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Roma find themselves in a familiar mess

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At last! Roma finally win a match at home

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De Rossi keeps Roma second in Serie A

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Rudi Garcia struggling to get Roma going

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Rudi Garcia's Roma at a crossroads

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Will Garcia be around next season?

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Roma aren't ready for contention

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Flawed Roma stumble to another draw

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Atalanta draw leaves AS Roma in a familiar mess

Atalanta's German Denis netted his spot-kick, which ensured Roma once again missed the opportunity to move into second place.

Trying to figure out this AS Roma side is difficult, infuriating and messy -- like a painting made of some colours that are beautiful, some that are ugly and some that you've never seen before.

The side's 1-1 draw at home against Atalanta on Sunday was a missed opportunity to leapfrog over Lazio and back into second place, especially given their crosstown rivals' loss to Juventus earlier in the weekend. The opportunity was there, the team knew it, and they failed to take advantage of it.

The result...

Roma, now third behind Lazio in Serie A, shouldn't panic just yet

For their fall from second place, Roma have nobody to blame but themselves.

Welp, it's finally happened.

As Roma have stalled over the last few months, having scored more than one goal in a game just twice since January, Stefano Pioli and the noisy neighbours from across town decided to dig deep and shoot their way up the table. Yes, it's every Romanista's worst nightmare: Lazio have overtaken Roma in the standings, edging aside the red-and-yellow part of the city for the light-blue-and-white.

This feels somewhat cognitively dissonant.

Roma, of course, were supposed to...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic heading to Roma; Javier Hernandez to refuse MLS offer

Zlatan could be making a return trip to Italy.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread...

Ibra has eyes for Italy

"Fed up" with life in Ligue 1, Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be taking his considerable talents back to Italy.

Citing Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport, the Daily Mail reports the swashbuckling Swede has turned his attention back to Serie A, with Roma rumoured to be in pole position to land his signature.

Recently suspended for four matches for a much-publicised postgame outburst,...

UEFA Youth League stars to watch: Chelsea, Roma, Shakhtar, Anderlecht

Dominic Solanke has impressed for Chelsea in the tournament.

The winner of the second edition of the UEFA Youth League will be decided in Nyon, Switzerland this weekend. On Friday, Chelsea will face Roma and Shakhtar Donetsk will square off against Anderlecht in the semifinals, while on Monday the two winning sides will compete for the trophy. With holders Barcelona already eliminated, there will be a new name on the silverware this time around.

There have been a number of interesting players on show throughout the tournament, and here are some to look out...

Roma finally savour home comforts with long overdue win vs. Napoli

Miralem Pjanic struck the only goal of the game as Roma finally won at home on Saturday with a nervy 1-0 victory over Napoli.

Ahead of Roma's 1-0 win over Napoli at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday, Rudi Garcia's men were a team in serious trouble.

They had not won at home since Nov. 30, 2014 (a 4-2 win over Inter.) That was a stretch of 125 days; seven winless Serie A matches; five matches in other competitions and a run of 12 games in which they only won once -- an embarrassing extra-time win against Empoli in the Coppa Italia from a goal that probably should not have stood.

They were a team who saw their title ambitions...

Daniele De Rossi keeps Roma second in Serie A after Cesena win

Finally, Roma were able to sneak out a victory over a well-drilled Cesena side that certainly did not make the task easy.

Manager Rudi Garcia had to tinker with his personnel as Maicon, Miralem Pjanic, Seydou Keita and Francesco Totti all were sidelines due to injuries or suspensions. His choices paid off, thanks to a smart and effective start from Salih Ucan and the energetic presence of Alessandro Florenzi as a full-back, as the capital club returned to winning ways for the first time in the league...