THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

15 February ~ Reigning champions Juventus visit Roma tomorrow with a five point lead at the top of Serie A, while their hosts are struggling in mid-table and recently sacked manager Zdenek Zeman. Roma last won the title back in 2001 under the stewardship of Fabio Capello, the former England boss having played for and managed both of these sides with distinction. Here he is during his playing time at Juve, where he won three titles in the early 1970s.

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