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Francesco Rocca (San Vito Romano, 2 August 1954) – It is difficult to mention Rocca without wondering 'What if?'. But history provides perspective and helps to ease the huge sense of lasting regret for a career that was blighted by injuries. It seems right to describe Rocca not as what he might have become but what he actually was. One of the early exponents of the modern FB role, an original member of the team that went on to lift the 1983 Scudetto and a veritable idol for the Giallorossi


Toninho Cerezo (Belo Horizonte, 21 April 1955) – It takes very little for real stars to shine, even in a star-studded team like AS Roma. Toninho Cerezo was such a player. In just three seasons he made the Roma jersey his own and won a special place in the hearts of the fans.


Sebastiano Nela (Rapallo, 13 March 1961) – Officially he’s Sebastiano Nela. To Roma fans – who like to shorten names – he’s ‘Sebino’. Or, more appropriately, ‘Hulk’. Roma bought him from Genoa in 1981 and put him on the right flank, where he immediately became a key player thanks to his pace and power. A huge character on the pitch, he was a real warrior, becoming an indispensable member of the Roma side of the glorious 1980s.

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Franco Tancredi (Giulianova, 10 January 1955) – Thirteen years as a Roma goalkeeper with a Scudetto in 1983, four Coppa Italia victories and 288 league appearances, including 258 consecutive ones between 1980 and 1989. Franco Tancredi etched his name in Giallorossi history with his modern approach to goalkeeping, beginning with Roma in the 1978/79 season.

Christian Panucci (Savona, 12 April 1973) – Christian Panucci arrived at Roma when the city was still celebrating the 2001 Scudetto, and began to wear the yellow and red shirt as prestigious back-up for Fabio Capello's team. The coach from Friuli, in preparation for a Champions League run, had decided to reinforce his Scudetto-winning team with a player of international experience and Panucci fitted the bill perfectly.