Marco Bortolami

Injury blow for Bortolami
Tuesday 18th September 17:24

Italy lock Marco Bortolami has been ruled out of the November internationals after fresh complications from a shoulder injury.

Mallett backing Bortolami
Saturday 13th February 14:14

Nick Mallett is hoping the recall of Marco Bortolami will give Italy's forwards a much-needed boost for their clash against England.

Fava blow for Italy
Wednesday 10th February 12:25

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.

Bortolami recalled by Italy
Thursday 7th January 13:39

Former captain Marco Bortolami has been recalled to Italy's training squad for the forthcoming RBS Six Nations.

Marco warns Scots
Wednesday 12th March 20:35

Italy lock Marco Bortolami says Scotland will 'suffer' in Rome in their Six Nations clash.

Bortolami recalled by Italy
Wednesday 13th February 12:36

Marco Bortolami will return to the Italy squad for the RBS Six Nations trip to Wales in Cardiff on February 23.

Relief for Bortolami
Wednesday 23rd January 12:23

Italian lock Marco Bortolami has been cleared to face Wales on February 23 after being told he does not need surgery.

Bortolami ruled out
Tuesday 22nd January 15:23

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.

Dragons down in defeat
Friday 30th November 22:58

Paul Turner was left "fuming" after the Newport-Gwent Dragons' defeat at home to Gloucester.

Bortolami fury at poor half
Tuesday 27th November 12:56

Italian skipper Marco Bortolami has described Gloucester's first-half display against Harlequins as "unacceptable".

New deal for Bortolami
Monday 19th November 14:47

Italy captain Marco Bortolami has signed a two-year extension to his deal with Gloucester.

Bortolami wants Wales focus
Thursday 1st March 11:42

Marco Bortolami has called on Italy to build on their historic victory over Scotland.

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