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ROMA - Era of captains

Started on 22 July 2013 by romanisti
Latest Reply on 26 July 2013 by romanisti
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Tba...


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Bruno Conti 1973-90
Giuseppe Giannini 1981-96
Aldair 1990-03
Francesco Totti since 1992
Marco Delvecchio 1995-05
Vincenzo Montella 1999-09
Daniele De Rossi since 2001
I look forward to seeing this, I too have started my own! Good Luck!
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2013-07-22 13:00#121699 Abrey : I look forward to seeing this, I too have started my own! Good Luck!
Thanks for your comment! I think the next part are ready for tomorrow, also good luck too you!
Good luck
Will be difficult to match the standards set by Nathaniel's new Roma story, but I hope this lasts just as long as his! ;) Good luck!
2013-07-22 19:06#121847 Louis O. : Will be difficult to match the standards set by Nathaniel's new Roma story, but I hope this lasts just as long as his! ;) Good luck!
I dont have to mess with anybody, i will play my own story. In my story i start with the transfer update of the new season and have not the same team like him. Thanks a lot for your wishes i hope you stay tuned!
2013-07-22 21:25#121852 romanisti :
2013-07-22 19:06#121847 Louis O. : Will be difficult to match the standards set by Nathaniel's new Roma story, but I hope this lasts just as long as his! ;) Good luck!
I dont have to mess with anybody, i will play my own story. In my story i start with the transfer update of the new season and have not the same team like him. Thanks a lot for your wishes i hope you stay tuned!

Odd post really... don't be so aggressive... It is natural to draw comparisons to existing stories with the same team. Same as if anyone else on the site started a Hajduk story...
I'm a little confused with your title, Will i understand it once your story has started properly?
2013-07-22 20:14#121869 sedsosedso : I'm a little confused with your title, Will i understand it once your story has started properly?

@tbendis: I didnt mean it aggressive but my english is not so good, maybe i take the wrong words. its good to challenge but everybody goes his own way thats what i mean.

@sedsosedso :

Yeah its been a complicated title, you will find it out much later ;)
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A.S. Roma was founded in the summer of 1927 when a secretary of the National Fascist Party, Italo Foschi, initiated the merger of three older Italian Football Championship clubs from the city of Rome; Roman FC, SS Alba-Audace and Fortitudo-Pro Roma SGS. The purpose of the merger was to give the Eternal City a strong club to rival that of the more dominant Northern Italian clubs of the time. The only major Roman club to resist the merger was S.S. Lazio because of the intervention of the army General Vaccaro, member of the club and executive of Italian Football Federation. The club played its earliest seasons at the Motovelodromo Appio stadium, before settling in the working-class streets of Testaccio, where it built an all-wooden ground Campo Testaccio; this was opened in November 1929. An early season in which Roma made a large mark was the 1930–31 championship, the club finished as runners-up behind Juventus. Captain Attilio Ferraris along with Guido Masetti, Fulvio Bernardini and Rodolfo Volk were highly important players during this period.
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Home games are currently played at the Stadio Olimpico, a venue they share with city rivals Lazio. With a capacity of over 72,000, it is the second largest of its kind in Italy, with only San Siro able to seat more. In September 2009 the club unveiled plans to build a new 55,000-capacity stadium in the western suburbs of Rome. Its design was modeled after English football stadiums with the objective being to give fans a closer view of the pitch. In September 2011, it was announced that the new president, Thomas DiBenedetto, had reached an agreement with the mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, to have the new stadium completed by 2016. Like the previous plan by Sensi, this new stadium is to be modeled after English stadiums.
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The Stadio Olimpico is the main and largest sports facility of Rome, Italy. It is located within the Foro Italico sports complex on the north of the city. An asset of the Italian National Olympic Committee, the structure is intended primarily for football. It is the home stadium of Serie A clubs Lazio and Roma, the venue of the Coppa Italia final, the home venue of the Italian national rugby union team and Italy's national athletics stadium. It also occasionally hosts concerts and events of various kinds. Capacity 70.634!
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In the summer of 2010, the Sensi family agreed to relinquish their control of AS Roma as part of a debt-settlement agreement. This brought an end to the presidential reign of the Sensi family who had presided over the club since 1993. Until a new owner was appointed, Rosella Sensi would continue her directorial role of the club. The 2010–11 season had once again seen Roma start off with mixed fortunes on both a domestic and European level. These included losses against teams like Cagliari, Brescia and a 2–0 defeat against Bayern Munich in the group stages of the Champions League (a match which saw manager Claudio Ranieri openly criticised by his own players). However, these were accompanied by victories against Inter Milan and a sensational victory against Bayern Munich in the return fixture, which saw Roma fight back from 0–2 down at half-time to emerge as 3–2 winners. Following a series of poor results which saw Roma engage in a winless-streak of five consecutive matches, Claudio Ranieri resigned as head coach in February 2011, and former striker Vincenzo Montella was appointed as caretaker manager until the end of the season. It was also during this season that Roma icon, Francesco Totti, scored his 200th Serie A goal against Fiorentina in March 2011 – becoming only the sixth ever player to achieve such a feat.
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On 16 April 2011, the takeover contract was signed. The new ownership immediately went into effect by making significant changes in the club, hiring Walter Sabatini as director of football and former Spanish international and FC Barcelona B coach Luis Enrique as manager; the first high-profile signings from the duo were attacking midfielder Erik Lamela from River Plate, forward Bojan Krkic from Barcelona, goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg from AFC Ajax and unattached defender Gabriel Heinze. The club also sold and released high earner, namely defender John Arne Riise, keeper Doni, forward Jérémy Ménez and Mirko Vucinic.
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However, Roma was eliminated from 2011–12 UEFA Europa League play-off round. After the formal takeover on 18 August, Roma bought forward Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, midfielder Miralem Pjanic, Fernando Gago and defender Simon Kjær, as well as youngster Fabio Borini, made the club costed more than 40 million if the loan deal were successfully turned to definitive deal.

I am sorry but because of my english i prefer to take infos from wikipedia. I think you could understand it better and i hope you like it.
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The Giallorossi coach spoke to reporters after the team's first training session in Val Pusteria.

FIRST IMPACT
"What's my impression after the first few days working with the team? Good, I've been impressed by the quality of the whole set-up and the work ethic that's already a feature of Roma."

WELCOME
"The people who criticize the club and the players can't be considered real Roma fans. When you love your team, your club, your players, you try to encourage them. If anything they could be considered Lazio fans, not Roma fans. But we've got millions of supporters around the world who let us get on with our work. It doesn't change anything for any of the players in my squad. Footballers need to be supported and allowed to work in peace. It's nicer for everyone if we have real Romanisti with us here. I understand our fans aren't happy with recent results, that's normal, but it shouldn't stop them from showing respect for the club and the players. We want to be able to get on with our work, have people's trust and then be judged on the results we achieve."

NEW SIGNINGS
"There's time. Serie A starts up again on August 25 so we've got seven weeks to prepare. It's true that the earlier new players arrive the easier it is for them to settle in, but we've got time."

PLAYER SALES?
"Marquinhos and Osvaldo? At the moment they're here with us; we'll have to see what happens in the transfer market. Clearly on a football level I'd like to keep hold of all the players but if anyone leaves we'll make sure they are replaced."

TACTICS
"4-3-3 is one of the formations we'll use and it might be the one we use most often. But the players will certainly be capable of switching to other systems, whether that's from kick-off or during the game itself."

RULES
"I spoke about this during my first press conference. You need rules of conduct when you live in a group and we need them here because we're a group. As for whether I might choose some of my players to form a Conseil des Sages [Council of Elders], yes, I'll do things the same way I've always done. First I need to see how the players get on and interact among themselves within the group, so that I can understand who the natural locker-room leaders are. Then, towards the end of pre-season, I think I'll have three, four, five or possibly six players that I consider privileged interlocutors."

KID GLOVES
"[?ukasz] Skorupski arrives tomorrow and he's a very talented keeper but still young and rather inexperienced. We have two top-class goalies here in Lobont and Julio Sergio. With Sabatini we're looking around to find someone who can be our No.1."

TRANSFER RUMORS
"I can't sit here and give my opinion on Strootman and Gervinho, otherwise I'd have to do the same for all the players we might be interested in."

PJANIC
"Miralem is a very skillful player. I saw him in action lots of times when he was at Lyon, including when he played against me. He can create things in attack and provide that killer pass for you. To my mind he needs to be operating in an attacking midfield role."

TRANSFER DECISIONS
"Walter Sabatini and I work together and he always consults me on things. We know which players we need. De Rossi? A great player, there's no doubt about that. It's better to have him here with us than see him leave. He had an excellent Confederations Cup and he needed some time to relax."

SATISFIED
"Look at where we are, look at the organization around us, the children's playing field. I'm happy with everything about the place and it couldn't be any different. It shows that we're a great club but that's not to say you can't improve and attain an even higher level."



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The club sign a lot of good players but lost one of the biggest talents in the world. The 18 year old defend allrounder Marquinhos play last year a fantastic tournament and be eyed of the best clubs in the world. He would stay in Rome but Palotta and sports director Sabatini cant say no to the mega offert from PSG. Here are all the transfer activitations 2013/14.

out:
Marquinhos --> PSG 35.00 Mio €
Stekelenburg --> Fulham 6.00 Mio €
Bojan Krkic --> Barcelona 13.00 Mio €

in:
Mehdi Benatia <-- from Udinese 17.00 Mio €
Kevin Strootman <-- from PSV 18.00 Mio €
Tin Jedvaj <-- from D.Zagreb 5.00 Mio €
Morgan De Sanctis <-- from Napoli 500k €
Lukasz Skorupski <-- from G.Zabrze 1.00 Mio €
Maicon <-- from Man.City for free




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- Squad list
- Formations
- Player profiles

So, i hope you enjoy the new part and be waiting for the next one.
Nice Update mate, your pictures are superb!
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2013-07-23 20:44#122238 Nathaniel : Nice Update mate, your pictures are superb!
Thanks a lot mate! Yeah i like to work with photoshop! Maybe the next update will come tomorow. I also have to reply your storie but today i have not enough time, i will do it tomorow.
2013-07-23 20:50#122241 romanisti :
2013-07-23 20:44#122238 Nathaniel : Nice Update mate, your pictures are superb!
Thanks a lot mate! Yeah i like to work with photoshop! Maybe the next update will come tomorow. I also have to reply your storie but today i have not enough time, i will do it tomorow.

No problem!
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Normally i prefer to have one goalkeeper who is not discussed but here i have three brillant choices. First we take De Sanctis from Napoli, he is a very experience goalkeeper and looks always solid. Then we have Lobont, he plays a long time for our club and will play in Coppa Italia. Last but not least are the polnish golkeeper Skorupski, he is very talented and could become a very good Keeper. I think he will play against the lower teams of the league.

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In defense we play with 2 wing backs and 2 central defender's. On the right side starts Maicon, left the italian international Balzaretti and in teh center Benatia and Castan. With Dodo and Torosidis we have two solid back up's for the wing back's and with Romagnoli and Jedvaj we have two back up's for the cebter with a look forward because booth are young and could become an international top player.

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In Midfield we play with 3 players. In de middle our superstar De Rossi, he will take the defensive part and get the roll of a deep lying Playmaker. With him our game will be more better than without him. The two other players are Pjanic advanced playmaker and Stootman ballwinning midfielder.

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Our 3 man attack are Totti on the left (IF), Lamela on the right (IF) and Pablo Osvaldo in the center (DLF). Florenzi, Caprari and Destro will be our first back up's who often will play from the beginning. In coppa games will be the same. Boriello is a very good and luxurious joker who could make the difference in diffucult games. If Pablo are injured he also could help us to reach our goals.

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