BOLOGNA NEWS

Mattia Destro is ‘more convinced and calm’ and has become Bologna’s ‘driving force’, says Roberto Donadoni.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni praises his team’s ‘conviction’ and ‘self-belief’ after their win against Napoli.
Pepe Reina admits Napoli “did not have the right humility” in their shock 3-2 loss at Bologna. “It was my mistake.”
Maurizio Sarri hopes Napoli’s 3-2 defeat at Bologna can avoid further slip-ups in future. “We ran into every pitfall.”
Roberto Donadoni thanked Bologna for a “simply extraordinary” performance to beat on-form Napoli 3-2.
Mattia Destro bagged a brace as Bologna earned a shock 3-2 victory, ending Napoli’s brief time at the top and their 18-match unbeaten run.
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Napoli need a win to recapture top spot from Inter and are taking no chances, while Mattia Destro is back for Bologna.
Napoli legend Careca believes Gonzalo Higuain is the key to winning the Scudetto and Jorginho earns admirers in Brazil.
Dries Mertens is back in the Napoli squad, but Manolo Gabbiadini won’t face Bologna.
Maurizio Sarri said leadership “changes nothing” for Napoli and “if Gonzalo Higuain doesn’t win the Ballon d’Or it’ll be all his fault.”
Roberto Donadoni assures Bologna “know the threat we’ll be facing” against Serie A leaders Napoli and snipes at Maurizio Sarri critics.
Napoli medics are “confident Manolo Gabbiadini and Dries Mertens will recover” in time to face Bologna.
Sassuolo and Bologna are both after Roma's Juan Iturbe, but Genoa may end up sneaking past them.
Bologna will be without Domenico Maietta for two to three weeks with a thigh strain.
Reports say Bologna are on the hunt for a striker in January, with Carpi’s Marco Borriello and Sassuolo’s Sergio Floccari linked.
Roberto Donadoni claims Bologna 'risked very little' against Torino, but ultimately failed in controlling possession.
Roberto Donadoni complained that Torino’s opening goal “should’ve been disallowed” in his first Bologna defeat.
Giampiero Ventura feels Torino are finally back on track after two consecutive victories over Atalanta and Bologna.
Andrea Belotti broke his Torino duck for their first home win in two months, Roberto Donadoni’s maiden Bologna defeat.