Daniele De Rossi - the last son of Rome

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  1. muptonfish

    muptonfish Member

    Oct 10, 2013
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    This almost a sure bet, Roma has some irrational fans that lack perspective and logical thought process.
     
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  2. Vulpinous

    Vulpinous Moderator
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    Yeah, just some Roma fans. Must be a Roma thing.

    Come on
     
  3. Andreas

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    May 1, 2011
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    Best of luck to Daniele.
     
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  4. Big Bad Wolf

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    Dec 17, 2013
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    He lives
     
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  5. falvo

    falvo Member+

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  6. falvo

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    Good morning, everyone.

    On April 9th, 2001, on the 25th matchday of the championship in Fiorentina-Roma, Daniele De Rossi sat on the bench for the first time.

    On January 20th, 2024 he made his debut as coach in Roma-Verona.

    We all wish the "Mister" all the best on his new career like the one he had as a footballer.

    With love

    UNIONE TIFOSI ROMANISTI

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  7. falvo

    falvo Member+

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  8. falvo

    falvo Member+

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    #759 falvo, Feb 5, 2024
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2024
    ‘Se c’hai un core, tu me poi capì!’


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  9. falvo

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  10. Henchag

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    Aug 26, 2009
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    Not for me. This is the moment I am least demanding of a coach. For a couple of reasons. 1 We had a total winner in Mourinho fail, so Not much is expected from DDR.
    2 - We have been out of CL for like 5-6 years now.
    So this new manager doesn't have the pressure of delivering results or CL football, as midtable has become a norm for us.
     
  11. falvo

    falvo Member+

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  12. falvo

    falvo Member+

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    Era un gladiatore in campo, adesso lo è anche in panchina.

    Trascina tutti, tira fuori qualcosa da tutti, spesso è combattuto tra quella voglia da tifoso di esultare come faceva prima e la saggezza che adesso ha acquistato da allenatore.

    A fine partita però si è lasciato andare ed è andato sotto la sua Curva Sud a ringraziare i suoi tifosi. ”Devo trattenermi dal salire sui cancelli come facevo da giocatore”, ha detto a fine partita. Ma l’emozione era quella di sempre. [​IMG]

    #ASRoma #DeRossi


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  13. falvo

    falvo Member+

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  14. Indian_Gladiator

    Sep 4, 2014
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    Google translate is pathetic. Pls translate
     
  15. falvo

    falvo Member+

    Mar 27, 2005
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    We will be with and/or stay with Daniele until (we reach the Gates of) Hell!
     
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  16. falvo

    falvo Member+

    Mar 27, 2005
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  17. falvo

    falvo Member+

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    6 vittorie su 7.
    Una piazza conquistata prima da giocatore e ora da allenatore.
    Ma la cosa che colpisce di più di tutte è il tempo impiegato a prendersi la Roma: poco, pochissimo.
    Bravo.
    Bravo.
    Bravo


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  18. falvo

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    "But weren't they all crap (players)"?


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  19. whill4

    whill4 Moderator
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  20. Matrim

    Matrim Member+

    Feb 10, 2014
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    Check out with the three brainfarteers who shilled for Moronchi, Petrachi, Flopseca and Mourinho until it's old news how lame they were, at which point they'd switch and bate.

    The only question I have is - did betfair pay Big Bad Tool for his image right for this post.
     
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  21. falvo

    falvo Member+

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    “Molte cose cambiano nel tempo, molte cose, ma non tutte le cose.” “

    - Proximo: Conquista la folla, e conquisterai la libertà.

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  22. falvo

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  23. Iranian Monitor

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    #774 Iranian Monitor, Mar 17, 2024
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    I am cheering for DDR but I like to post what I said in another thread here too.

    I have been watching Roma games this season once Azmoun was signed by the club. The main differences between Roma under Mourinho and DDR have IMO been as follows:
    1. Svilar: Roma owe him for several of the points they have earned since starting in goal.
    2. Pellegrini: he is only 2nd to Svilar when it comes to the difference in points.
    3. Dybala: no one will question putting him on the list, but when fit, Dybala was pretty good under Mourinho as well. He is clearly Roma's best player.
    4. Better rotation (much better), more guts, much less (none) nagging about available player pool being poor and other sorts of deflection by DDR compared to Mourinho which has equaled to (=) better team spirit, more enjoyable atmosphere, comradery and confidence.
    Tactically, I give DDR credit for guts and openness to experiment but while I am generally no fan of Mourinho tactically or otherwise, the truth is I don't see the difference in results driven as much by tactics. A lot of what DDR has tried either haven't panned out (3 back formation) and some (e.g. starting both Lukako and Azmoun together) he has given up on IMHO too early after just one 45 minute half where it didn't seem to work (even though it might not have worked for other reasons instead).
     
  24. Rossonero23

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    Sep 9, 2010
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    Daniel is doing a hell of a job.
     
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