BOLOGNA NEWS

Italy’s Simone Verdi ‘can only improve,’ according to Bologna sporting director Riccardo Bigon.
Bologna were founded on this day in 1909, with the Rossoblu winning seven Scudetti in the subsequent 108 years.
Simone Verdi doesn’t believe Spain have better youngsters than Italy, pointing to Federico Chiesa.
Godfred Donsah’s agent confirms Inter want the Bologna midfielder and "it’s possible” a deal could happen in January.
With Napoli sitting solo at the summit of Serie A, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 7’s action.
Gazzetta Sportiva report that Ivan Juric’s time as Genoa boss could be over very soon.
Roberto Donadoni wants Bologna to be “more clinical” after their second Serie A win on the bounce, conquering Genoa 1-0.
Ivan Juric admits his job is in doubt after Genoa registered their worst ever start to a Serie A season, but “I’m satisfied with the performance.”
Rodrigo Palacio believes Bologna have “found the right consistency” after a second consecutive victory away to Genoa.
Rodrigo Palacio scored the goal that doomed his old club Genoa to defeat, but Bologna goalkeeper Antonio Mirante performed heroics at Marassi.
A television reporter was physically attacked by a Genoa ultra before this evening’s Serie A match against Bologna.
If Genoa don’t beat Rodrigo Palacio’s Bologna for their first win of the season, it’s possible Ivan Juric could be fired.
Simone Verdi and Leonardo Spinazzola are added to the Italy squad against Macedonia and Albania, but no Simone Zaza.
Serie A heads into its final weekend before the October international break, and it looks set to be an important weekend.
Genoa boss Ivan Juric insists he is not afraid of the sack ahead of Saturday’s clash with Bologna. “Only the results are missing.”
Luca Banti has been appointed as the referee for this week’s Milan-Roma game, the AIA has announced.
Inter are keen to sign Lille midfielder Yves Bissouma to bolster their midfield, reports suggest.
Cristian Bucchi insists Sassuolo “did not deserve to lose” against Bologna and revealed his complaints to the referee at the final whistle.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from seven Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Milan, Inter-Genoa, Verona-Lazio and Fiorentina-Atalanta.
Roberto Donadoni admits he “got angry” with Bologna during the half-time break, prompting their 1-0 victory away to Sassuolo.