Roma welcomes Betis to the Olimpico in a pivotal Europa League match. The winner will have the upper hand in Group C.
The Giallorossi will need some new faces to step up when Betis visits the Olimpico for today’s vital Europa League group stage match.
The Giallorossi are coming off a big win at the San Siro, so will Mourinho opt for continuity or rotation for the big group stage match against Betis?
After ending the club's trophy drought and luring Paulo Dybala to the capital. José Mourinho's time in Rome has been a smashing success—and it may carry on well into the 2020s.
The Giallorossi finally ended a long winless streak against Inter, getting a big win against direct competition for European places in the process.
Emilie Haavi (2G, 1A), Valentina Giacinti (1G, 1A) and Sophie Roman Haug (2G) put on a show in Roma's 5-0 pummeling of Parma.
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The fourth and final stop on Roma's Champions League qualification campaign sees the Giallorosse host Sparta Prague with a spot in the group stage on the line.
We guarantee you've never heard anything like this. What's it like for someone—who has no attachment to Roma or calcio at all—to attend a match at the Stadio Olimpico?
The Great Roma Questionnaire Extraordinaire: Frustrating Finishing, Midfield Concerns, Ibañez Improvements & More
With a few more days until Roma returns to action, the CdT crew got together to tackle a few of the concerns of the day, namely Roma's finishing issues and Roger Ibañez's metoric rise.
With several major deals expiring over the next 18 to 24 months, Roma GM Tiago Pinto has his work cut out for him, as he'll need to broker deals for Zaniolo, SES and more.
It may be the international break, but there are still plenty of rumors flying around the Giallorossi this week
The Giallorosse hit the road to face Czech club Sparta Prague in the first of a two-legged tie, with the winner advancing to the Champions League Group Stage.
The Giallorossi created plenty, but couldn’t hit the broadside of a barn in Sunday’s 1-0 loss to La Dea. We discuss that and more.
An ugly performance from Roma saw the Giallorossi fall to Atalanta 1-0 despite controlling possession and taking over 20 attempts on goal.
Will the young starlet take the trophy home come November?
With 18 goals over their past six fixtures and Teun Koopmeiners and Paulo Dybala each off to hot starts, we may see fireworks on Sunday. But will Roma prevail?
The top of the league table is always tight, but Roma can pad their spot at the top of the table (and buy some breathing room for the spring) with a win over Juventus today.
Crisis was narrowly averted in Tuscany as Roma edged out Empoli to end its two match losing streak.
Will home turf help the Giallorossi turn the page after an embarrassing loss to Ludogorets last week?