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ITALIAN SERIE A

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Juventus 21 0 4 63
2 AS Roma 18 2 5 56
3 Napoli 16 6 3 54
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 By Terry Daley

Spalletti makes clear his future isn't tied to Roma or Francesco Totti

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti examines Edin Dzeko's impact for Roma and expects he will top Serie A's scoring charts this season.

"If I don't win anything, I'll leave." When the Italian press picked up Luciano Spalletti's interview with France Football just before Christmas, Romanisti didn't know how to take it. Was it supposed to be a threat to his players ahead of their match at Juventus, or a warning to the club to not sell their star assets in January? With his contract up in the summer, was he gambling on a trophy in May before departing for pastures new?

Since then the Tuscan has done little to calm supporters' nerves,...

 By Ben Gladwell

Roma coach Luciano Spalletti could resign if no deal for Francesco Totti

Luciano Spalletti has said he could walk if Francesco Totti does not get offered another year.

Roma coach Luciano Spalletti has said his future at the club will depend on what happens with Francesco Totti in the summer.

Totti, 40, signed a one-year contract extension last June, and Spalletti said he would walk away in protest if the captain was not offered another year on top of that.

"Don't ask me about how well my team is doing, ask me about Totti," he said at a news conference after Roma's weekend win over Torino in which Totti made his 11th appearance of the season.

"It is only right...

 By Terry Daley

Roma put on a show, scoring sensational goals in thrashing of Torino

Four players scored for Roma in a dominant victory over Torino at the Stadio Olimpico.
Edin Dzeko struck first as Roma ran out 4-1 winners in a superb showing against Torino on Sunday.

Roma put on a show of sensational goals as they warmed up for their Europa League return leg with Villareal by sweeping aside a spirited but porous Torino 4-1 to maintain both their 100 percent home record and second spot in Serie A.

Edin Dzeko set Luciano Spalletti's side on their way with his 19th league strike of the season, a beautifully drilled shot from just outside the area after a neat one-two with Radja Nainggolan in the 10th minute. That was swiftly followed up by Mohamed Salah's first...