Moving to a more offensive approach had worked nicely for AS Roma as we moved into 2027 still unbeaten in Serie A. But we began the new year with a seriously tricky run of games.
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.
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.
A couple of months off thanks to the Winter World Cup saw AS Roma's players return looking to consolidate their place in the Champions League qualification places.
Our time at AS Roma on Football Manager 23 began in a strange fashion, playing lots of away matches, banging loads of goals, getting a lot of injuries, not spending any money, but also losing two of our first five league games.
We're headed to the Italian capital to take on one of the city's big two. And the Special One, José Mourinho, finds himself The Unemployed One as we take his position at AS Roma.
Robinho Lazaró and his AC Milan players celebrated an unprecedented double-treble in the summer of 2060 - defending their Italian Supercup, Serie A and Champions League titles.