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AS Roma's forward Francesco Totti (R) ce

Roma 3-1 Udinese: Match Report and Video Highlights

What a game. What a glorious, glorious game.

Ladies and gentlemen, that was Roma. The initial lead, the following possession that led to nothing, the awful defense on the goal conceded, and dramatic finishes at the end. It was a stereotypical Roma win, and it was a stereotypical Roma win over Udinese thanks to Totti’s late strike that took Roma into the lead. Continue reading

Luis Enrique will be hoping Sunday's win against Novara is the start of a run of wins that may propel Roma into third place.

March 26th 2012: Medical Checkups and Bojan’s Dreams

Southern Hospitality

Roma have signed an agreement with the Policlinico Universitario Campus Bio-Medico to provide better treatment for the first team, youth teams and staff. The hospital is located close to the training ground at Trigoria, and will allow the club’s personnel to receive highly specialised care as well as diagnostic tests.

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March 25th 2012: All Eyes on Capitano and Sabatini Pulls No Punches

Totti Talk

After Francesco Totti’s poorly attempted chip over Christian Abbiati during the Milan game, there has been quite a bit of discussion centered around Roma’s legendary number 10: namely, is he past it? The reaction from the Roma community has been harsh. Paolo Franci of RomaNews put it quite poetically: “Unfortunately however, time that passes is a judge that gives no discounts nor abbreviated rights. And I fear that in his game and in the tentative attempt to chip, yes the chip, his trademark, there is the tick-tock of time that has passed and will never return.” Franci gave Capitano a 4 for the match, reflecting fears that Totti may just be past it. Continue reading