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 By Terry Daley

Roma head into season with flaws and dampened expectations

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his Serie A predictions for the new season.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his Serie A predictions for the new season.

An underwhelming preseason and transfer window means Roma are starting a new season with the lowest expectations since Rudi Garcia had to fend off protesting fans outside the Trigoria training ground back in 2013.

Their recent trip to Spain, which highlighted some obvious flaws in both the first XI and the second string, has dampened enthusiasm for Roma's chances of challenging for the Serie A title ahead of Sunday evening's opening trip to last season's surprise package Atalanta, with AC Milan...

 By Terry Daley

Roma look very much a work in progress under Di Francesco on eve of season

Gab Marcotti previews the upcoming Serie A season with his predictions for the top four and the Scudetto winner.
Late second-half goals from Sergio Escudero and Nolito were enough for Sevilla to hold off Roma in their club friendly.

Turning over to the Italian Super Cup would have made for some sobering viewing for Romanisti on Sunday night. While their hapless second string were being slapped about the park by middling La Liga side Celta Vigo, city rivals Lazio were limbering up for what would turn out to be a spectacular, dramatic and eventually victorious curtain-raiser against Juventus.

As Lazio kicked off at the bubbling Stadio Olimpico, Roma were flailing around in front of less than 7,000 spectators, four...

 By Chris Wright

Roma welcome PSG's world record breaker Neymar with weird video

As you've probably heard, Neymar officially rubber-stamped his world-record move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain on Thursday evening.

As soon as the transfer went through, the Parisian club went all out to welcome their new star on social media, posting a series of photos and videos using the #BienvenidoNeymar hashtag.

Weirdly, Roma also decided to gatecrash the welcome party, heralding Neymar's arrival at PSG with a slightly unsettling video of their own concoction.

Terrifying masks, grisly...

 By Chris Wright

Roma legend Francesco Totti's shirt launched into space

With the blessing of the man himself, an Italian rocket design company have blasted Francesco Totti's iconic Roma shirt into space.

On Tuesday, Avio loaded an exact replica of the shirt Totti wore on his 786th and final appearance for Roma into a capsule and launched it into orbit.

According to Roma's official website, it was the club themselves who first suggested propelling Totti's jersey into space to immortalise their retiring legend's commitment and dedication over the years.

The plan was then...

 By Terry Daley

Di Francesco sees progress on U.S. trip but Roma still miss key pieces

Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman believes his side are closing the gap on Juventus and will make a strong title challenge.
Gab Marcotti sits down with Daniele De Rossi to discuss assuming the Roma captaincy and his aspirations for the season ahead.
Despite losing to Juventus at the ICC, Roma manager Eusebio Di Francesco believes his side is making positive progress.
Juventus outlasted Roma in a penalty shootout to earn a victory in their International Champions Cup bout.

The International Champions Cup is a glorified training exercise, good for the brand exposure and market development of football clubs but of dubious benefit to players and coaching staff.

That former Roma and current Inter coach Luciano Spalletti called the tournament "physically exhausting" and said that the most important thing was that "no one got injured" shows how upstairs and downstairs have come to wildly diverging conclusions on what preseason priorities should be.

You can't help but wonder...