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Flawed Roma stumble to another draw

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Roma have problem with mentality

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Youth is served for Roma at Cagliari

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Roma's woes on display in Fiorentina draw

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Torosidis, Ljajic, Gervinho star for Roma at Feyenoord

Roma scored two goals at Feyenoord to book their spot in the Europa League Round of 16 despite the game being halted for objects being thrown on the field by unruly fans.
Both teams were forced to leave the field after crowd disturbances at the De Kuip stadium.

Normally when a match of football is played, one would expect discussion to be on the actual match of football.

Not on hooliganism and red-cards-that-weren't-called; not on reds-that-were-called-but-actually-weren't-reds and a double-digit minute stoppage for fans throwing projectiles onto the pitch; and certainly not for a plastic banana thrown at a black player on the opposing team. Yet here we are, two legs against Feyenoord completed, with Roma doing enough to squeak through -- even getting...

Roma draw with Hellas Verona to raise more questions about Garcia's squad

Sunday's draw with Hellas Verona was Roma's 6th in 7 games.

While Roma's 1-1 draw against Hellas Verona can hardly be considered a surprise, the situation at the club is becoming increasingly worrisome. The side have evolved incrementally throughout the season despite trotting out the same old result on a nearly weekly basis. However, on Sunday, instead of conceding first and then rallying to win, the Giallorossi delivered the opposite.

Club legend Francesco Totti opened the scoring with his 240th goal for the club but Hellas Verona levelled the scores after...

Mentality preventing Roma from catching Juventus

Ivory Coast forward Seydou Doumbia was officially unveiled as an AS Roma player in Rome a day after making his debut in a goalless draw against Serie A bottom club Parma.

Player ratings for a match like Roma's 0-0 draw at home against Parma wouldn't do the game justice. Not only were most of the home side's players well and truly below par, but the real crux of the issue facing Rudi Garcia's side at the moment is an unfortunately familiar one: Mentality. Yes, there are formational issues, and yes, the side cannot seem to score or muster any real attacking threat, but it all comes down to what seems like a mental block -- an inability for the side to truly believe...

Youth is served for Roma in win at Cagliari

Roma head coach Rudi Garcia highlighted that his side will need to work harder after the loss against Fiorentina in Coppa Italia.

Roma recorded their first league win since January 6th -- and only their second in all of 2015 -- in a hard-fought, sometimes difficult, typically nerve-wracking 2-1 triumph against Cagliari. It was a stern test in a venue in which the Giallorossi often have struggled in recent times, facing a team that is on an upward trajectory under new coach Gianfranco Zola. The result was different than what Roma had achieved in recent weeks, and so too was the manner in which the side fought to garner all...

 By Chris Wright

Young Roma mascot feels the Totti effect

To those of a Roma persuasion, Francesco Totti is more than just a club legend. In fact, his status is probably closer to that of a demi-god among the Giallorossi fraternity.

It's perfectly understandable then, that in the tunnel before Tuesday evening's Coppa Italia game against Fiorentina, one young Roma mascot couldn't quite believe what had just happened when he managed to get a quick handshake with the man they call The Gladiator.

Indeed, the completely flabbergasted look on the little lad's...

Roma miss chance again to gain ground on Juventus

Roma coach Rudi Garcia says his side have to start winning games following a 1-1 draw against Empoli.

Groundhog Day is traditionally celebrated in February, but Roma have decided to take the annual tradition, start it a full month early and apply it to their football matches. The side's 1-1 draw at home on Saturday against Empoli was almost identical to every other match played in January, bar the 1-0 away win at Udinese: Roma conceded first, did just enough to tie the game, and took home a point.

That's just four points from the last 12 available, allowing Juventus to remain comfortably in...