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 By Terry Daley

Rudi Garcia on borrowed time at Roma

Manager Rudi Garcia may not be at Roma come Christmas.

The last few weeks have not been easy for Rudi Garcia.

The Frenchman's coaching capabilities are being questioned after a rocky September that has seen his Roma side win only two of the six games they played in the league and Europe last month and be hit with a raft of injuries to key players like Edin Dzeko, Seydou Keita and Francesco Totti.

Now it looks like he may be on the brink of the sack only six games into the league season, as fan dissatisfaction grows and the local media sharpens its pens.


 By Terry Daley

Roma's fightback too little too late in an costly UCL defeat at BATE Borisov

BATE Borisov were in strong form at home, defeating AS Roma in their UEFA Champions League group stage match by a score of 3-2.

It's not often that after going 3-0 down just half an hour into a game, you come out at the end feeling unfortunate not to have got something out of it, especially in the Champions League. But that what's happened tonight in Borisov.

After a comical opening half in which Roma conceded two of the most embarrassing goals you'll ever see within 12 minutes of the kick off, Rudi Garcia's side dusted themselves down and dragged themselves back into the game. With eight minutes left, they got back to...

 By Terry Daley

AS Roma can show Champions League credentials with win at BATE Borisov

Rudi Garcia faces a slew of injuries ahead of a potentially tricky trip to BATE Borisov. Who will play up front?

Roma could hardly have started their Champions League campaign any better. Charged with righting the wrongs of last season's humiliating group stage exit (which included two poundings from Bayern Munich), they put in a dogged, disciplined display against Barcelona at a packed Stadio Olimpico and grabbed a precious 1-1 draw thanks to Alessandro Florenzi's goal, an astonishing 55-metre strike.

Roma showed in the glare of the world's cameras that they could compete with the best on the biggest stage....

 By Terry Daley

Roma's hammering of Carpi eases pressure on Rudi Garcia

The ESPN FC crew respond to your Twitter questions about which teams are most likely to win their respective leagues.

Roma needed a big win against Carpi on Saturday night to get the critics off their backs, and they came through by smashing their lowly opponents 5-1. The sharks had been circling around coach Rudi Garcia following his side's 2-2 draw with Sassuolo last week and the unfortunate 2-1 defeat at Sampdoria on Wednesday night, but Saturday's win will keep them at bay for a few days.

However, despite the convincing scoreline, things didn't go entirely according to plan at the Stadio Olimpico. Garcia...

 By Terry Daley

Rudi Garcia prepares for Carpi but knives are out for Roma boss

The ESPN FC crew look at Roma's title prospects in Serie A this season.

Roma were heroes last Wednesday, following their credible 1-1 draw against Barcelona in the Champions League.

Having banished the ghosts of last year's 7-1 humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich by drawing with the European champions at the Stadio Olimpico, the notoriously fickle and demanding local media hailed Roma and coach Rudi Garcia for a draw the Rome-based Corriere dello Sport said was deserved not only for Alessandro Florenzi's stupendous goal from near the halfway line, but for "how...

 By Terry Daley

Roma need confidence boost after last-gasp defeat to Sampdoria

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reviews all the big storylines from the weekend in the Serie A, including Francesco Totti's 300th goal for AS Roma and Inter Milan's fourth consecutive league win.
Miralem Pjanic reacts after defeat at the weekend.

When Eder flashed his low, stinging cross across the Roma goal late into Wednesday night's clash in Genoa, it was the first time his Sampdoria side had really managed to gain control of the ball for the best part of half an hour. Roma had dominated possession and spent much of the second half camped the Samp half, but somehow they still managed to lose 2-1.

As well as monopolising the ball with 66 percent possession, Roma finished the game with 19 corners and 24 shots, and it was only down to some...