AS Roma wrapped up a third successive Serie A title in 2026, confirming their domination of Italy. Now, with the FM23 Beta period coming to a close, we decide to go all-out attack in a bid to get the best out of wonderkid Endrick.
AS Roma came into 2026 narrowly trailing AC Milan in their bid to wrap up three Serie A titles in a row. But a string of dubious performances meant a bit of squad building was required in the January transfer window.
Legendary striker Cristiano Ronaldo retired in style in the summer of 2025 but didn't leave the club, staying on as under 20s assistant manager. His retirement left AS Roma with an exciting, youthful squad as they looked to defend the Serie A title for the second time.
At the ripe old age of 39, Cristiano Ronaldo was still terrorising Serie A defences, including a clinical hat-trick against his former club Juventus. But as 2024 was drawing to a close, the striker announced his intention to retire from playing football at the end of the season.
AS Roma took Serie A by storm in 2023/24, romping to the Italian title by smashing club records left, right and centre. The challenge now was to further strengthen key areas of a team that was packed with exciting talent.
AS Roma came into 2024 sitting pretty at the top of Serie A but with lots of games remaining due to a strangely lop-sided season in Italy. And, despite dropping points in three games, they only had a narrow lead at the top.
Seventy years ago, 38-year-old fledgling Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró departed his hometown Medellín to begin his quest to become a Football Manager. Most the kids he grew up with on the streets scoffed and mocked, but Robinho Lazaró very much had the last laugh.
AS Roma secured Champions League football on the final day of the 2022/23 campaign, but had plenty of work to do in the summer if their threadbare squad was to close the gap on runaway leaders AC Milan.
José Mourinho may consider himself "the special one" but there was no doubting that Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró was "the great one."