Francesco Totti

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Fabio Capello

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Fulvio Bernardini (Rome, 1 January 1906 – 13 January 1984) – One of the best players in the history of AS Roma. One of the most important figures in Italian football, a player, coach, scout, pundit and sportsman in general. Fulvio Bernardini was the archetypal deep-lying midfielder in the metodo (WW) formation, and advocate of the sistema (WM) formation and good football over the course of his coaching career. He was the undisputed leader during his 11 seasons with the Giallorossi.

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Attilio Ferraris IV (Rome, 26 March 1904 – Montecatini, 8 May 1947) – On 25 September 1927, at the Motovelodromo Appio, AS Roma played their first competitive match in the national league championship: the captain of that legendary XI was Attilio Ferraris. This versatile half-back was a great favourite with the Giallorossi fans and had already won a place in the Italy team in 1926 with Fortitudo. He was the first Roman to be selected to play for Italy but not the first to play for the…

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Carlo Ancelotti

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Amedeo Amadei (Frascati, 26 July 1921) – A legend, but much more than that. Amedeo Amadei, if possible, represents a distinctive trait in the Roma identity. Statistics tell of eleven seasons in the capital, 100 goals plus a further 16 in the wartime championships, 234 official total appearances, one Scudetto and two records.

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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.

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AS Roma 1988

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AS Roma 1942

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