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We wrap up our season review series with part two of our roundtable discussion, where we discuss transfer targets, debate the Zaniolo transfer and bask in the promise of Edoardo Bove.
In part one of our roundtable season review, we talk surprises, disappointments, tactics and much more!
We’re back to put a wrap on Roma’s last two matches of the season and look ahead to the quickly developing summer transfer market.
There was no denying the talent of Roma's full-backs, but thanks to injuries, statistical regression and a certain Dutchman clashing with Mourinho, Roma’s full-backs came up short in ‘22-’23.
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Yesterday was a gut punch, and 24 hours hasn't made it any easier, but the CdT crew is here to make sense out of yesterday's mess.
Sevilla 1, Roma 1*: Missed Chances, Blown Calls & Own Goals Doom Giallorossi in Europa League Finale
In a match that lasted over 130 minutes (yes, for real), Roma fell to Sevilla in penalties, but not before missed chances, an own goal and a blatant no-call did them in.
We're little more than 24 hours away from Roma’s most consequential match of the past five years. Are we in for a nail-biter? Who needs to step up? Can Roma win? The CdT crew asks and answers those questions and more!
It all comes down to this. A win and Roma lands their second straight European trophy, but more importantly, they'll return to the Champions League for the firs time in five years.
It was another dropped result in the league for Roma against Salernitana, but more importantly the Giallorossi are one match away from another European trophy. We discuss it all in this week’s episode.
Facing a barrage of Bayer attempts, Roma's defense held firm for nearly 100 minutes, preserving their one-goal lead and securing a spot in the Europa League finale!
Roma’s season will likely be judged on what happens Thursday in Germany. So, will the Giallorossi get it done against Leverkusen? Listen along as we discuss the most important match of the year.
Europa League 2022/2023: Semi-Final, Leg 1
A couple members of the Leverkusen UK fan club were kind enough to fill us in on all things Bayer ahead of Thursday’s first leg at the Olimpico.
Can a depleted Roma squad get the job done at home in the first leg of this critical semi-final? Their Champions League hopes may depend on it.
Roma's recent string of poor performances, culminating in their defeat to Inter Milan last weekend, may have left them with only one option for qualifying for the Champions League - winning the Europa League.
Two of Roma's most important players, Chris Smalling and Georginio Wijnaldum, are set to miss multiple weeks with identical left hip flexor injuries.
The Giallorossi overcame a 1-0 first leg deficit against the Dutch side and we’re here to discuss three things we noticed from a memorable night at the Olimpico.
Roma was up. Roma was down. Roma saw an assistant manager get a straight red. But through it all, the Giallorossi prevailed and pushed past Feyenoord into the Europa League semis.
Europa League 2022/2023: Quarterfinals Leg 2
One goal down, sixty thousand tifosi behind them. Can the Giallorossi overturn the 1-0 deficit and find themselves in the Europa League semi-final?
We turned to a Feyenoord fanatic to get the lowdown on Roma’s next Europa League opponent.
Roma did a lot of defending today, but thanks to their sublime effort at the back, the Giallorossi are through to the quarterfinals after blanking Real Sociedad 2-0 on aggregate.