Juan Alberto Schiaffino (Montevideo 28 July 1925 – Montevideo 13 November 2002) – A footballing colossus, one of the best players of all time. Juan Alberto Schiaffino played the last two seasons of his career at Roma, winning the 1961 Fairs Cup. He came to Roma ten years after the legendary 1950 World Cup final, which saw Uruguay break Brazilian hearts as they came from behind to win 2-1 with goals from Schiaffino and another future Roma star, the irrepressible Alcides Ghiggia.
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
Giancarlo De Sisti A creative and technically gifted deep-lying playmaking midfielder, who is regarded as one of Italy's and Roma's greatest ever playmakers, De Sisti was known for his simple yet efficient style of play; this involved him constantly looking for spaces, playing many short and accurate passes on the ground, and taking very few touches of the ball, in order to retain possession, reduce the chance of errors, and set his team's temp