After we lost the Coppa Italia final, Lazio fans 'buried' our club. And then something happend that nobody could have foreseen. Rudi Garcia showed up and brought us back to life. We defeated Lazio and are having the best start ever in the history of Roma. The first thing that comes to my mind is the resurrection of Lazarus in John chapter 11. Rudi is our savior. 1. Roma 24 2. Napoli 19 3. Juventus 19 4. Hellas Verona 16 5. Inter 15 Goals scored: 22 Goals conceded: 1 Average possession: 56% Passing accuracy: 85.9% We play against Udinese next week. They were horrible yesterday against Milan. They couldn't do anything against their poor defense. We shouldn't underestimate them though because Udinese are very strong in their own stadium. However, I'm very confident that we will beat them. Let's hope Totti and Gervinho aren't badly injured. If someone told me last summer that Roma would be 1st after 8 games with 24 points, 5 points above Juventus and Napoli, I would have sent him to a psychiatric hospital. All of us have been through a hell during the last two dissapointing seasons. No one deserves these results more than us. We have every right to be optimistic and dream of achieving great things. We have a great group of players who are willing to fight for eachother, that's why we don't concede so many goals. Nothing is impossible when heart and mind are put towards it, and hopefully our players realise that. I however do not want to say the S-word that shall not be named. Not yet. We have to stay humble. Before the match versus Inter everyone said that ''Roma hadn't been tested yet'' because they only played against small clubs. (Everyone suddenly forgot how we always drop points against small clubs) Now we have beaten Inter and Napoli and now they have new excuses, saying the players are temporarily in good form and sooner or later Roma will fall apart and will be mediocre again. Let's prove them wrong again. It's been a great week for Pjanic. First he qualified for the World Cup with Bosnia and then he scored 2 goals against Napoli. I hope he signs a new contract soon and I think he will. I can't imagine Miralem wanting to leave now since Roma are doing well. He's growing under Rudi Garcia and is starting to show his potential. We all knew from the first day he arrived that Miralem was very talented, but the coaches we hired couldn't bring the best out of him.