Jose Mourinho will hope to end Roma’s long wait for a European trophy by leading them to the inaugural Europa Conference League title on Wednesday night in Tirana, with Feyenoord as their opponents.
With the exception of an Anglo-Italian Cup success in the 1970s, I Giallorossi’s last continental trophy was the Intercity Fairs Cup in 1960/61 and since then they have been heartbroken in two finals.
It’s been over a decade since they won a trophy and helping them end the drought would clearly mean a lot to Mourinho – as the famous winner’s tears showed after their semi-final win over Leicester City.
Under the Portuguese boss, Roma are set to finish sixth in Serie A, but the season will be seen as a triumph if they can get their hands on the Europa Conference League trophy.
Their Dutch opponents last claimed European silver with a second UEFA Cup win in 2001/02 and have a European Cup triumph to their name, but that won’t leave them less motivated to succeed on Wednesday.
They finished third in the Eredivisie this season, behind winners Ajax and PSV Eindhoven, and beat Marseille in the semi-finals to book their place at Arena Kombëtare.
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When is Roma v Feyenoord?
Roma v Feyenoord will take place on Wednesday May 25 2022.
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What time is kick-off?
Roma v Feyenoord will kick off at 8pm.
What TV channel is Roma v Feyenoord on?
The match will be broadcast live on BT Sports 1 from 7:30 p.m.
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How to stream Roma v Feyenoord live online
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Roma v Feyenoord Team News
Roma predicted XI: Patrick; Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez; Karsdorp, Cristante, Oliveira, Zalewski; Pellegrini; Zaniolo, Abraham
Feyenoord predicted XI: Marciano; Geertruida, Trauner, Senesi, Malacia; Kökçü, Aursnes, Til; Nelson, Dessers, Sinisterra
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Roma v Feyenoord Odds
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Our prediction: Roma v Feyenoord
Both clubs will be desperate to be crowned the inaugural Europa Conference League winners and Wednesday’s final in Albania promises to be a fantastic occasion.
The wait for silverware has been long for Roma, but in Mourinho they now have a manager who has made a career out of winning trophies.
You wouldn’t bet against him ending the Italian club’s drought, especially with a goalscoring machine like Tammy Abraham in the lead.
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