Bologna boss Stefano Pioli believes that his side’s performances are not reflected in their early season results.
The Rossoblu have failed to win any of their first four matches this term, and face Milan this Wednesday looking to overturn that poor form.
“I do not think our performances have been as bad as the results say,” he told a Press conference.
“Maybe it’s just a lack of concentration that’s put us where we are. Now we have to try and play the game in an even more intense way than before.
“I have sat down with the boys and gone through the current situation.
“Milan belong to a group of high-quality sides in this League and we certainly do not want another misstep against them.”
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