BOLOGNA NEWS

Bologna must do without Alessandro Diamanti and Diego Perez against Palermo tomorrow, as they have not recovered from injury.
Bologna could be without star player Alessandro Diamanti for Sunday’s game with Palermo after he pulled up with an injury in training.
Stefano Pioli admits Bologna were "naive fools," while Rolando Bianchi reiterated his love for Torino.
Bologna thought they had fought back to beat Torino, but Rolando Bianchi snatched a 2-2 draw with the last kick of the game.
Bologna and Torino are fallen giants, but go head-to-head this evening to secure their Serie A status with Alessandro Diamanti against Alessio Cerci.
Bologna welcome Torino this evening and Stefano Pioli is looking beyond mere safety. “We’ve got to raise the bar.”
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura wants his team to learn from the 5-3 loss to Napoli last weekend as they prepare to face Bologna on Saturday.
Bologna director general Roberto Zanzi is delighted to have convinced boss Stefano Pioli to sign a new contract at the club.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini believes that the club's next two games could decide whether or not they stay in Serie A.
Daniele Paponi has left Bologna in a bid to win a contract with MLS side Montreal Impact.
Udinese midfielder Allan has admitted his disappointment after the Zebrette's 0-0 draw with Bologna on Saturday.
Francesco Guidolin can't believe Udinese failed to win, while Stefano Pioli clings to the point.
Roma were pummelled in Palermo and Fiorentina fell in Cagliari, while Lazio completed a great comeback, the Genoa-Siena relegation dogfight was all square and Amauri scored a peach of a goal.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti could be of interest to Juventus.
Bad news for Bologna, who will be without midfielder Diego Perez for three weeks after he damaged knee ligaments on international duty.
In-demand Bologna tactician Stefano Pioli has signed a new contract with the Stadio Dall’Ara outfit.
As Sampdoria-Inter is to be played on April 3, so the Nerazzurri’s game with Atalanta and Bologna-Torino have also been moved.
Antonio Conte was so dismayed by the controversy in Bologna that the Juventus Coach warned “it makes me want to leave Italy. This is sport, not war.”
Antonio Conte can’t quite believe how much Juventus are “flying” towards the Scudetto and explained his celebrations at the Dall’Ara.
Stefano Pioli criticised Antonio Conte for an “exaggerated” celebration after Juventus won 2-0 in Bologna.