BOLOGNA NEWS

Stefano Colantuono warns Atalanta not to fall into the same complacency trap as Siena when they face Bologna at lunchtime.
Bologna have a relegation clash with Atalanta in the lunch-time kick-off and Stefano Pioli is confident they can “continue along this path.”
Stefano Pioli rues Bologna mistakes, while Domenico Di Carlo regrets throwing away a lead.
Today’s results affect the drop zone, as Novara suck Siena back down, Lecce-Palermo was a thriller in the sign of red cards and Bologna fought back to hold Chievo.
Stefano Pioli welcomes his old club Chievo in a relegation tussle and promises “this can be the best end to a Bologna season for years.”
Ahead of facing former side Chievo this weekend, Stefano Pioli has asserted the belief that the Mussi Volanti will easily survive the relegation battle.
Whilst backing Massimo Cellino for changing Coach as regularly as he does, Maurizio Zamparini has admitted regretting sacking Stefano Pioli last summer.
Edy Reja concedes third place for Lazio would be “a miracle” between injuries, bans, fatigue and two red cards in tonight’s defeat to Bologna.
Bologna caused a shock with their first win at the Olimpico in 15 years, as Lazio lost their heads and went down to nine men.
Lazio make more changes in their push for third place, but Bologna have surprisingly switched strikers.
Stefano Pioli’s Bologna have upset numerous big clubs recently and he’s confident they can “continue this positive moment” against Lazio too.
Edy Reja won’t rule out a Scudetto push for Lazio. “Milan and Juventus are superior, but if we get our injured players back, we can have our say.”
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.