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On the day we reveal our new away shirt for the 2016-17, which sees the return of the famous ‘Lupetto’ badge for the first time since 2012, we look back at other famous Roma kits that have included this iconic emblem

On the day we reveal our new away shirt for the 2016-17, which sees the return of the famous ‘Lupetto’ badge for the first time since 2012, we look back at other famous Roma kits that have included this iconic emblem

Giancarlo De Sisti A creative and technically gifted deep-lying playmaking midfielder, who is regarded as one of Italy's and Roma's greatest ever playmakers, De Sisti was known for his simple yet efficient style of play; this involved him constantly looking for spaces, playing many short and accurate passes on the ground, and taking very few touches of the ball, in order to retain possession, reduce the chance of errors, and set his team's temp

Giancarlo De Sisti A creative and technically gifted deep-lying playmaking midfielder, who is regarded as one of Italy's and Roma's greatest ever playmakers, De Sisti was known for his simple yet efficient style of play; this involved him constantly looking for spaces, playing many short and accurate passes on the ground, and taking very few touches of the ball, in order to retain possession, reduce the chance of errors, and set his team's temp

Alessandro Florenzi - AS Roma

Alessandro Florenzi - AS Roma

Vincent Candela (Bedarieux, 24 October 1973) – Although his arrival with met with scepticism, coming off the chaotic 1996/97 season, Candela quickly rose up the pecking order of Roma fans’ most-loved players.He began to dazzle under the stewardship of Zdenek Zeman. He was good going forward with quick feet, able to get to the by-line, exchange passes with team-mates, or drift inside looking for one-twos or a shooting opportunity. then under Capello as he became a devastating wing-back

Vincent Candela (Bedarieux, 24 October 1973) – Although his arrival with met with scepticism, coming off the chaotic 1996/97 season, Candela quickly rose up the pecking order of Roma fans’ most-loved players.He began to dazzle under the stewardship of Zdenek Zeman. He was good going forward with quick feet, able to get to the by-line, exchange passes with team-mates, or drift inside looking for one-twos or a shooting opportunity. then under Capello as he became a devastating wing-back

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