Roma Analysis

10 Clubs Who Defined The Digital Era In 2018

by Yu Miyagawa

Dec 30, 2018 2:37 PM

There is a new, modern approach to redefining the relationship between team and supporter, created out of technology and social media. Read more »

Tags: Ajax, Atlanta United, Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, River Plate, Roma

Monchi, Backheels & Retweets: Roma Push Further Into Modern Sports Age

by Yu Miyagawa

Aug 31, 2018 2:30 PM

Tweet after tweet, back heel after back heel, undervalued signing after undervalued signing, Roma push the boundaries of the modern sports fandom through a holistic approach. Read more »

Tags: Roma, IQ

End-To-End Stuff: Mohamed Salah

by Colin McGowan

Aug 10, 2018 11:04 AM

Mo Salah had a breakthrough year. How are we to describe what he is coming out the other side of that? It calls out for a name, or at least a couple of adjectives. Read more »

Tags: Chelsea, Liverpool, Roma, IQ

You Can't Go Home Again: Monchi Finds Ambition At Roma

by Yu Miyagawa

Anyone as successful and driven as Monchi will want to make decisions on his own terms. His track record presents a reversal on the traditional problem of a club obsessed with continental success at the expense of domestic play. Read more »
Inter Milan Find Stability Through The Second Market

by Yu Miyagawa

On Walter Sabatini and Luciano Spalletti finding stability by getting the lower profile signings right. Read more »
The Cracking Of The Southampton To Liverpool Transfer Pipeline

by Yu Miyagawa

In the world of agents and million dollar fees, there's a level of tapping up in every transfer. If you aren't writing public apologies, you aren't trying. Liverpool could still end up with an entire XI of players bought from Southampton by 2019. Read more »
Monchi's Shadows Loom Over The Roma Project

by Yu Miyagawa

Will Monchi build a Spanish side in Italy, or shape his transfer policies for Serie A? Will he move forward with Luciano Spalletti as his manager? Read more »
The Destructive Creator Radja Nainggolan

by Yu Miyagawa

Radja Nainggolan's personality has been called a "force of nature", highlighting his mentality and desire to win. His value has risen dramatically as his skills developed and is facing an important summer with Belgium and potentially moving to Chelsea. Read more »
The Second Time Around For Luciano Spalletti

by Yu Miyagawa

Almost two years out of the game, Luciano Spalletti's impact on Roma has been immediate, in the form of many, many goals. Roma needed Spalletti for morale and direction. And Spalletti needed Roma. Read more »

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