José Mourinho’s Roma have collected 19 points after 12 Serie A games this campaign, five points fewer than Paulo Fonseca last term.
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During the summer, Mourinho replaced his compatriot on the Roma bench, signing a three-year deal with the Serie A giants. He had a great start to the season and managed six wins from seven games, but things deteriorated since the derby clash they lost against Lazio in September.
Although, the Stadio Olimpico side have slightly improved their defensive record under the Special One. So far this season, the Giallorossi have conceded 15 goals in 12 matches, while Paulo Fonseca’s team had conceded 17 in 2020-21.
However, Roma have now lost five Serie A games, two more than Paulo Fonseca last term. One year ago, the former Roma boss had only lost three games out of 12 and had collected 24 points.
It’s worth noticing that Roma lost one of those three games by default after Amadou Diawara was included by mistake in the Under-22 list. The game had ended 0-0.
In sum, Fonseca had won seven games from 12 a year ago, against Mourinho’s six. Fonseca’s Roma had also scored 27 goals, six more than this term.