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Horncastle: Title race wide open

Serie A 12 hours ago
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Five things from Roma's draw at Samp

AS Roma 5 days ago
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Horncastle: Pelle takes his chance

Italy Oct 14, 2014
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De Martinis: Five talking points for Roma

Roma Oct 6, 2014
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Roma spoil Zdenek Zeman's homecoming

Roma Sep 22, 2014
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De Martinis: Garcia passes rotation test

AS Roma Sep 15, 2014
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12 hours ago

Juventus' slip allows Roma back into the Serie A title race

With Juventus losing late to Genoa, Roma is now tied atop the Serie A standings with the Turin giants.

Walking towards the Curva Sud to salute the fans with the rest of his teammates after Roma's 2-0 win against Cesena on Wednesday night, midfielder Radja Nainggolan looked up at the Stadio Olimpico's scoreboard. On it were the results from around Serie A and one in particular caught his eye: Genoa 1-0 Juventus.

By Nainggolan's side was his coach, Rudi Garcia. Putting his arm around the boss, the Belgium international pointed it out to him. They both looked at each other in pleasant surprise. After...

5 days ago

Five things we learned from Roma's 0-0 draw at Sampdoria

Roma boss Rudi Garcia couldn't fault his players after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Sampdoria.

A somewhat makeshift Roma side was able to secure a draw away to one of the Serie A surprises of the season in Sinisa Mihajlovic's Sampdoria. While a win is always what Roma aim for, did the game teach us anything? Here are five takeaways from the goalless draw for Rudi Garcia's side.

1. The number of injuries grows more concerning every match

For some reason, Roma do not seem to be able to keep any area of the pitch fit, with Saturday's draw featuring a back line that may have arguably been...

Oct 21, 2014

Player ratings: Roma reach rock-bottom after Bayern rout

Bayern's onslaught of 5 first-half goals keep their perfect record and go 5 points ahead in Group E of the group stage of the Champions League.

There are few things to say after a performance like that. Bayern Munich came, saw, and conquered Roma in Italy. It was a ruthless, dominant and effervescent performance from Pep Guardiola's men, who were simply sensational and unstoppable. Roma had no answer from minute one to minute 94 and 56 seconds -- mercifully, the referee blew the whistle four seconds early.

The team finds itself at a crossroad; old Roma would overreact and begin a downward spiral that might cost the team form not only in...

Oct 21, 2014

Three Points: Roma vs. Bayern Munich

Bayern's onslaught of 5 first-half goals keep their perfect record and go 5 points ahead in Group E of the group stage of the Champions League.

A trio of observations on Bayern Munich's 7-1 win versus Roma in the Champions League.

1. Football from another planet

Mamma mia san mia. Officially, Bayern Munich were playing in Italy on Tuesday night, but it sure felt as though they were out of this world.

Five-nil up after only 36 minutes, a scoreline without precedent for an away team in the Champions League, until of course Shakhtar simultaneously matched and surpassed their feat by going into the interval six to the good versus BATE,...

Oct 20, 2014

Pep Guardiola's path once again leads him to Rome

Roma prepare on Monday for a UEFA Champions League Group E home match against German champion Bayern Munich.

As Bayern Munich's bus pulls up at the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday night ahead of their Champions League clash with Roma, Pep Guardiola will know exactly where to go next.

These are familiar surroundings. He has frequented the home and away dressing rooms. He has sat in both dugouts. He has played on the pitch. And he has walked up the steps and into the stand to lift the trophy that lies at the end of this tournament -- the trophy he won once as a player and twice as a coach, the trophy he plans...

Oct 19, 2014

Player Ratings: Top-notch Totti returns Roma back to win column

Rudi Garcia was delighted with Roma's comfortable win over Chievo, but the head coach admitted he is always prepared for the sack as a football boss.

After a controversial loss to Juventus last time around, Roma came out swinging at home against Chievo to answer any doubts that there may have been about how the defeat would affect the side. It didn't take long for Mattia Destro to head those qualms away from a corner, before Adem Ljajic added a sensational second and Francesco Totti finished off the game with a penalty later in the first half to help Rudi Garcia's side move within one point of Juventus.

If Roma were in cruise control during...