Morgan De Sanctis

AS Roma #26 - Goalkeeper

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Roma comfortably see off Chievo

Roma were barely tested as they saw off Chievo 2-0 at the Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.

Gervinho's Revenge

For a guy who often does a lot while accomplishing little, Gervinho came through in a big way when it mattered.

Roma's Record First Half & Other Headlines

We'll put the wraps on the weekend by taking a quick trip through Monday's headlines, highlighted by a records setting first half and some more hardware for CR7.

Morgan De Sanctis swaps Napoli for Roma

After Napoli signed two younger goalkeepers, veteran Morgan De Sanctis has joined Roma on a two-year deal.

Morgan Joins The Roman Goalkeeping Pu Pu Platter

Morgan De Sanctis has landed in Rome for his medical. Woo.

Roma Rumor...Rafting?

With the mega millions deals for Marquinhos and Kevin Strootman signed, sealed and delivered, the heavy lifting of Roma's summer mercato appears done. So how will Walter Sabatini round out Rudi Garcia's squad?

Walter Sabatini's Night Moves: Maicon Lands

The deals are coming fast and furious as Walter attempts to give Rudi Garcia a full squad sometime before August 31st at midnight. The man has learned.

Gossip: Sunderland Exploring Goalkeeper Swap Deal?

It is Sunday, and that means it's time to once again check in with the weekly Sunderland gossip.

Fiorentina's "What Ifs" Part 1

Those games that might have been a point or three lost, or maybe could have swung the other way.

All or nothing for Siena

Siena must be perfect -- and Genoa can't collect even a point -- over the next two rounds in order to avoid relegation. Fortunately for the robur, Napoli clinched second place midweek and no longer have anything to play for.

Late games recap: Bad day for two German sides

Liverpool miracle comeback comes up one goal short, Chelsea are saved in stoppage time and two German side are knocked out. Steaua Bucuresti rallied to force extra time against Ajax while Napoli went down without a fight against Plzen.

Inter go second with win against Partenopei.

Fredy Guarin and Diego Milito fired Inter Milan to a 2-1 win against Napoli, who saw Edinson Cavani notch yet again in the losing effort.

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