BOLOGNA NEWS

Vincenzo Montella is reportedly ready to deploy winger Gerard Deulofeu as a false nine in his Milan side.
Bologna President Joey Saputo is “disappointed and very angry” after the last two results.
Vincenzo Montella hails an “epic win” over Bologna, but dismisses comparisons to Milan sides of the past.
Roberto Donadoni took “responsibility” after Bologna were beaten at home by nine-man Milan. “It was the nightmare scenario.”
Vincenzo Montella said tonight’s Milan victory down to nine men away to Bologna was “worth more than three points, as the team proved it has soul.”
Gerard Deulofeu admitted he has “never seen a game like this with nine against 11” after he inspired Milan’s victory at Bologna.
Mario Pasalic tapped in a Gerard Deulofeu assist as nine-man Milan incredibly won 1-0 at Bologna in an action-packed match.
Milan director of sport Rocco Maiorino insists they have “a crisis of results, not performances” ahead of tonight’s trip to Bologna.
Milan try to end the crisis with Carlos Bacca and Leonel Vangioni against a Bologna side fresh from losing 7-1.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s two Serie A games, as Juventus visit Crotone and Milan are in Bologna.
Ivan Perisic and Mauro Icardi will definitely miss Sunday’s Empoli game, as Inter didn’t submit an emergency appeal.
Bologna goalkeeper Antonio Mirante will be out for two weeks with a buttock injury.
Roberto Donadoni says “it’s right to remember” Daniele Doveri’s refereeing in Bologna-Milan last year.
Vincenzo Montella insists Milan are “in line with our objectives” despite poor recent form.
Pepe Reina says Napoli showed their great potential against Bologna, but warns against complacency.
Maurizio Sarri warns Napoli “are not perfect” and listed where they need to improve after a 7-1 victory at Bologna, but won’t change his system.
Roberto Donadoni admits Bologna’s night “started badly and it was all downhill from there” after a 7-1 home defeat to Napoli.
Marek Hamsik hopes to “beat Diego Maradona’s record” of Napoli goals after his hat-trick in a 7-1 demolition of Bologna.
Marek Hamsik and Dries Mertens got hat-tricks as Napoli crushed Bologna 7-1 in a game with a saved penalty and two red cards.
Kalidou Koulibaly urged Napoli to ignore the Real Madrid battle coming up and “concentrate on Bologna” this evening.