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Serie A Preview: Juventus aiming for ninth successive title amidst managerial carousel

From homecoming of two managers to big-name signings to the hopes of bringing the Champions League back to Italy — a one-stop preview for the upcoming Serie A season.

AS Roma reshape by signing Leonardo Spinazzola from Juventus, Amadou Diawara from Napoli

Shaping up under the new manager, Paulo Fonseca, AS Roma has done deals for defensive midfielder Amadou Diawara and left-back Leonardo Spinazzola.

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Francesco Totti's departure puts pressure on AS Roma's American owner

Former Roma captain Francesco Totti says he is leaving his position within the club's management because his views are not taken into consideration.

AS Roma appoint Paulo Fonseca as new manager on two-year deal

After winning the Ukrainian double for three years in a row with Shakhtar Donetsk, Paulo Fonseca has now been appointed as the new AS Roma manager, replacing the interim manager, Claudio Ranieri.

AS Roma captain Daniele De Rossi to leave club after 18 years

Daniele De Rossi, 35, is expected to play abroad following his final two upcoming matches with Roma at Sassuolo and at home against Parma.

Serie A: Claudio Ranieri off to winning start as AS Roma edge Empoli

The 2-1 win keeps fifth-placed Roma in the hunt for the Champions League qualifying spots on 47 points behind fourth-placed Inter Milan, while Empoli remain in 17th place on 22 points, a point above the relegation zone.

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AS Roma part company with coach Eusebio Di Francesco

Serie A club AS Roma parted company with Eusebio Di Francesco, one day after being knocked out of the Champions League by Porto, as the coach paid for his team's inconsistency.

Champions League: Porto go through with extra time VAR penalty

Fernando went down as he tried to meet Maxi Pereira's low shot across the face of the goal and, after studying the pitchside monitor, the referee judged that his shirt had been tugged by Alessandro Florenzi.

Serie A: Edin Dzeko scores late as Roma win 3-2 at Frosinone

Edin Dzeko scored the winner deep into stoppage time to help Roma win 3-2 at Frosinone and keep up the pressure on AC Milan for the final Champions League spot

Nicolo Zaniolo strikes twice to clinch AS Roma win over Porto

AS Roma's Nicolo Zaniolo became the youngest Italian to score twice in a Champions League match as they beat visiting Porto 2-1 in their last 16 first leg.

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