Stefano Pioli has transformed a Bologna side bereft of ideas under previous coach Pierpaolo Bisoli. Currently sitting in 13th position, Pioli’s tactics may not be the free-flowing style some would wish for, his pragmatic approach has delivered vital results.
Pioli arrived at Bologna on the 4th of October after previous incumbent Bisoli struggled to implement his ideas on his Rossoblu squad, much like his spell at Cagliari the previou...More
Bologna is thought to be interested in signing forgotten Juventus striker Luca Toni.
With just 16 goals in 17 matches, the Felsinei will be hoping to bolster their attacking stocks by signing the player this month, according to Sky Sport.
Toni has not featured for Juve under new Coach Antonio Conte and his contract runs out at the end of the season. He has also been linked with a January switch to Cagliari, Cesena and most recently Pa...More
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.
Bologna’s Daniele Vantaggiato has been the latest to be linked with Novara, as the promoted side aims to strengthen its squad in January with a striker.
With just 14 goals scored, the Piedmont side have one of the least prolific attacks in Serie A and have been linked with new acquisitions in recent weeks.
Juventus’ Vincenzo Iaquinta was touted for a possible January loan switch, while Vantaggiato has emerged as a candidate, according...More
Juventus tactician Antonio Conte has offered praise to his fringe players who featured in the Coppa Italia clash against Bologna.
Emanuele Giaccherini looked to have sealed Juve’s passage to the Quarter-finals with a solo run and finish in the 90th minute, however Andrea Raggi equalised five minutes into injury time. Claudio Marchisio netted the winner in the first period of extra time.
“I’m sorry for the goal conceded in the 95th min...More
Marco Di Vaio has revealed he rejected a potential switch to Napoli out of love for Bologna.
The veteran striker and club captain has been at the Felsinei since 2008, contributing over 50 goals during a tumultuous time at the club.
Di Vaio told Gazzetta dello Sport: “In the summer they wanted me, as Napoli were preparing for the Champions League, but I said no because I love Bologna and want to finish my career here.”
“I enjoy the re...More
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