It was yet another season of chaos, both on and off the field, as Martin Mork analyses an ever-changing Roma landscape.
Roma started the season on a positive note, lost their way, found it again and ended with the arrival of new owner Dan Friedkin. It’s rarely dull reporting on the Giallorossi and this was a typically chaotic campaign, both on and especially off the field.
They made big changes for the 2019-20 campaign with Portuguese coach Paulo Fonseca promising attacking and entertaining football in his debut Serie A experience. It was to prove the end of an era for so many reasons, as after Francesco Totti, then Daniele De Rossi was pushed out to end his career in Argentina with Boca Juniors and a frustrated Alessandro Florenzi joined Valencia on loan in January. When he saw Davide Santon and Leonardo Spinazzola preferred at right-back, his departure became inevitable.
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