What did Juventus hope to achieve? And no, really, it’s not rhetorical. And how can we ensure proper accountability?
More updates Stadio della Roma, Spinazzola's IG ascension, a new sport sweeps through Italy, and more.
Two Roma defenders and Adidas athletes keep their eyes firmly on the present as they promote local football.
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.
UEFA and FIFA will insist they’re my pusher, but then give me back Alvaro Recoba. You can’t, can you?
It turns out the worst insult you can call a fellow Italian football fan is a "night owl". Who knew?
Who says James Pallotta can’t be a film-making football club owner jetsetting in from Hollywood, after all?
In an ideal world, Atalanta have no reason to sell key players. But idealism will get you killed.
This week saw three calcio legends talk hard truths about life beyond merely winning and losing football games.
Fonseca’s decision to attack VAR falls on dear ears in Rome, but his DAZN Q&A with Balzaretti was not to be missed. Meanwhile, Elena Linari is setting the standard on the Roma women’s team.
Totti Today: Mancini Drawing Interest From Abroad. Agnelli Bemoans Youth Interest in Football, Olsen Survives Home Invasion & More
There’s only one way Roma could replace Gianluca Mancini and have no one notice the difference. All revealed here.
He may use the word "exceptional" a lot, but Tancredi is worth the insight when you ask him about goalkeepers.
DAZN’s charm offensive on Serie A is this week’s biggest peninsula power play, but everyone has money worries.
Ex-Roma player Sartor is under house arrest, while Roma fans aren’t taken by the Speravo de mori prima cast.
Walter Sabatini calls Fonseca a jailkeeper, Zaniolo announces his comeback, and the rest of Rome’s news.
JonAS makes a plea for world peace. And Savorani’s job
We go back to a time when Roma crashed out the cup, the coach fought the captain, and yet Roma won the league.
The way Roma remembers Dino Viola reveals where the club’s self-esteem really is today.
Leftback problems? Where? When? Why?
Watch and learn, EA Sports.
When Roma travels to Ferrara on Wednesday, they better keep one particular man in check
JonAS tries to think like Luciano and unleashes his 3-4-2-1
What happened with the players of Roma’s 6-2 rampage?
Will Diego return to Genoa or Argentina? Or will he remain at Roma for one more year?
We ask if a switch to the famed 3-4-1-2 that Fabio Capello used to win Roma's last Scudetto could do the trick today.
With back to back goals against Gent and Cagliari, Justin is finally fulfilling his potential in Rome