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Bologna seeking reinforcements

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By Luca Cetta

Monday 02 January 2012

Bologna has listed three players as potential January captures to assist in their Serie A survival bid.

The Rossoblu have just 15 points and sit just one place above the relegation zone after a difficult first half of the season.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Matteo Rubin is close to a return to Bologna. The left-back spent last season on loan at the club from Torino, but is struggling for minutes on the pitch at Parma.

Another defender on the wish list is Frederik Sorensen, the young Juventus player. The Dane can feature either in the centre of defence or at full-back. With the imminent arrival of Martin Caceres, Sorensen will see his potential playing time reduced further, having only appeared once this season: in the Coppa Italia against Bologna.

Finally, Bologna are aiming for Luc Castaignos. The Inter youngster is another to find playing time limited this season and could benefit from a loan move.

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By Fernando on 17 July 2014 at 09:28

I think that it's better to fly to Bologna,because if you fly to Rome there are at least three or four hours to aivrre in Bologna(you have to aivrre in Rome and take the train Frecciarossa,that's the faster)From Bologna you can aivrre in Cento(a town near Renazzo) by bus,then I'm sure that from Cento to Renazzo there's another bus,because Cento and Renazzo are close.If you want there is the web site of ATC,the bus Company of Bologna,where you can see the bus connection between Bologna's airport and Cento.That's the web page of the trip planner:you can select:from: Bologna important points airport or aeroporto arrivi to : Cento stop CENTO AUTOSTAZIONE Maybe January 2012 is too far and the timetable isn't available now,but I'm sure that in October or November will be availableI'm sorry but I can't help you with the hotel,because I've never been in RenazzoHope my English will be comprehensible!PS:from Cento to Renazzo you can also take a taxi,because there are just 6 or 7 kilometers between the two cities






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