[This piece was inspired by Giancarlo Rinaldi’s newly released e-book ’20 Great Italian Games’, available on Amazon for the uber reasonable price of USD $2.99 – you’d be mad not to check it out.]
AS Roma 2, Sporting Clube de Portugal 1
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, October 23 2007
For those that bleed Giallorosso, there is simply no other match like it. It will leave you with feelings like no other. The days following a victory are filled with ecstasy, those after a defeat is akin to a deep depression. It’s heated, passionate & emotional. It’s unique in so many ways and for so many reasons. It is of course, the Derby della Capitale. Continue reading
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I don’t want the giallorossi to qualify for Europe and I’ll tell you why.
The Roma players embracing eachother after the victory against Juventus. Foto: Alexander Fredriksen
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, I’m no great photographer but I feel these are worth a few as well.
In the wake of the Zeman dismissal, many Roma fans are calling for a “Normal” coach to take over. But what does a normal coach look like? Is there such a thing as a low-risk coaching appointment?
In light of the on-going debate surrounding Roma’s current goalkeeping rivalry, Roma Journal is presenting both sides of the argument for you to be the judge. First up, Enzo Giordani in defence of Mauro Goicoechea.
With one game to go until the half-way mark is reached in this season’s Serie A it is becoming clearer that the hopes of Franco Baldini appear to be being realised.
New to RomaJournal, Enzo Giordani applies his craft for us on Totti’s journey to success this season test.
This time Sam Rubio takes a stab at the Roma Milan game.
Alex takes a look at some of the more interesting nuggets from Roma’s win over Milan