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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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AS Roma AC Milan 1-2 Serie A

Roma and Milan squared off in a massive Friday night Serie A fixture, with the two teams taking opposite trajectories in the very early stages of the season. The visitors preserved their perfect record with a pretty convincing victory, whilst Roma’s struggles continued as they were left winless after three games. Tactical analysis and match […]

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Injuries, finances and deflation. AS Roma needs to reevaluate its tactical framework to return the money it has put in, but can José Mourinho modify one of the oldest squads and highest wage bills in Serie A? Written by Joel Parker. We decided to make this article free to read. If you want to support […]

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Tactical analysis Fiorentina AS Roma Serie A 1-4

Both teams may have bigger fish to fry, but how calm waters affect a good catch. In that case, Fiorentina ground out a great result, having controlled the ball for long periods, whereas AS Roma yielded space after they opened the scoring. How such margins can affect the bigger picture in prospective. Tactical analysis and […]

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In a tight encounter, a second half strike by Roma’s center-back Gianluca Mancini decided the game. Mourinho’s choice to play without a target man indirectly reinforced the midfield and prevented Juventus from taking control after going down. Allegri’s men were left cursing their fate as the woodwork denied them the chance to break Roma’s resistance, […]

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