BOLOGNA NEWS

Christmas is approaching, in what is usually a quiet period for Serie A. Yet with the winter break not until January 6, the Scudetto race is as hot as ever.
Bologna are reportedly weighing up a January swoop for peripheral Napoli midfielder Marko Rog.
Gonzalo Higuain will match Antonio Conte and Paolo Rossi if he scores for Juventus against Bologna on Sunday.
Miralem Pjanic trained with Juventus today and should be fit to face Bologna, but Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Juan Cuadrado are all doubts.
Piero Giacomelli hasn’t been given a Serie A game this weekend, after his controversial refereeing in the Lazio-Torino game on Monday.
Simone Verdi assures he won’t leave Bologna in January, despite Inter and Napoli interest. “I want to end the season here.”
Suso called new Milan Coach Gennaro Gattuso “a great motivator” and hopes “we don’t change tactics again, as 4-3-3 is the right system.”
Milan have found “the right cure” for their ills by moving to a four-man defence, said Ricardo Rodriguez’s agent.
The Rossoneri earned their first home win in almost three months, so who delivered the goods?
Roberto Donadoni feels Bologna “should’ve taken advantage of the psychological” pressure Milan were under.
Gennaro Gattuso admits he was so fired up during Milan’s 2-1 win over Bologna that “I could’ve stood under the snow bare-chested.”
Jack Bonaventura hopes the 2-1 victory over Bologna can be “a new beginning for Milan” and their Coach Gennaro Gattuso.
Jack Bonaventura bagged a brace to give Milan their first win under new Coach Gennaro Gattuso, despite Simone Verdi’s strike at San Siro.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Chievo-Roma, Napoli-Fiorentina and Milan-Bologna.
Mattia Destro insists visiting his old club Milan at San Siro is “a game like any other” for him and Bologna this evening.
Fabio Borini is glad Milan have moved to 4-3-3 against Bologna, as he is “in my natural role” in a trident attack. “I can be more effective.”
Gennaro Gattuso completely revamps his struggling Milan with a 4-3-3 formation against Roberto Donadoni’s impressive Bologna.
Milan will be without Lucas Biglia for tonight’s match against Bologna, as he sprained his right ankle in training.
Milan are without Alessio Romagnoli, Hakan Calhanoglu and Andrea Conti for their Serie A meeting with Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni concedes “everyone expected more from Milan this season” as Bologna try to make life even tougher for his former club.