BOLOGNA NEWS

An investigation has been launched after an offensive banner towards Gianluca Pessotto was shown during Bologna-Juventus.
Alessandro Diamanti is looking forward to facing Lazio this weekend, as he claims he is a fans’ favourite, despite never having played for the team.
Stefano Pioli notes Bologna tried their best to beat Juventus and had the opportunities to do so. “It was a vibrant and intense match.”
Antonio Conte is adamant Juventus “are not losing momentum” after Bologna held them to their fifth draw in the last six games.
Juventus were pegged back to another 1-1 draw by Bologna and Leonardo Bonucci was sent off, so they remain two points behind leaders Milan.
Juventus have Marco Borriello, Mirko Vucinic and Simone Pepe for today’s rescheduled Serie A trip to Bologna.
Bologna captain Marco Di Vaio won’t be happy with a draw against Juventus this evening. “We want the three points.”
Stefano Pioli has warned of the strength Wednesday’s visitors Juventus have, but urges his Bologna players to match the Bianconeri.
Bologna have revealed that they have yet to make a decision on the future of fantasista Gaston Ramirez.
Manchester City will make a summer bid for Bologna starlet Gaston Ramirez, reports in Italy are suggesting.
Stefano Pioli appreciates the points, but Emiliano Mondonico admits Novara's situation is increasingly difficult.
Marco Di Vaio’s penalty was saved, but Robert Acquafresca gave Bologna a hard-fought victory over Novara.
Bologna’s thoughts are filled with Lucio Dalla’s funeral today, which is why their game with Novara was put back to 17.30 UK time.
This Sunday’s League match between Bologna and Novara has been put back to the evening because of Lucio Dalla’s funeral.
Bologna are in mourning after the sudden death of singer Lucio Dalla, who was often seen in the stands at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Bologna are reportedly thinking about offering boss Stefano Pioli a new contract given his impact at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
The likes of Genoa, Fiorentina, Cesena, Novara and Bologna will have to prove their mettle in a challenging Week 26.
Udinese celebrated Antonio Di Natale’s return with a controversial penalty in this victory at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Antonio Di Natale is back in the Udinese starting XI after fracturing a bone in his foot and takes on Bologna.
Francesco Guidolin welcomes back Antonio Di Natale and warns Udinese need all their wits about them to beat Bologna.