It seems the only thing consistent in 2020, is inconsistency. Roma look like a different team from one game to the next. So, what does that mean for Paulo Fonseca in the long-term?
Roma’s return to action takes a step up in intensity on Sunday afternoon when they face AC Milan at San Siro – a venue they have not won at since 2017.
Giallorossi Yorkshire and SempreMilan have teamed up to create an all-time lineup of players who are fondly remembered for their spells at both Roma and Milan.
Roma have agreed to sign Pedro as a free agent when his contract at Chelsea expires, widespread reports claim. The former Barcelona winger is expected to join on a two-year deal, which could be extended.
Edin Dzeko scored a brace of volleys to give Roma a winning start on their return to Serie A action. He is one of four players picked out for the difference they made against Sampdoria here.
Nearly four months since their last match, Roma finally return to action on Wednesday night when they take on Sampdoria.
Pierino Prati was Roma’s most prolific marksman of the 1970s. After he passed away at the age of 73 this week, here is a tribute to him.
Claudio Ranieri used a total of 61 players across his two spells as Roma manager. How many of them can you remember?
Paulo Fonseca will have to make some big decisions about selections when Serie A returns. But which Roma players have enjoyed the most success as a starter this season?
Fabio Capello was the last man to win Serie A as Roma manager. Decades before, he also spent three years playing for the club. How much do you know about both spells?