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Cafu - Marcos Evangelista de Moraes  (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 7 June 1970) – Cafu was fundamental in the 2001 Scudetto, winning over the fans on account of his incredible skills as an attacking full-back, which over the years also enabled him to play on the outside of midfield. In Zeman's first Roma experience, between 1997-99 the winger was lightning-fast, had imagination, class and was tremendously athletic  along the right touchline. This earned him the nickname ‘Pendolino’ or 'Express train'.

Cafu - Marcos Evangelista de Moraes (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 7 June 1970) – Cafu was fundamental in the 2001 Scudetto, winning over the fans on account of his incredible skills as an attacking full-back, which over the years also enabled him to play on the outside of midfield. In Zeman's first Roma experience, between 1997-99 the winger was lightning-fast, had imagination, class and was tremendously athletic along the right touchline. This earned him the nickname ‘Pendolino’ or 'Express train'.

Rudi Völler (Hanau, West Germany, 13 April 1960) – “Vola, tedesco vola!” Rudi Völler. A brave and unselfish leader. From an unknown and questionable signing to a real Roma legend.

Rudi Völler (Hanau, West Germany, 13 April 1960) – “Vola, tedesco vola!” Rudi Völler. A brave and unselfish leader. From an unknown and questionable signing to a real Roma legend.

Vincent Candela (Bedarieux, 24 October 1973) – Although his arrival with met with scepticism, coming off the chaotic 1996/97 season, Candela quickly rose up the pecking order of Roma fans’ most-loved players.He began to dazzle under the stewardship of Zdenek Zeman. He was good going forward with quick feet, able to get to the by-line, exchange passes with team-mates, or drift inside looking for one-twos or a shooting opportunity. then under Capello as he became a devastating wing-back

Vincent Candela (Bedarieux, 24 October 1973) – Although his arrival with met with scepticism, coming off the chaotic 1996/97 season, Candela quickly rose up the pecking order of Roma fans’ most-loved players.He began to dazzle under the stewardship of Zdenek Zeman. He was good going forward with quick feet, able to get to the by-line, exchange passes with team-mates, or drift inside looking for one-twos or a shooting opportunity. then under Capello as he became a devastating wing-back

Aldair Nascimento do Santos (Ilheus, Brazil, 30 November 1965) – Aldair was a real favourite with the fans. He was a man of few words, a professional and a great champion. He was also the only Roma player to receive the honour of having his shirt number (the number 6) withdrawn. He played 15 matches in the Scudetto-winning season and then crowned his thirteen years at the club with his testimonial evening. A visibly moved “Pluto”, said farewell to a jam-packed, emotional Stadio Olimpico.

Aldair Nascimento do Santos (Ilheus, Brazil, 30 November 1965) – Aldair was a real favourite with the fans. He was a man of few words, a professional and a great champion. He was also the only Roma player to receive the honour of having his shirt number (the number 6) withdrawn. He played 15 matches in the Scudetto-winning season and then crowned his thirteen years at the club with his testimonial evening. A visibly moved “Pluto”, said farewell to a jam-packed, emotional Stadio Olimpico.

Pietro Vierchowod (Calcinate, 6 April 1959) – One season and 43 matches were all he played in yellow and red, but he was to leave an indelible mark on the history of Roma and the memories of the Giallorossi fans. Pietro Vierchowod – known to everyone (as it was easier to pronounce) as ‘Lo Zar’ (the Czar) – wore the Magica shirt for the 1982/83 season, when Roma won back the Scudetto 41 years after their victory in black and white under coach Alfred Schaffer.

Pietro Vierchowod (Calcinate, 6 April 1959) – One season and 43 matches were all he played in yellow and red, but he was to leave an indelible mark on the history of Roma and the memories of the Giallorossi fans. Pietro Vierchowod – known to everyone (as it was easier to pronounce) as ‘Lo Zar’ (the Czar) – wore the Magica shirt for the 1982/83 season, when Roma won back the Scudetto 41 years after their victory in black and white under coach Alfred Schaffer.

Giuseppe Giannini (Rome, 20 August 1964) – Too young to contribute to the 1983 Scudetto-winning team, too old by the time the Giallorossi next triumphed in the league, in 2001. Giuseppe Giannini makes for an unusual story. A born talent, he wore the 10 shirt on his back and in his heart, along with the captain’s armband. He was loved and yet went through tough times. He was adored yet questioned. When he did have his ability called into question, he was able to react with class and character

Giuseppe Giannini (Rome, 20 August 1964) – Too young to contribute to the 1983 Scudetto-winning team, too old by the time the Giallorossi next triumphed in the league, in 2001. Giuseppe Giannini makes for an unusual story. A born talent, he wore the 10 shirt on his back and in his heart, along with the captain’s armband. He was loved and yet went through tough times. He was adored yet questioned. When he did have his ability called into question, he was able to react with class and character

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