The Giallorossi were a team with a long and illustrious history but have recently undergone a significant change.
After an unimpressive first season in Serie A, Roma have now achieved a significant turnaround in the past three seasons.
In fact, they are now the second best team in Serie B, just behind Inter.
While the former side is far from being an unstoppable force, they have also shown significant improvement, and in particular have shown the ability to adapt to a new era.
It is no secret that they have been a long-term project that has only come to fruition after a long period of hard work and investment.
As the team that started the transformation in Serie D, they were only ever meant to succeed with the current squad.
That has changed however, and the Giallordas success has come at the expense of the old one.
They have been forced to make drastic changes, from the coaching to the players to the team’s identity, which has all been put on hold.
In short, they can now play in the same style as their predecessors but they are no longer the same team that won the Scudetto in 2010.
That said, they still have a lot of talent and have the potential to be a major force in Serie E. That is not to say that they are not a force in the league but they no longer have the same type of star quality that made them so successful in the first place.