Giallorossi left Parma with a disappointing 2-0 and a weak performance after their Europa League efforts.
It has been a fantastic last 10 days for AS Roma bouncing back after the AC Milan home defeat with three wins in a row in Serie A and in the Europa League midweek.
With back-to-back league wins in Serie A, Roma’s intentions switch to the Europa League this Thursday evening as Paulo Fonseca’s former side Shakhtar Donetsk come to Rome for the first leg of the round of 16 ties.
Thanks to Mancini’s header in the first half, the Giallorossi collected three more points momentarily getting back to a Champions League spot. Roma defeated Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico.
AS Roma are back to home comforts this weekend after a mixed bag of football played in the last 7 days in Serie A.
AS Roma travel to Florence for Wednesday night clash licking their wounds after a disappointing home defeat to AC Milan which left a sour taste in the mouth of supporters.