Totti made his Roma debut in 1993, the same year that Bill Clinton became the 42nd president of the United States of America.
The fact the US is now on its 45th commander in chief and that Totti is still going strong at the grand age of 40, is testament to the player’s unwavering loyalty to his hometown club.
And in recognition of his services, Roma have uploaded this video, showing just how the world has evolved while Totti has worn the yellow and red.
He’s witnessed the creation of the DVD, the Sopranos debuting on TV, the euro becoming a certified currency and Rodger Federer winning his first ever Grand Slam:
Totti has reportedly been offered a six year deal to move upstairs at the Stadio Olimpico.
However, the striker is yet to announce if he will retire from playing at the end of the season, so for the moment at least, it remains unclear what the future holds for one of the game’s legends.