MILAN - Bologna appointed former Siena
boss Alberto Malesani as their new coach on Wednesday to
complete a turbulent but ultimately successful first few days of
A club statement said the much-travelled Malesani, relegated
from the top flight with Siena last term despite a dogged fight,
would take immediate charge.
The perennial Serie A strugglers surprisingly sacked Franco
Colomba on Sunday, just a day before their league opener, saying
he was "sceptical" about the side's chances this term.
Youth team coach Paolo Magnani took over for Monday's
battling 0-0 home draw with champions Inter Milan and then
Bologna swooped for Uruguay's combative World Cup midfielder
Diego Perez from AS Monaco in the final hours of the transfer
window on Tuesday.
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