Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has taken a shot at club owner Joey Saputo.
Mihajlovic is set for talks with Saputo about a new deal after the Canadian flew to Italy for talks.
“He's been away for 14 months, so obviously we can only discuss things after he gets here. It's sad for everyone that he was absent for so long, but I'm sure he had his good reason. In any case, better late than never," said the coach.
“A President is a reference point and when he is absent, it becomes more difficult to deal with everything at a club."
When he was asked specifically about his future, Mihajlovic remained purposefully vague.
“My future is tomorrow's game and that's all. We created so many chances against Roma and used up so much energy that we should've gone into the break at least 1-0 up. I keep warning, good performances aren't enough, we need the three points to show for it.
“So tomorrow I don't care what the performance is like, I just want to win."