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  1. Michael Bradley in hindsight

    Julian De Martinis

    It was a transfer rumor that quickly began to gain steam. On Wednesday, former United States national team player Taylor Twellman broke the news via Twitter: "I'm hearing @torontofc is on the verge of signing Michael Bradley." Unlike many transfe...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  2. Michael Bradley in hindsight

    Julian De Martinis

    It was a transfer rumor that quickly began to gain steam. On Wednesday, former United States national team player Taylor Twellman broke the news via Twitter: "I'm hearing @torontofc is on the verge of signing Michael Bradley." Unlike many...

    Blog | January 10, 2014
  3. In a season of thankfulness, remember Rudi

    Julian De Martinis

    Of all that has gone right for Roma this season -- and there has been a lot -- Rudi Garcia's coaching certainly deserves a special mention. The club is still unbeaten in the league with eleven wins and four draws from fifteen matches, largely due to ...

    Blog | December 10, 2013
  4. How will Roma be represented at the World Cup?

    Julian De Martinis

    With the World Cup 2014 draw revealed Friday and the schedule for the group stage matches detailed, the involvement of Roma's players in next year's tournament just became much clearer. There is a near-certainty of two teammates facing off in the gro...

    Blog | December 06, 2013
  5. Gervinho back but full-backs not alright

    Julian De Martinis

    With the Cagliari match just over the horizon this weekend, the piling list of injures at Trigoria certainly does not seem like a good omen. With two attackers on their way back into the squad, a number of midfielders and defenders may not make Monda...

    Blog | November 22, 2013
  6. Michael Bradley more hindrance than help for Roma

    Julian De Martinis

    So what is Michael Bradley, anyway? Ask most Roma fans about the bald headed American currently occupying the Roman roster and most will generally fall into two camps. One believes that Michael Bradley is a very good player, perhaps not given enou...

    Blog | November 12, 2013
  7. Michael Bradley more hindrance than help for Roma

    Julian De Martinis

    So what is Michael Bradley, anyway? Ask most Roma fans about the bald headed American currently occupying the Roman roster and most will generally fall into two camps. One believes that Michael Bradley is a very good player, perhaps not given enough...

    Blog | November 12, 2013
  8. The unheralded cogs

    Julian De Martinis

    Underneath this glorious, fantastic, no-one-saw-it-coming start was a question that many took as a sign of a potential issue for Roma: what happens when the first XI experiences injuries or suspensions? Certainly, the starters have proven themselves,...

    Blog | October 08, 2013
  9. Maintaining status quo should suffice against Parma

    Julian De Martinis

    Roberto Donadoni hasn't quite reinvented his career at Parma as he may have liked. After Italy lost to Spain in the quarterfinals of Euro 2008 on penalty kicks, the coach was quickly sacked and Marcelo Lippi was reinstated as Azzurri boss. In hindsig...

    Blog | September 13, 2013
  10. Roma wages revealed: bigger money for more experience

    Julian De Martinis

    Every year, La Gazzetta Dello Sport does their own investigating and reports every Serie A team's wages by player for the year. The deals more or less have to be taken with a grain of salt; while Gazzetta is certainly one of the more reliable sports ...

    Blog | September 09, 2013
  11. Roma continue excellent start with win over Hellas Verona

    Julian De Martinis

    Week two of Roma's Serie A season was much like week one: goals in the second half, a clean sheet, a win. Rudi Garcia's men are off to a flying start in Serie A, with the international break coming at just the wrong time. Hellas Verona looked like th...

    Blog | September 02, 2013
  12. Hellas Verona are coming over Sunday

    Julian De Martinis

    Hellas Verona proved every bit as dangerous as the first part of their name sounds against Milan last weekend. Despite having just 40% possession, the side went toe-for-toe with Massimiliano Allegri's men in shots on target (5 vs. 6 for Milan), shots...

    Blog | August 30, 2013
  13. Five things Roma must do this summer

    Julian De Martinis

    It's summer (between the solstice and massive sunburn on my shoulders as I type this, I'm certain of it), which means that Roma isn't going to be doing much of anything except friendlies and mercato dealings. The latter has already occurred with the ...

    Blog | June 24, 2013
  14. Rudi Garcia's first press conference and examining his past

    Julian De Martinis

    The first press conference featuring Rudi Garcia has just ended. In truth, it didn't reveal a whole lot; it's not usually a great strategy to reveal a team's transfer targets to the press, for starters, and given that Garcia has just arrived at Roma,...

    Blog | June 19, 2013
  15. The derby that will define a season

    Julian De Martinis

    This season will be remembered in one of two ways. The first is just the story as it has been -- a confirmation of the status quo: "Roma underachieved in the league, made it to the final of a tournament, and lost. What else is new?" The second is...

    Blog | May 24, 2013
  16. International break: Injury-free (so far) but with mixed results

    Julian De Martinis

    When players go on international duty, fans of their clubs want two things: For them to be successful and not get injured. In the latter, more important aspect in terms of where Roma's concerned, this round of World Cup 2014 qualifiers has been a suc...

    Blog | March 23, 2013