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Europa League, at 6.45pm Feyenoord-Roma: the endless challenge

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Europa League, at 6.45pm Feyenoord-Roma: the endless challenge

Third meeting in the last three seasons between Roma and Feyenoord in Europe. Daniele De Rossi’s Giallorossi take the field at the “De Kuip” stadium in Rotterdam, in a match valid for the first leg of the 2023-24 Europa League playoffs. The return match will be played at the Olimpico on Thursday 22 February at 9pm. Roma forced to play the playoffs after finishing in second place in Group G of the Europa League behind Slavia Prague. Feyenoord, on the other hand, was relegated and fell from the Champions League to the second European cup, placing third in Lazio’s group, behind the Biancocelesti and Atletico Madrid.

Password: forget the misstep against Inter. Starting from what we showed in the first half against the Nerazzurri. Daniele De Rossi, Roma coach, making his European debut on the Giallorossi bench, he is called upon to replicate the good things done in the championship: “I’m happy to make my debut in Europe, it wasn’t very foreseeable until some time ago. February 14th is my daughter’s birthday and last year at this time I was sacked. So I’m I’m grateful for this and I want to take advantage of it. I have studied Feyenoord carefully. They are a team that knows how to play football, with quality wingers. I have great respect for how they play and for their players. I think it will be a great challenge”.

Against the Dutch it will be yet another act of a European challengewhich sees the two teams face each other for the third time in as many years: the outcome clearly smiles on the Giallorossi, winners both in the quarter-finals of 2023, again in the Europa League, and in Tirana in 2022, when they raised the Conference League to the skies.

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Probable lineups

ROMA: Svilar; Karsdorp, Mancini, Llorente, Spinazzola; Bove, Paredes, Pellegrini; Dybala, Lukaku, El Shaarawy.

FEYENOORD: Wellenereuther; Geertruida, Beelen, Hancko, Hartman; Wieffer, Zerrouki; Minteh, Stengs, Paixao; Ueda

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