BOLOGNA NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni is confident Inter can put the Tottenham humiliation behind them against Bologna and insists Antonio Cassano is not overweight.
Manolo Gabbiadini says he’s undoubtedly improved as a player thanks to the opportunity given to him by Bologna this season.
Bologna’s Saphir Taider has been called up to the Algerian national squad for their World Cup qualifier against Benin.
Bologna won’t consider the future of Alessandro Diamanti until they have confirmed their Serie A status.
The whispers linking Inter with a summer move for Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti are getting louder.
Stefano Pioli thanked the Bologna fans, while Ivo Pulga admitted Cagliari deserved defeat.
Fiorentina scraped victory over Chievo, Antonio Di Natale ended his goal drought, while Bologna scored three cracking goals.
Stefano Pioli celebrated victory over Fiorentina, but warned Bologna are still mired in the fight to avoid relegation.
Vincenzo Montella admits to feeling “very bitter” at Fiorentina’s defeat, as they threw away a lead and wasted chances to lose 2-1 in Bologna.
Bologna completed a fantastic comeback to beat Fiorentina 2-1 with debutant Lazaros Christodoulopoulos.
Alberto Gilardino takes on his former teammates as Fiorentina visit Bologna in a game that was snowed off on Sunday.
It is now official that Bologna-Fiorentina has been moved to Tuesday evening after heavy snowfall hit the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Vincenzo Montella is afraid the 4-1 demolition of Inter will lead Fiorentina to “get too euphoric” ahead of their trip to Bologna.
There continue to be doubts over whether Sunday’s Bologna-Fiorentina Serie A match will go ahead, as heavy snowfall hits the Dall’Ara.
There are concerns over whether Bologna’s game with Fiorentina will go ahead after it started to snow on Thursday.
A variety of reports in Italy on Thursday are suggesting that Inter will ponder a summer move for Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti.
Rolando Maran is proud that Catania can now dream of Europe, while Stefano Pioli rues a bad Bologna start.
Catania continue to soar, Genoa made Udinese pay for poor finishing, while Torino and Cagliari won relegation dogfights.
Catania are flying high and potentially in the race for Europe, but Rolando Maran warns they need to “be realistic” when facing Bologna.
Bologna defender Archimede Morleo has admitted that he dreams of playing for the Italian national team.