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Miotto’s Musings, Volume V: Zaniolo Doubtful For the Euros, CBS Serie A Rights, Pinto Looking For Lopez Replacements
After a brief hiatus, Miotto’s Musings is back to look at some of the biggest Roma-centric stories of the international break.
This is it. The two best looks in Roma history collide in what is sure to be a tense final.
Thanks to some recent struggles, Roma have slipped out of next year's CL places, leading many to question Paulo Fonseca's future at the club. We sit down to discuss Fonseca's successes, his struggles and his future.
We've made it to the final four in our best hairstyle in Roma history bracket. We've got two long-haired title winners and two spiky haired fan favorites.
Can Tolkien help us find Roma's next manager?
Only eight haircuts are left standing, who will advance to the final four?
There aren't many better looking clubs in all of sport than Roma. But which Roma player rocked the best hairstyle?
Across the Romaverse Podcast, Special Series: Revisiting the 2017-18 Champions League, Episode 2—Round of 16
With Roma set to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the Europa League on Thursday, we take a look back at the epic Champions League tilt between the two clubs three years ago.
Across the Romaverse Podcast, Special Series: Revisiting the 2017-18 Champions League, Episode 1—The Group Stage
Join us as we embark on a new adventure on ATR. In the first episode of this special 4 part series we look back on the 2017-18 Champions League group stage.
Usually, we wait until the next day before breaking down a match, but this one was different. There was no ruminating overnight this time around.
Follow Roma's 3-1 win over Braga, we take a quick run through all the highs and lows from Thursday's victory.
The 0-0 draw was drab and disappointing, but there was still plenty to talk about. Plus, a look ahead to Braga on Thursday.
Miotto’s Musings, Volume IV: Following the Liverpool Model, Meret in Goal and Dzeko Back as Captain?
A paean on patience, among other things.
Last week, we got our first glimpse of the cast, now see them in action.
In the wake of Roma's 2-0 defeat to Juventus over the weekend, we dive deep into the tactics that frustrated Paulo Fonseca's attack to no end.
The merry-go-round of rumors revolves yet again.
Join us as we discuss the additions of Stephan El Shaarawy and Bryan Reynolds: where will they fit in, long-term expectations and a quick peak at the summer window.
We all love Roma, but if you could only watch one match for the rest of time, which would you choose?
A miniseries based on Totti's final season with Roma is set to hit the SKY airwaves next month and today the network released the first images of the the cast.
Sean and I break down all the key talking points from Roma’s thrashing of Hellas and look ahead briefly to Juve.
Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Mercato Drama
It’s been a half-season filled with twists and turns Across the Romaverse, but we wouldn’t expect any less from the Giallorossi. So, we're back for a special mid-season edition of ATR.
With the first swing through the fixture list in the books, we take a look back at Roma's performance through the first 19 matches.
Sean and I break down all the key points from Roma’s last gasp winner against Spezia.
And now for something completely different...
You'll seldom find a gamble that pays off this well, but Henrikh Mkhitaryan has found new life in the Eternal City.