Paulo Fonseca & The Unlikely Resurgence Of AS Roma In Serie A
Nov 7, 2019
It wasn’t supposed to be like this.
Roma, Fonseca Face An Injury Crisis Ahead Of Europa League Clash
Oct 23, 2019
“This is a new situation for me, something I've never experienced before.”
10 Things In Italy: Juve Take The Lead & Dries Mertens Has A Neighbor Issue
Oct 10, 2019
As always, there has been plenty of action over the last seven days in Serie A, so let’s get straight into this week’s edition of “10 Things” and get you caught up with what has been happening in the world of Italian football.
Orsolini, Lazzari & Sensi: 5 Important (& Non-de Ligt) Serie A Transfers
Jul 15, 2019
When you become an adult, summer is just stupid. It’s really hot outside, the only sport on TV at a time like this is the bloated middle of a stupidly long baseball season, and the European football world is just a cesspool of transfer rumors and hot takes from Twitter personalities. You don’t even get a break from work!
Roma, Pallotta Hope New Boss Paolo Fonseca Can Resurrect Club
Jun 24, 2019
Since AS Roma reached the Champions League semifinal towards the end of the 2017-18 campaign, supporters of the capital club have had little to cheer about. Such an achievement for then-boss Eusebio Di Francesco during his first outing in Europe’s most elite competition gave fans hope that the side was moving in the right direction.
From Totti & Roma To Sarri & Juventus, Serie A's Top 6 Are In Chaos
Jun 18, 2019
Italy is nothing if not dramatic.
Roma's Spine In Need Of Summer Repair After Possible Champions League Miss
Apr 25, 2019
Rumors continue to swirl concerning who will step in to help rebuild at AS Roma following the departures of Eusebio Di Francesco and Monchi. The Capital Club are in the midst of a battle for Champions League play next year with no room for error in the remaining five matches. They currently sit just one point behind Milan and Atalanta, so maximum points and a bit of luck will be needed to achieve their goal for the season.
10 Things In Italy: Juventus Lose, AC Milan Shirt Spat, & Torino Complain
Apr 19, 2019
The last week in Serie A has been busy with games that had huge ramifications on the battle for Champions League places and those looking to avoid relegation. “10 Things” is back to get you up to speed with what’s been going on in the world of Italian football over the last seven days.
Dzeko, Ranieri Lead Roma To Pragmatic Win, But Is It Too Late For Europe?
Apr 15, 2019
Roma still have it all to do to secure a top-four finish for Champions League play next season, but they’ve provided fans with a glimmer of hope with consecutive shutout victories. Claudio Ranieri’s men continue to battle injuries, and ever-changing lineups make finding consistency on the pitch a tall task. Nevertheless, in the last two matches we’ve witnessed what the team has largely lacked down the stretch: the ability to shore up in defense and grind out narrow results.
10 Things In Italy: Juventus, Atalanta Rolling & The Relegation Battle
Apr 11, 2019
What did you miss in the last seven days of Serie A action? Let this week’s edition of 10 Things get you up to speed with what’s been going on in the world of Italian football.
10 Things In Italy: Spalletti's Madness, Kean's Courage, & Papu Gomez Dance
Apr 5, 2019
After two weeks off for the international break, FloFC’s 10 Things column returns to get you up to speed with what’s been going on in the world of Italian football.
After Napoli Loss, Roma & Claudio Ranieri Are Looking For Answers
Apr 2, 2019
Roma misery continues, as identity and tactical questions remain unanswered