Eusebio Di Francesco sacked Roma manager after his side's Champions League exit

Florence Fletcher
March 8, 2019

A semifinalist one season ago, Eusebio Di Francesco will reportedly be fired by i Lupi after coughing up a 2-1 first leg lead in Portugal on Thursday.

The result puts Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco's future in doubt with the club outside the top four in Serie A and no longer in contention for any European or cup titles, having suffered a derby defeat to Lazio last time out. He also brought them to the semi-finals of the Champions League after a memorable win over Barcelona, in which they overturned a three-goal first-leg deficit.

In extra-time, Dzeko wasted a succession of chances to score the goal that would likely have taken Roma through.

Roma is taking a "What have you done for me lately?" approach to its managerial position after losing to Porto in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16.

Ranieri was sacked by Fulham last month as the Premier League outfit labors in the relegation zone, and served in the same position at Nantes after leading Leicester City to its fantastic PL title. "I apologise to all the fans especially those who were at the airport at that time".

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Porto converted a penalty awarded following a VAR review three minutes from the end of extra time to beat AS Roma 3-1 and reach the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday (March 6).

Shortly afterwards, AS Roma forward Patrik Schick went down under a challenge from Moussa Marega in the FC Porto area.

Blues owner Roman Abramovich is set on Champions League qualification next season and that continues to remain in the balance.

"Patrik Schick was clearly clipped in the box, VAR shows it, and nothing is given".

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