Francesco Totti, AS Roma's 40-year-old stalwart, walked onto the Stadio Olimpico's turf as a player for the last time in his side's 3-2 win against Genoa yesterday. Named in the FIFA 100 -- a list of the greatest living footballers compiled by the legendary Pele himself -- and with a World Cup winner's medal to his name, Totti leaves with just one Scudetto, which he said was worth more than if he had won multiple titles at Real Madrid. Roma had special shirts made for yesterday's occasion, with a 'Totti 10' logo on the sleeves and a message that is translated to 'one team for a lifetime'. An architect of jaw-dropping goals, Gianluigi Buffon remarked a few days ago: "He [Totti] scored a lot of goals against me. Some were so beautiful that I'd have been ruining a masterpiece if I saved them." The King of Rome will now adjourn to the backroom, working alongside sporting director Ramon Rodriguez Verdejo, more commonly known as Monchi, to continue the work which began with his debut 25 years ago.