Bologna’s boss Filippo Inzaghi is not bothered about rumours of a sack despite losing to Genoa in their recent Serie A tie.
Inzaghi’s men have one point from four games and are yet to register a single goal which calls for concern.
“I have to look at the performance more than the result and unfortunately it’s the fourth game in which our goalkeeper hasn’t made a save. Every shot goes in,” said the Coach in his Press conference.
“It was a balanced encounter today and luck just isn’t on our side. We must keep working and hope that soon enough something will go our way.”
Erick Pulgar was given his marching orders in stoppages for a nasty challenge on Romulo.
“It was a pointless foul and he will pay the consequences with a ban. We have to grow as a team and find the moment to break through, the way Genoa did.
“The worst thing is that after going a goal down, we got completely unbalanced seeking an equaliser. Quite simply, we have to be better in front of goal.
“If I was worried, I’d have put the team in a training retreat, but I didn’t see any real difference between us and Genoa. The only thing we did wrong was not scoring a goal.”