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Italy lock Marco Bortolami has been ruled out of the November internationals after fresh complications from a shoulder injury.
Nick Mallett is hoping the recall of Marco Bortolami will give Italy's forwards a much-needed boost for their clash against England.
Italy have suffered a huge blow to their RBS Six Nations campaign after second-row Carlo Del Fava picked up a knee injury in training.
Former captain Marco Bortolami has been recalled to Italy's training squad for the forthcoming RBS Six Nations.
Italy lock Marco Bortolami says Scotland will 'suffer' in Rome in their Six Nations clash.
Marco Bortolami will return to the Italy squad for the RBS Six Nations trip to Wales in Cardiff on February 23.
Italian lock Marco Bortolami has been cleared to face Wales on February 23 after being told he does not need surgery.
Gloucester's 29-21 victory over Ulster has come at a cost for Marco Bortolami, with the Italian set to be ruled out for six weeks.
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Italian skipper Marco Bortolami has described Gloucester's first-half display against Harlequins as "unacceptable".
Italy captain Marco Bortolami has signed a two-year extension to his deal with Gloucester.
Marco Bortolami has called on Italy to build on their historic victory over Scotland.
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After Dubai I was left to feel frustrated and positive in equal measure. We certainly felt there were a couple of games there that were there for the taking that we should have closed out but we'll learn from those games and take it on to Port Elizabeth.
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