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A.S. Roma 1992–93 season Manager Vujadin Boškov Serie A 10th UEFA Cup Quarter Finals Coppa Italia Final Top goalscorer Giuseppe Giannini (9) ← 1991–92 1993-94 → A.S. Roma lost its position as the dominant team in Rome, due to a mediocre season. New manager Vujadin Boškov had led Sampdoria to a domestic league title and European Cup final, but his only season in the capital was hampered by too many draws and struggles to be able to outplay the opposition. The end result was a tenth place, just three points clear of the drop zone, and Boškov left his job following the end of the season, when Roma also lost the Coppa Italia final to Torino. Contents 1 Squad 1.1 Goalkeepers 1.2 Defenders 1.3 Midfielders 1.4 Attackers 2 Serie A 2.1 Matches 2.2 Top Scorers 3 Sources Squad Goalkeepers Giovanni Cervone Patrizio Fimiani Giuseppe Zinetti Defenders Aldair Silvano Benedetti Antonio Comi Luigi Garzya Fabio Petruzzi Dario Rossi Midfielders Walter Bonacina Amedeo Carboni Giuseppe Giannini Thomas Häßler Siniša Mihajlović Giovanni Piacentini Fausto Salsano Antonio Tempestilli Marco Caputi Attackers Claudio Caniggia Andrea Carnevale Roberto Muzzi Ruggiero Rizzitelli Francesco Totti Serie A Matches 1 Roma 0–1 Pescara   Nobile  70' 2 Genoa 0–0 Roma   3 Roma 3–1 Foggia   Caniggia  16' Giannini  20, 59' De Vincenzo  75' 4 Juventus 1–1 Roma   Möller  16' Aldair  19' 5 Cagliari 1–0 Roma   Pusceddu  48' 6 Roma 4–1 Inter   Benedetti  39' Häßler  46' Giannini  51' Rizzitelli  65' 7 Napoli 2–1 Roma   Fonseca  45' Careca  46' Benedetti  57' 8 Roma 2–3 Brescia   Carnevale  41' Benedetti  59' Benedetti  10' (o.g.) Saurini  14, 33' 9 Fiorentina 2–1 Roma   Iachini  30' Orlando  34' Caniggia  70' 10 Roma 2–1 Ancona   Comi  67' Carnevale  90 + 1' Lupo  9' 11 Lazio 1–1 Roma   Gascoigne  86' Giannini  47' 12 Roma 1–0 Parma   Rizzitelli  89' 13 Torino 0–0 Roma   14 Roma 0–1 Milan   Gullit  30' 15 Atalanta 3–1 Roma   Mihajlović  29' (o.g.) Porrini  64' Bordin  89' Giannini  54' 16 Roma 0–0 Sampdoria   17 Udinese 1–2 Roma   Rizzitelli  26' (o.g.) Rizzitelli  19, 31' 18 Pescara 1–1 Roma   Allegri  84' (pen.) Carnevale  47' 19 Roma 3–0 Genoa   Carnevale  28, 78' Häßler  61' 20 Foggia 0–0 Roma   21 Roma 2–1 Juventus   Giannini  56' Häßler  71' R. Baggio  28' 22 Roma 1–1 Cagliari   Giannini  27' Cappioli  57' 23 Inter 1–1 Roma   Battistini  44' Caniggia  66' 24 Roma 1–1 Napoli   Häßler  58' Fonseca  74' 25 Brescia 0–2 Roma   Caniggia  23' Mihajlović  29' 26 Roma 1–1 Fiorentina   Rizzitelli  6' B. Laudrup  12' 27 Ancona 1–1 Roma   Lupo  62' Giannini  50' (pen.) 28 Roma 0–0 Lazio   29 Parma 3–1 Roma   Osio  4, 76' Pizzi  14' (pen.) Aldair  73' 30 Roma 4–5 Torino   Carnevale  23' Muzzi  29' Häßler  57' (pen.) Comi  83' Aguilera  16, 44, 58' Silenzi  56' Scifo  87' (pen.) 31 Milan 0–0 Roma   32 Roma 2–2 Atalanta   Giannini  19' Rizzitelli  90' Alemão  33' Perrone  45' 33 Sampdoria 2–2 Roma   Invernizzi  43' Mancini  89' (pen.) Carnevale  75' Rizzitelli  77' 34 Roma 1–1 Udinese   Häßler  49' (pen.) Desideri  80' Top Scorers Giuseppe Giannini 9 (1) Andrea Carnevale 7 Ruggiero Rizzitelli 7 Thomas Häßler 6 (1) Claudio Caniggia 4 Sources | RSSSF - Italy 1992/93 v · d · eAssociazione Sportiva Roma seasons 1927-28  · 1928–29  · 1929–30  · 1930–31  · 1931–32  · 1932–33  · 1933–34  · 1934–35  · 1935–36  · 1936–37  · 1937–38  · 1938–39  · 1939–40  · 1940–41  · 1941–42  · 1942–43  · 1944  · 1945–46  · 1946–47  · 1947–48  · 1948–49  · 1949–50  · 1950–51  · 1951–52  · 1952–53  · 1953–54  · 1954–55  · 1955–56  · 1956–57  · 1957–58  · 1958–59  · 1959–60  · 1960–61  · 1961–62  · 1962–63  · 1963–64  · 1964–65  · 1965–66  · 1966–67  · 1967–68  · 1968–69  · 1969–70  · 1970–71  · 1971–72  · 1972–73  · 1973–74  · 1974–75  · 1975–76  · 1976–77  · 1977–78  · 1978–79  · 1979–80  · 1980–81  · 1981–82  · 1982–83  · 1983–84  · 1984–85  · 1985–86  · 1986–87  · 1987–88  · 1988–89  · 1989–90  · 1990–91  · 1991–92  · 1992–93  · 1993–94  · 1994–95  · 1995–96  · 1996–97  · 1997–98  · 1998–99  · 1999–00  · 2000–01  · 2001–02  · 2002–03  · 2003–04  · 2004–05  · 2005–06  · 2006–07  · 2007–08  · 2008–09  · 2009–10 · 2010–11 v · d · e1992-93 in Serie A Ancona • Atalanta • Brescia • Cagliari • Fiorentina • Foggia • Genoa • Inter • Juventus • Lazio • Milan • Napoli • Parma • Pescara • Roma • Sampdoria • Torino • Udinese