AS Roma Squad 2019/2020 Names List And Transfer News

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AS Roma Squad Roster Players 2019/2020 – Once, there was there Rome-based sports club. They are Fortitudo ProRoma, Roma Foot Ball Club, and Alba-Audace. In summer 1927 those three clubs agreed to a merger and make one new club. On June 7, 1927, the new club was born and was named Associazione Sportivo Roma. Later, we know them as AS Roma.

At the beginning of their debut, AS Roma used the Campo Taccio as their base camp and supporter basis. In this field, some historical match happened. One of them is when AS Roma defeated Juventus in a big match in 1931.

At that time Juventus has almost won their fifth scudetto ( the title of Italian Football champion) continuously, but they should forget it because they lose 5-0 in Testaccio field. AS Roma won their first Scudetto fifteen years after the club was found, in 1942 under the training from Alfred Shaffer.

AS Roma has a strong team with a balance both in defense and dangerous counter-attack. The first scudetto that was won by AS Roma noted in the history of Italian football as the first Scudetto for the team from outside of north Italy.

AS Roma experienced a major change in 2011 when the owner of the club changed, so there was some immediate change on the field and out of the field. The change included coach replacement. Until 2013 AS Roma did not show an impressive achievement. And following AS Roma FC Squad roster players 2019/20.

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AS Roma FC Roster Players Numbers 19/20:

Number Name Birthdate National
Goalkeeper
1 Robin Olsen 08/01/1990 Sweden
63 Daniel Fuzato 04/07/1997 Brazil
Alessio Pagliarini 09/01/2000 Italy
83 Antonio Mirante 08/07/1983 Italy
Andrea Romagnoli 29/07/1998 Italy
Defender
28 William Bianda 30/04/2000 France
Bruno Peres 01/03/1990 Brazil
57 Silvio Anočić 10/09/1997 Croatia
Elio Capradossi 11/03/1996 Italy
20 Federico Fazio 17/03/1987 Argentina
11 Aleksandar Kolarov 10/11/1985 Serbia
44 Kostas Manolas 14/06/1991 Greece
5 Juan Jesus 10/06/1991 Brazil
2 Rick Karsdorp 11/02/1995 Netherlands
Abdullahi Nura 17/08/1997 Nigeria
Luca Pellegrini 07/03/1999 Italy
18 Davide Santon 02/01/1991 Italy
Moustapha Seck 23/02/1996 Senegal
15 Marcano 23/06/1987 Spain
Midfielder
Christian D’Urso 26/07/1997 Italy
Lorenzo Di Livio 11/01/1997 Italy
Alessandro Bordin 01/08/1998 Italy
19 Ante Ćorić 14/04/1997 Croatia
24 Alessandro Florenzi 11/03/1991 Italy
Gerson 20/05/1997 Brazil
27 Javier Pastore 20/06/1989 Argentina
7 Lorenzo Pellegrini 19/06/1996 Italy
Maxime Gonalons 10/03/1989 France
42 Steven N’Zonzi 15/12/1988 France
8 Diego Perotti 26/07/1988 Argentina
Lorenzo Valeau 05/03/1999 Italy
22 Nicolò Zaniolo 02/07/1999 Italy
53 Alessio Riccardi 03/04/2001 Italy
17 Cengiz Ünder 14/07/1997 Turkey
Forward
Rezan Corlu 07/08/1997 Denmark
Gregoire Defrel 17/06/1991 France
9 Edin Džeko 17/03/1986 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Ezequiel Ponce 29/03/1997 Argentina
Mirko Antonucci 11/03/1999 Italy
Keba Coly 20/02/1998 Senegal
Umar Sadiq 02/02/1997 Nigeria
14 Patrik Schick 24/01/1996 Czech Republic
Edoardo Soleri 19/10/1997 Italy
Daniele Verde 20/06/1996 Italy
34 Justin Kluivert 05/05/1999 Netherlands
92 Stephan El Shaarawy 27/10/1992 Italy

AS Roma FC squad 2019/20 and last time on June 2013 Rudi Garcia came as a new coach for AS Roma. He became the first Frenchman who coached in Roma. He led them to 10 consecutive Serie A victories and the second place in the season plus qualification to the Champion League group stage. In January 2016 Garcia left the group and replaced by Luciano Spalleti. He was always with Roma during their good time with the previous coach.

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