- Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma plan to build on their UEFA Europa Conference League title after summer bargains
- The Roma gaffer brought in a plethora of talent with Paulo Dybala, Gini Wijnadlum and Nemanja Matic
- And it seems the injection of the aforementioned trio has altered Mourinho’s coaching DNA with his side playing eye-pleasing football.
Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma appear to have found the right form ahead of the start of the 2022-23 Italian Serie A.
Mourinho, whose teams are synonymous with playing what has been labeled anti-football, is clearly charting a new course with his new Roma side.
Former Manchester United and Chelsea manager reinforced on his side with a number of key acquisitions headlined by Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala, UEFA Champions League winner Gini Wijnaldum and ex-Manchester United Nemanja Matic.
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The 59-year-old Portuguese tactician assembled a squad similar to his famous treble team in 2010, but this time around with an unusual penchant for ‘champagne football’.
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Mourinho’s Roma hit the right notes with their tingling presentations of the players but it’s on the pitch, the Giallorossi played aesthetic football.
In their final pre-season preseason match, Roma handed Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk a resounding defeat in their final pre-season game.
Roma served up a packed Stadio Olimpico with eye-catching football mixed with a slew of goals reminiscent of Barcelona’s best under Pep Guardiola.
In a video posted on Twitter, seen by sports briefsa well-worked goal from the attacking quartet of Lorenzo Pellegrini, Nicolo Zaniolo, Paulo Dybala and Tammy Abraham, saw Pellegrini finish first.
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Paulo Dybala was treated to a royal presentation in Rome
Earlier, sports briefs reported that Paulo Dybala was greeted like an emperor during his presentation to the fans of Serie A club AS Roma on Tuesday, July 26.
The 28-year-old Argentina international joined AS Roma on a free transfer after spending seven trophy-laden years with Juventus.
The marquee signing, who declined the iconic No.10 shirt out of respect for the legendary Francesco Totti, proved to be a huge hit among fans before making his official debut for the Giallorossi.