Roma will celebrate their 100th game under American ownership when they take on Milan at San Siro on Monday.
The club went into foreign hands two years ago when Thomas Di Benedetto became President, before he was succeeded by current chief James Pallotta.
Roma’s first game under the US consortium saw them lose 1-0 to Slovan Bratislava in the Europa League in August 2011.
That side was bossed by Luis Enrique, a man who was replaced by Zdenek Zeman after he quit a season later. Aurelio Andreazzoli was then handed the reins, before Rudi Garcia was hired this summer.
Roma have won 49 games, drawn 21 and lost 29 since the takeover.
The club are hoping captain Francesco Totti will be back in action after spending the last few months on the sidelines with injury.
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