Analysis: Stats, Tactics & More
Roma’s midfield had some of the best players in the squad... and some of the most disappointing.
Under Mourinho's watchful eye, Roma's backline took huge steps forward in 2021-2022.
The Portuguese veteran quickly proved why Mourinho targeted him to be Roma’s last line of defense.
Tammy Two Goals took the capital by storm, making Roma fans forget about Edin Dzeko. But what comes next?
Roma dominated on the scoreline, but there were some other stats that stood out in this one.
It wasn’t as easy as expected, but the Giallorossi eventually overcame bottom of the table Salernitana. Here are some numbers that stood out from the match.
The Giallorossi shined on Sunday. Here are some of the stats that stood out to us from the match.
It was another impressive performance for the Giallorossi against La Dea, but some key figures stood out more than others in the victory.
The two goals scored by Volpato and Bove will be all that matters in the end. However, there were a few other interesting numbers from yet another Giallorossi draw.
Bryan Cristante’s header salvaged a point for Roma at the Mapei, but what do the numbers say about the match?
Roma has no problem creating or taking shots, but that volume comes at a cost: efficiency and effectiveness. Two traits that could cost them dearly on the table and the balance sheets.
With one goal and three assists through her first three matches, Benedetta Glionna is making Roma look awfully smart.
Looking into Mourinho's past stops, we can discover his plan for Nicolo Zaniolo, who may be due for a breakout season under The Special One.
Karsdorp began to blossom last season, but he could be in store for even bigger offensive contributions in Leonardo Spinazzola’s absence.
You know the names Roma has been connected to in goal, well, here are a few lesser known but impactful signings the club can make in between the sticks.
Soffia finding her own 2021 beast mode is the reward for a stable, uninterrupted, three-year Roma arena.
The Italian is often overshadowed by Ibañez’s potential, but Mancini is growing into a very strong player right in front of our eyes.
Despite the overall mediocre season for the Giallorossi, individually most of the men in the middle of the park were actually pretty good this season. Nevertheless, injuries to that position group halted Roma’s top 4 hopes.
Roma paid dearly for holding the ball in their defensive third, but take nothing away from Ibanez’s results.
A little known Madrid cast off a year ago to 17 goals in his debut season with Roma, Borja Mayoral made quite the impression this year. The rest of Roma's forwards—not so much.
Roma’s appointment of José Mourinho is at once a departure from the past and an idealized version of what Roma has always imagined itself to be. But will it work? And for that matter, can we stomach it?