Serie A: 2020-2021
The Italian is often overshadowed by Ibañez’s potential, but Mancini is growing into a very strong player right in front of our eyes.
They were arguably Roma’s weakest area this season, but we look for some silver linings on here.
No, they didn't meet expectations, but that doesn't mean their time in Roma was a complete waste. We offer an awkward appreciation to the careers of Bruno Peres and Juan Jesus.
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.
You've heard our thoughts on Roma's season, but what about the rest of the league?
Roma paid dearly for holding the ball in their defensive third, but take nothing away from Ibanez’s results.
Sean and I weigh in on all the talking points from the 2020-21 Roma season.
With over 50 matches in the books, it's time to recap all the highs and lows from Roma's 2020-2021 season.
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.
After a PUTRID first half, Roma scratched their way back into the match, earning a draw and a place in next season's inaugural UEFA Conference League in the process.
Here's how to catch today's match against Spezia.
The Giallorossi won convincingly against Lazio in the last home match of the season; can they end things the same way for the whole rigamarole?
Totti Today: Zaniolo’s Comeback, Serie A’s New Anti-Spending Law, Di Canio Against Mourinho and More
Crowbars, barbs and other attacks unleashed around Rome and Italy this week. Let Totti Today steer you through it all.
Sean and I are back to talk Roma ruling the Eternal City in Fonseca’s last match at the Olimpico.
Say it with me: "Where was this all season!?"
Here's how to catch Saturday's match against Lazio.