Tag: AS Roma

Atalanta Bergamo will almost certainly re-enter the Champions League, with a different arrangement than their last appearance two years ago. Perhaps the fluidity is not there, but Gian Piero Gasperini has rebuilt Atalanta through dynamic forwards with different objectives.   Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. There was no comfortable game for Atalanta […]

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Bayer Leverkusen just seem unstoppable at the moment. Facing one of Italy’s most in-form teams in a European semi-final was no easy feat, yet Leverkusen displayed remarkable control and poise (once again). Xabi Alonso’s tactical adjustments also proved pivotal, leaving Roma struggling to find solutions. While there’s still another leg to play, it was evident […]

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Few teams have succeeded in pushing Internazionale on the defensive, but Daniele De Rossi’s AS Roma certainly did that with a proactive approach. However, once that high intensity waned, Inter, in a ten-minute spell, showcased their quality and effectively secured a vital victory.  Tactical analysis and match report by Rahul Madhavan. We decided to make this […]

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Torino AS Roma 1-1 Serie A

Matching three-at-the-back systems and little shot activity, this is what they mean by Calcio. In classic throwback Serie A action, it was the individual battles that took centerstage, but AS Roma needs to be more creative if they are to break the ceiling above them.   Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Serie […]

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