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1993–94 A.S. Roma season

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President  Franco Sensi
Stadium  Stadio Olimpico
Coppa Italia  Round of 16
Manager  Carlo Mazzone
Serie A  7th
Top goalscorer  League: Abel Balbo (12) All: Abel Balbo (12)

Associazione Sportiva Roma continued to trundle in the bigger clubs' wake, being unable to challenge for any trophies, and once again missing out on European football. New president Franco Sensi had won the battle to get the vacancy against Luciano Gaucci, who departed the club in a customary fit of rage. Sensi appointed Carlo Mazzone as coach, but the defensive-minded Mazzone did not have an easy baptism at Roma, the squad drawing 15 out of 34 matches in the league, which rendered missing out on Napoli's sixth place that guaranteed the UEFA Cup by a solitary point.



  • Fabrizio Lorieri
  • Giovanni Cervone
  • Andrea Pazzagli
  • Defenders

  • Aldair
  • Silvano Benedetti
  • Andrea Borsa
  • Amedeo Carboni
  • Antonio Comi
  • Gianluca Festa
  • Luigi Garzya
  • Gabriele Grossi
  • Marco Lanna
  • Midfielders

  • Daniele Berretta
  • Walter Bonacina
  • Giuseppe Giannini
  • Thomas Häßler
  • Siniša Mihajlović
  • Giovanni Piacentini
  • Alessio Scarchilli
  • Marco Caputi
  • Massimiliano Cappioli
  • Forwards

  • Abel Balbo
  • Claudio Caniggia
  • Roberto Muzzi
  • Ruggiero Rizzitelli
  • Francesco Totti
  • Walter Lapini
  • Overall

    Last updated: 1 May 1994

    Results summary

    Last updated: 1 May 1994.
    Source: Competitive matches

    Results by round

    Last updated: 1 May 1994.
    Source: Competitive matches
    Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.


  • Abel Balbo 12 (1)
  • Ruggiero Rizzitelli 4
  • Massimiliano Cappioli 4
  • References

    1993–94 A.S. Roma season Wikipedia