Roma must improve

Roma coach Luciano Spalletti has stated that his team must improve if they want to have a good season.

He said that his players have worked hard on the training pitch so as to improve tactically and that the test will come in the match against Sampdoria.


Italian side AS Roma suffered disgrace at home when they hosted Porto in the play-off game ahead of the start of the UEFA Champions League.

The 3-0 loss successfully ends the hope of getting European dreams for the Serie A side this term. The humiliation was complete with two players receiving marching orders.


Italian outfit AS Roma have confirmed that they will retain Nainggolan going into the coming summer and the player has also revealed that he will remain at the club, ending the links to Chelsea FC for a summer transfer move.

The player, who represented Belgium at the ongoing Euro 2026 in France before they were knocked out by Wales, confirmed that he would remain at the club after joining them on a permanent basis in the last campaign.

Nainggolan joined Roma on a loan deal at first in 2014 from Cagliari before he got a new deal that will keep him at the club till 2020. He was key to the club’s successes as led by Luciano Spalletti. He scored six crucial goals in 42 games helping the club to the third place in the Serie A. At the Euros, he enjoyed decent play time and was impressive, scoring two goals.


Luciano Spalletti says that he is confident on Miralem Pjanic

Roma manager Luciano Spalletti says that he has already put Miralem Pjanic in the past and is confident thatRadjaNainggolan will not follow him out of the club.

Wojciech Szczesny claims his best 4 Months

Wojciech Szczesny said that he learned more at Roma than he did over his whole career at Arsenal.

WojciechSzczesny, who is currently on loan at Roma from Arsenal, has stated that he has learned more during the past four months at Roma than he did over the last 10 years spent with the Gunners. For him, this is all due to the return of Luciano Spalletti as the manager of the Italian team.

The Poland international goalkeeper has said that Spalleti placed a lot of importance on details and also encourage goalkeepers to play with their feet. He believes that he has grown as a player and that his skills have improved a lot under Spalleti. He told the media that the Roma coach is an experienced coach and that he has given him various tips on how to improve and that he has become a better player under his guidance.


Italian outfit, AS Roma join Monaco and West Ham to fight for PSG right back Gregory van der Wiel who will leave the club as a free agent at the end of next month.

According to reports, the player is still unsure of where to move to for the next campaign.


Italian side, AS Roma had a frustrating encounter with Seria A team, Bologna in a match that ended in a 1-1 draw.

Roma legend, Francesco Totti, who has been out of favor provided the team with his first assist this season. The results from the match dented the hopes of the Italian side from a second automatic Champions League qualifying spot.

The aging talent in Totti is a widely debated issue in Italy as the player is being stalled on an extra year's deal. The 39-year-old has spent 23 seasons with the club in Italy. Due to injuries, the player has only made few appearances this season for the Italian club side.

Totti replaced Iago Falque at half-time he made an almost immediate impact. AS Roma trailed by a goal after Bologna’s Luca Rossettini scored in the 25th minute. Wojciech Szczesny in a moment of hesitation let the player send a free kick to the back of the net as he was at his far post.

Roma Has Several Star Players Being Eyed Upon By Others

Roma might not be in the same league has Juventus or Chelsea but it definitely has several star players and budding talents who are not unnoticed for their skills by star teams.

Sabatini is trying to put in his resignation from his position as sporting director of Roma team. However, President James Pallotta is trying to give him time to reconsider his decision. He feels that he might reconsider staying back in Roma if he is given time to think about it.


Italian clubs have once again showed their lack of patience

Italian clubs have once again showed their lack of patience after Roma parted company with Rudi Garcia.

Despite being only a few points from a Champions League qualification spot, the club have decided to take this action following a 1-1 draw with AC Milan. Garcia has been one of the longest serving managers in the Italian Serie A after having been in charge since 2013. During this period, he managed to transform Roma from being underdogs to regular Champions League qualifiers. There was even a brief period when the club was challenging with Juventus for the league title.


As.Roma is crashing out of every competition

Rudi Garcia is not going through the best of times with As.Roma as the Italian club has been experiencing a string of underwhelming performances and their latest result has seen them getting knocked out of the Coppa Italia after losing against the Serie B team Spezia.

As.Roma has also been dropping points in the Serie A after drawing with Torino and Napoli in their 2 latest league matches and also losing against Atalanta.

Dropping a few points in the Italian League is not such a big sign of worry for As.Roma but crashing out of the Coppa Italia was a huge blow for Rudi Garcia and his men as the Coppa Italia was their most realistic piece of silverware that they could obtain in this season.


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