Serie A returns after the first international break of the season. Roma is back at the Stadio Olimpico for the second home Serie A game of the season as they will entertain Sassuolo.
The second weekend of Serie A is here, Roma travel to Salerno to take on the newly-promoted Salernitana side hoping for back-to-back Serie A wins under Jose Mourinho.
The 2021/22 Serie A is finally upon us, the wait is finally over. Roma kick-off their Serie A campaign on Sunday evening with a home game against Fiorentina. Can history repeat itself again with a home win like in 2014 against the same opposition, time will tell.
It’s the final round of action in Serie A and Paulo Fonseca’s final match in charge of Roma, he takes his bow away in La Spezia in Liguria against Spezia.
Roma win the Derby della Capitale with a solid performance and a tactical change that made the difference. Fonseca played his 4-2-3-1 again and the group was very responsive.
This is the main course to a feast of Serie A football on Saturday evening as it is the final home game of the season for AS Roma, and they take on eternal city rivals Lazio in the Derby Della Capitale.
We are in the final stretch of the Serie A Season, AS Roma travel to Milan with confidence in their stride in a big week for the club. Back-to-back wins in the Europa League and in Serie A on Sunday have seen a new lease of life shown at the back end of the season.
The Spaniard has been playing a remarkable first season in the Italian capital. Roma have the possibility to finalize his acquisition. Mayoral is happy in Rome.
AS Roma are back in Serie A action looking to stop the rot in Serie A against an already relegated Crotone on Sunday evening.
The Giallorossi left Stadio Marassi defeated by Sampdoria 2-0. Another disappointing test that forces Roma’s management to speed up the strategies for the future.
The Giallorossi halted Atalanta’s triumphant march after having suffered their quality and plays. When Gosens got a red card, Roma scored the equalizer and played with more confidence.
AS Roma are back to the nation’s capital to take on Atalanta on Thursday evening in a massive midweek game that could shape up the top 7.