Late, as ever. I'd be terrible with birth control pills. Updating as we go along.
The opener seems to call for the tried and true "oh, they scheduled another friendly" but it smells of a 1-1.
That's right - it's not yet August and I'm predicting actual game scores. Write that one down.
And would someone teach Lega Calcio to count.
You know, as this slowly trickles out....this is a damn good schedule, and it's been years since opposing fans weren't giving sympathetic internet hugs (which are in fact very suspect). And yes, I realize I'm just begging for Juve at Week 7.
IL CALENDARIO DELLA ROMA
1° GIORNATA (29 agosto): Roma-Cesena
2° GIORNATA (12 settembre): Cagliari-Roma
3° GIORNATA (19 settembre): Roma-Bologna
4° GIORNATA (22 settembre): Brescia-Roma
5° GIORNATA (26 settembre): Roma-Inter
6° GIORNATA (3 ottobre): Napoli-Roma
7° GIORNATA (17 ottobre): Roma-Genoa
8° GIORNATA (24 ottobre): Parma-Roma
9° GIORNATA (31 ottobre): Roma-Lecce
10° GIORNATA (7 novembre): Lazio-Roma
11° GIORNATA (10 novembre): Roma-Fiorentina
12° GIORNATA (14 novembre): Juventus-Roma
13° GIORNATA (21 novembre): Roma-Udinese
14° GIORNATA (28 novembre): Palermo-Roma
15° GIORNATA (5 dicembre): Chievo-Roma
16° GIORNATA (21 dicembre): Roma-Bari
17° GIORNATA (19 dicembre): Milan-Roma
18° GIORNATA (6 gennaio): Roma-Catania
19° GIORNATA (9 gennaio): Sampdoria-Roma
November looks like it'll be a little tight with some Champions League thrown in the middle, but otherwise a very acceptable schedule.
The only small gripe is that I was hoping to get Sampdoria while they're flashing their squad depth in the CL groups (provided, of course). Ahem...
(And reverse the home/away for the second half.)