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Starting lineup - published: 11.03.18

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Mattia PERIN Latina

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GK Mirko PIGLIACELLI Rome

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DC Andrea RANOCCHIA Assisi

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DC Angelo OGBONNA Cassino

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DC Filippo ROMAGNA Fano

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DC Leandro BONUCCI Viterbo

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DRC Luca CEPPITELLI Castiglione del Lago

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DLC Alessio ROMAGNOLI Anzio

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DRL Alessandro CRESCENZI Marino

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DRL Lorenzo DE SILVESTRI Rome

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DR/MR Davide ZAPPACOSTA Sora

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DMC/DC Daniele DE ROSSI Rome

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MC Alessandro MURGIA Rome

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MC Andrea BERTOLACCI Rome

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MC Danilo CATALDI Rome

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MC Lorenzo PELLEGRINI Rome

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MC Stefano SENSI Urbino

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MC Valerio VERRE Rome

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MRC/DR Alessandro FLORENZI Rome

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ML/DL Leonardo SPINAZZOLA Foligno

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AMRLC Giacomo BONAVENTURA San Severino Marche

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AMRLC Ricardo ORSOLINI Ascoli Piceno

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AMRL Amato CICIRETTI Rome

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AMRL Antonio CANDREVA Rome

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AMRL Federico RICCI Rome

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AMRL/SS Matteo POLITANO Rome

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FRLC Alessio CERCI Velletri

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FRLC Diego FALCINELLI Marsciano

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FRLC Gianluca CAPRARI Rome

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FC Federico MELCHIORRI Treia

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FC Mattia DESTRO Ascoli Piceno

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FC Stefano OKAKA Castiglione del Lago

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FC/SS Simone PALOMBI Tivoli

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(Today part of: regions Lazio, Umbria and Marche in Italiy)

In the conflicts with the emperors, sometimes it would exist only theoretically, but with the emergence of numerous Christian heretic movements (Gre. hairesis – “choice”) in the first half of the 13th century it had completely disappeared at times. The Cathars, who were especially widespread, managed to form a parallel Church, with its own bishops, territorial organization, and Councils, and as such it rivaled the one in Rome. Aware of the denial of their ideological roles, the pope and the Church took a hard line, establishing the Inquisition – the Church Court – with the exclusive role of eradicating the beliefs and rites that opposed faith and the discipline of the Catholic Church. With the goal of a “true spreading of the faith” the Inquisitors killed, tortured, imprisoned and persecuted the heretics, but “witches,” Jews, and scholars as well, banning their teachings if their views questioned the validity of the Bible’s outlook on the world.

In mid-13th century its territorial expansion turned towards the central parts of the Peninsula and the Adriatic coast. Rome was controlled by powerful houses and feudal parties whose troupes ruled the city streets at their own will, and more than once forced the pope to leave the city. Consequently, for example, the pope spent almost the whole of the 14th century in Avignon in Provence, where he fell under the influence of French kings, leading to double elections of the popes.  

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