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Maicon, Pjanic help Roma recover

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Ljajic's influence growing at Roma

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Roma not in crisis -- yet

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 By Jim Daly

Ashley Cole has a place in Palace hearts but Roma version is not needed

Ashley Cole impressed while on loan at Crystal Palace in 2000 and has been linked with a return to the club.

Way back in May 2000 when there was barely any coverage of anything outside the Premier League, Wimbledon were still a team and when Alan Shearer had hair, Palace were in trouble. Big trouble.

The team had been in administration for an entire season, had sold off all their good players and replaced them with a bunch of kids barely out of secondary school. Somehow, though, they were still in a chance of avoiding relegation to what was known as the Second Division.

To fill the gaps in the squad, Palace...

Player Ratings: Nainggolan dominates as Roma cut gap to one

Roma head coach Rudi Garcia believes his side fully deserved their 1-0 win over Genoa in Serie A.

It's often said in the sport that winning while playing ugly counts just as much as winning while playing beautifully. Roma were well mired in these well-worn words on Sunday against Genoa in a match that looked difficult on paper and had become a must-win by kick-off.

Sampdoria had done Roma manager Rudi Garcia quite the favor earlier in the day by traveling to the Juventus Stadium and holding Massimiliano Allegri's men to a draw. It was Juve's second consecutive tie and presented a fantastic...

Juventus and Roma fail to impress in UCL but there are positives ahead

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Craig Burley lament Roma's lack of desperation after conceding their first goal to Man City.

Redemption for Juventus. Regret for Roma. Expectations slightly differed for Serie A's representatives in the Champions League.

"We would have been put in the stocks," admitted Massimiliano Allegri, had they been eliminated at the group stage. A stalemate with Spanish champions Atletico Madrid in Turin on Tuesday ensured the Old Lady avoided taking the pelters she did this time last year when she slipped on the ice in Istanbul.

It was the minimum objective, but an objective nonetheless, and could...

Manchester City show character to reach the Champions League's last 16

Samir Nasri and Pablo Zabaleta goals lift the Premier League champions past Roma to finish 2nd in Group E and qualify for the knockout stages in the Champions League.

ROME -- A trio of thoughts on Manchester City's 2-0 win vs. Roma in the Champions League.

1. Man City move on

This was a magnificent night for Manchester City in Rome, and one that could at last see a new dawn for them in the Champions League.

Manuel Pellegrini's side overcame its awful history and seeding in this competition, a dreadful start to the group, as well as many key injuries and absences to win at the Stadio Olimpico thanks to goals from Samir Nasri and Pablo Zabaleta to seal what once...

Player Ratings: Ljajic wills Roma to draw with Sassuolo

Roma head coach Rudi Garcia insists his side must control their own fate rather than focusing on Serie A leaders Juventus.

It's somewhat fitting that the source of the quote that most reflects this time in Roma's history comes from one of the main protagonists of the game. After the 2-2 draw with Sassuolo, Alessandro Florenzi was asked to comment on the whistles from the fans aimed at Kevin Strootman, who made his first start in over nine months and looked somewhat rusty. Roma's vice-captain told reports that "calcio has a short memory," which would end up being a far more profound statement than he intended.

If...

Player Ratings: Maicon, Pjanic help Roma get swagger back

Roma coach Rudi Garcia was pleased with his side's response to midweek disappointment in the UEFA Champions League after they beat Inter 4-2 on Sunday.

Roma hadn't conceded at home all season until Robert Mancini's Inter came to town and made the back of the net bulge twice. Andrea Ranocchia rose high over Davide Astori for the first, a towering header that probably should have been covered better. For the second, Pablo Daniel Osvaldo -- once a familiar friend, now too often a familiar foe -- redirected a deflected pass into the net off a fortunate deflection from Astori's foot. In the case of both goals, Roma were ahead; both times immediately...