Across the Romaverse: A CdT Podcast
Roma hung tough at the Stadio Maradona last weekend, holding the league leaders to a draw before a late Giovanni Simeone. We recap that match, talk about the Zaniolo melodrama, and much more!
Things went smoothly for Roma on the pitch as they breezed past Spezia 2-0, but off the pitch, that’s another matter entirely. The CdT crew breaks down last weekend’s win before diving into the mind of Nicolo Zaniolo, who is now officially on the transfer list.
Paulo Dybala worked his magic again as Roma beat Fiorentina at the Olimpico 2-0, with La Joya grabbing both goals.
In a match that looked done and dusted after 85 minutes, the Giallorossi found a way back against Milan.
We’re back to discuss the exciting end to the World Cup and look ahead to the return of Roma.
You asked, and we answered. In the second part of our listener Q&A, we tackle your questions, including formation tweaks, the value of expected goals, and much more!
After a week off, the pod is back with plenty to talk about.
Friend of the show, Mass Riccio joins us to discuss Roma’s struggles to close out 2022.
Roma’s 1-0 defeat to Lazio in the Derby della Capitale was a tough pill to swallow, but we’re pleased to welcome Steve Ceruti of The Ringer to help us sift through the wreckage.
Special guest Nick Dianni of Kicks & Picks podcast joins us to discuss Roma’s win over Hellas and to break down the upcoming Derby della Capitale.
The Giallorossi held out for 70 minutes before a beauty from the Napoli striker did them in. We discuss Roma’s tough loss to Napoli.
A lone spot kick from Il Capitano was all that Roma needed to pull out the three points on Monday Night Football. But is Roma ready for Napoli?
It was three important points in the league table, but it came at a heavy cost.
The Giallorossi finally ended a long winless streak against Inter, getting a big win against direct competition for European places in the process.
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 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.
Crisis was narrowly averted in Tuscany as Roma edged out Empoli to end its two match losing streak.
Roma fell to Udinese in spectacular fashion last weekend. Join us as we sift through the wreckage before shifting the discussion to the Europa League, Roma's injury woes and much more!
It wasn’t the best result to celebrate our 100th episode, but it was better than another loss at the Allianz Stadium.
It’s two straight victories for the Giallorossi, but two key injuries could have a big impact moving forward.
The Giallorossi start with maximum points in a performance more impressive than the 1-0 scoreline.
Roma ended the preseason in scintillating form, now we can finally gear up for meaningful football.
We discuss the impending arrival of Andrea Belotti & much more.
Romanisti greeted the club’s prized signing, but just how will the rest of the squad be formed around him? We discuss Dybala’s introduction and Roma’s mercato.
We discuss what is likely Roma’s biggest signing since Bastituta two decades ago.
In our latest podcast episode, we discuss the Zaniolo to Juve situation and just how we see it playing out.
Zaniolo on the way out. Ronaldo on the way in. We give our two cents.
We talk Matic, Frattesi, and building a roster built for Mourinho.
We’re back after the week off to talk ECL, put a wrap on the season, and look ahead to the mercato.
Across the Romaverse Podcast, #89: Roma Secures Europa League Qualification, Conference League Final Awaits
Roma defeated Torino on match day 38 to secure 6th in the table. All that’s left to play is the Conference League final with Roma’s first trophy in over a decade on the line.
Across the Romaverse Podcast, #88: Everything to Play For Against Torino, Conference League Finale, Plus Dybala Rumors Heat Up
Roma competing for a trophy and La Joya? The Mourinho effect is in full swing.