BOLOGNA NEWS

Inter's Gabigol hopes his winner against Bologna today can be 'the start of a new story.'
Roberto Donadoni suffered a fourth consecutive defeat and once again had complaints about the referee as Inter conquered the Dall’Ara.
Stefano Pioli is “happy” for Gabigol after the debut Serie A strike and appreciated Inter’s belief in the 1-0 win at Bologna.
Samir Handanovic admits Inter “didn’t have a good day, so it feels like more than three points” after a win away to Bologna.
Gabriel Barbosa finally became Gabigol when he came off the bench to snatch a late Inter victory in Bologna with his debut Serie A strike.
Eder warns of hidden dangers as Inter visit Bologna in the early game and is confident “Gabigol’s moment will certainly come.”
Inter have Ivan Perisic back, but with Mauro Icardi and Geoffrey Kondogbia suspended, they look to Eder in this trip to troubled Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni insists Bologna “don’t have a loser’s mentality” after recent dismal results and wants them to think positive against Inter.
Marcelo Brozovic, Mauro Icardi and Geoffrey Kondogbia miss Inter’s trip to Bologna on Sunday.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli warned Bologna “are well-organised and we have to take it one game at a time to continue our climb.”
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura called players, including Roberto Gagliardini, Domenico Berardi and Gianluca Lapadula, for a training camp.
Stefano Pioli admits Inter cannot afford to slip up against Bologna on Sunday as “this game is worth so much”.
Roberto Baggio turns 50 on Saturday and confessed he is “constantly surprised by the affection of the people even 13 years after my retirement.”
Bologna executive Claudio Fenucci has joined those who have called for Video Assistant Referees after controversial decisions at the weekend.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi confirmed Serie A will scrap goal-line officials if VAR is introduced and is “disappointed” at recent errors.
Marco Giampaolo joked he won’t start supersub Patrik Schick because “otherwise they’ll sell him” after Sampdoria’s controversial win over Bologna.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni blasted “incompetent” officials for awarding a non-existent penalty in their 3-1 defeat to Sampdoria.
Bologna were leading for much of the game at Marassi, but a terrible penalty decision sparked a flurry of goals as Sampdoria won 3-1.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from all today’s seven Serie A games, from Crotone-Roma through Inter-Empoli to Cagliari-Juventus.
Marco Giampaolo insists he is not thinking about rumours linking him with the Fiorentina job.