mario balotelli

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  1. frederic38

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    the definition of an over rated black player
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xJKY5WO4wU

    this is what he did today

    i never understood what this bum had that made him so special, apart from being italian and black
     
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    haha, when I was healthy I did this trick sometimes when training to defeat( spinning your body and shooting with gliding over the ball against the back of other foot) an opponent but not when shooting on the goal lol.

    I only think it is not a good idea to say ape.Because it gives a bid bat name to the site becuase a lot of people would think you are anti black ,alltrough I think I know why people starting to say this probably becuase of the negroid mouth chin relief ratio to forehead similair to ape and whites intemediar( to monkey and black) and east asians flat so least looking like monkey.(headshape)
     
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    ok
    i said that because he looks and acts like one
    i edit
     
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    Pay a dopey schwartzer huge amounts money, tell him he's a star and this is what You get...
     
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...pool-1-Steven-Gerrard-penalty-settles-it.html

    from today:


    Referee Lee Mason awarded the spot-kick and Gerrard drove it past England team-mate Hart to put the visitors ahead.

    That all this occurred inside the opening 11 minutes emphasised the difficulties City were having, and no one epitomised them more than Mario Balotelli.

    [​IMG] Cool head: Despite Joe hart's best efforts, his England team-mate tucked it just out of reach



    An injury doubt beforehand, the combustible Italian reacted in anger when Charlie Adam bundled him over, then tapped him on the head as he ran away from the scene.

    Balotelli belted the subsequent free-kick into the wall and then hobbled away for no discernable reason.

    After a few more minutes of relative inactivity, during which he let a straightforward pass roll out for a throw-in and gave a free-kick as he tried to make amends, Mancini decided he had seen enough.



    [​IMG] Frustrations: Mario Balotelli was unable to impose himself at all, and was soon subbed off

    Balotelli headed straight for the tunnel, bringing an end to another bizarre chapter in his career.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2085330/Manchester-City-0-Liverpool-1-Steven-Gerrard-penalty-settles-it.html#ixzz1jBv8ouWf




    i did not watch the match, but i heard the manchester city fans booed him when he left the field

    and his red card in the 1-1 draw against liverpool in premier league

    [video=youtube;fKVZY0fggU8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKVZY0fggU8&feature=related[/video]

    second yellow card, 18 minutes after entering as a substitute (he played very bad also, in addition to the red card)
     
  6. Rebajlo

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    He is black striker, has an Italian surname and is eligible to play for Italy.

    This automatically makes "Balotelli" a propagandist's dream, for the "Powers That Be" would like nothing better than seeing a black striker as an automatic first-choice for a high-profile football nation like Italy (except, of course, more than one black in the Italian team...).

    This is a "proven" way to combat the "racism" and "negative attitudes" of the football fans and general public of any given country...
     
  7. Europe

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    Any game Balotteli plays in is ruined. I can't watch it. I hope to God he doesn't make the Italian team for the Euros. It will ruin it.
     
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    According to his agent Mino Raiola, Balotelli is worth 50-60 million Euros... And yes, any game he plays on is ruined, unwatchable.
     
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    he's annoying as hell. i'd love to have a get out of jail free card which i'd happily use to blow his ****in head off.

    :cheer2:
     
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    Look at this video to see how far England has fallen from the good old days. Interestingly, they mentioned the captain of Bristol City, a guy names Atyeo, was on the English National Team. BC was in the 2nd division. No national team player would play in the 2nd division now.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FRwn158YhM
     
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    Europe - Thanks for posting that pre-match footage, mate :thumb:. The atmosphere is understated yet electric, without the obscenely hyperbolic fanfare, references to "anti-racism" campaigns, and the constant deferential name-dropping of sponsors which blight the "modern" football circus.

    Being a fan of The Robins' arch-rivals Bristol Rovers, I happen to know a bit about John Atyeo. The bloke is a Bristol City legend, who holds the club's records for goalscoring and appearances. In addition, one of the stands at Ashton Gate is named in Atyeo's honour.

    Atyeo did indeed win his six England caps while Bristol City were in the Second Division (today's League Championship). In this context, the fact that he spent his entire career as a semi-professional is even more remarkable.

    Looking back at a splendid fellow like John Atyeo (who became a maths teacher upon retiring from football, having taught part-time in his playing days), today's money-saturated "professional" game - complete with 120,000 quid-per-week prize-arsehole Balotelli - is criminally shallow and inspires nothing but scornful loathing...
     
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    balotelli played for the first tim since his disapointing match against liverpool (description of this match a few posts above)

    and he should have been sent off
    i hope he will be suspended

    here is what he did:
    http://rutube.ru/tracks/5239025.html

    at this point of the match, he already had a yellow card


    in the end, he scored the penalty that gave the victory to manchester city (another unimpressive goal, to add to the multiple tap-ins he scored in his career, like alkene said in the "white goal scorers" thread)


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    edit:
    you can also add this one from this season to the tap-ins list
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052A5v9fdjk
    against norwich
     
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    Balotelli's has scored goals that any other striker in the world can score. I'd give much of the credit to City's success to Silva and Aguero. With defending, Yaya Toure and Kompany have also been getting good reviews in frustrating the opposition.

    In Chelsea's 2-1 win:

    3rd minute: Aguero spins his man in Chelsea's half and picks out a classy pass that slices open the home side's defence. Balotelli controls and rounds Cech, before tapping in very calmly indeed.

    In Napoli's 2-1 win:
    33rd minute: Out of nowhere - Aronica deflects a Kolarov cross to Silva who shoots at De Sanctis but the ball is rebounded to Balotelli who taps in with ease

    City's 6-1 win over United:

    60th minute: Superb work from Milner and Silva. Milner fires the ball into the Spaniard, gets a return flick and then fires a ball across the face for Mario to finish from two yards out.
     
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    Why is Balotelli so over hyped by the media? Just because they found one black player that's pretty good? Clint Dempsey has more than goals than him. In fact, he's one of the top scorers in the Premier League and he plays for a mediocre team.....yet the English media never reports about him. I wonder why.... :icon_rolleyes:
     
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    i wouldn't even call him pretty good
    he is very average, atleast when i saw him play he was very average
    unfortunately, he is guaranteed to play for italy at the next euro 2012
    i saw an article a few days back about the italian national team and they discussed what strikers will play next to balotelli at the european championships :frown:
     
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    the italian coach decided not to call balotelli for the friendly match against USA
    he said that he could not call a player that has so many red cards and is so undisciplined
    great decision, hopefully italy will have great results without him so they won't thinkk about calling him
     
  19. Europe

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    Quote from the Italy manager,

    "Prandelli added: "When I say we have to reach the European Championship prepared, I mean I don't want to see players who, at the first sign of difficulty, commit reaction fouls and get sent off, leaving their team-mates to struggle with 10 men."


    I hope he won't be picked for the Euros. If he is all Italy can come up with, they are in bad shape.
     
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    oh, and balotelli scored another unimpressive goal a few days ago, against blacburn (3-0 for manchester city):

    "Yaya Toure started a counter-attack with a clever pass to David silva.
    The Spaniard clipped the ball left for Aleksander Kolarov, who whipped in a cross that gave Balotelli an easy tap in at the near post. "


    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ar-as-Rovers-swatted/articleshow/12038644.cms


    yet, they always talk about how balotelli is a player that is such a genius that he can win a match on his own ect :icon_rolleyes:
     
  21. Europe

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    Here is a story from the Guardian.


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    "When he was thinking about signing Balotelli, he should have recognised that here is a player with no fundamental loyalty even to the game of football, never mind to a club or his team-mates. Yes, Balotelli can do the sort of magical things that lift spectators out of the mire of ordinary existence. But Mancini's willingness to tolerate his chronic indiscipline appears to have affected the rest of the squad to the point where even James Milner, as unselfish a player as you could find, now shows signs of dissent."

    Why did Mancini sign him? Mourihno couldn't stand him.

    What magical things can Balotelli do? Even when the media rips him they have to say stuff like he is magical.

    Another quote:

    " he must have known that he was buying a freakishly gifted player prone to the sort of erratic behaviour that can be amusing in short bursts and at a safe distance but is likely to try the patience of team-mates who have no escape from it"

    Freakishly gifted player? Did they ever say that about Dempsey who also has the same amount of goals for a weaker team?
     
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    yeah sure, "freakishly gifted" :biggrin:

    here are his last matches

    * the match after his tap-in against blackburn (wich i posted a few weeks before):
    he scored a tap-in against bolton wanderers:
    the name of the article:

    you wonder why they said that balotelli finally found the net?
    here is why:
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/mar/03/manchester-city-bolton-wanderers-premier-league

    * then he played as a titular in the shocking defeat of his team against swansea city:
    http://www.eplindex.com/11529/a-poor-day-for-mario-balotelli-at-swansea-city-opta-stats.html
    of course he didn't score

    * then he was titular when his team was kicked out of the europa league by sporting portugal
    he scored on a penalty kick

    * he was titular when his team won against chelsea in a very important match
    but he didn't score, and was so bad that he was substituted at half time

    * he was titular in the very disappointing draw against stoke city (when crough scored his incredible goal), where he was totally neutralized by stoke's defence
    he didn't score ofcourse

    * he was also titular in the disappointing draw against sunderland, where he scored another penalty kick, and his first beautiful goal of the season, not a tap-in for once


    so it looks like manchester city won't win any trophy this year, and balotelli played a big role in this, he was titular in the matches in which manchester city lost very important points
     
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    another balotelli horrible match from balotelli

    manchester city lost 1-0 to arsenal

    balotelli did incredible amount of big fouls, including this one:

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    it should have been a red card, but the referee didn't see it

    he got a red card at the end of the match though

    horrible match from him


    i hope the italian coach in charge of the italian national team was watching, as he warned balotelli
    this is what he said:

    based on that, balotelli should not be called for the euro champs, because he once againt got a dumb red card (he should be suspended by the FA too)

    and based on his performances, he did nothing to brag about, scored a lot of tap-ins, and looked unimpressive

    today manchester city probably lost their last hope to win the title, as they are 8 points behind manchester united now

    feel free to post english-speaking articles about this match, i am curious to know what they have to say about it
     
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    Let's hope Italy doesn't pick him. The Euros might be palatable to watch. Eventually, Europe is going down the drain because of immigration.
     
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    Mancini supposedly won't put him in anymore until the end of the season and will try to sell him after that.
    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/s...ancini:-mario-balotelli-could-be-sold?cc=5901
    Mancini was the No.1 responsible for this fiasco - bringing Balotelli from Inter for 22M Euros - and should bear the consequences. I'm curious to see how much money will they be able to recoup when/if they manage to sell him, and who will be the "happy" buyer.
    I can already immagine headlines along the lines of "Ebbsfleet United buys Balotelli for 15,000 Pounds".
     

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