mario balotelli

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  1. Jack Lambert

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    What a piece of sh*t this rag is. I guess he was the one to pick for DWFs here in the good ole' USA. He relates really well to all of the arrogant blacks (that the DWFs here worship) currently populating the NBA, NFL, etc.

    Now I REALLY hate AC Milan. Like I've said, the only thing they need to do now is sign that other Boateng from Bayern Munich, then they'd have the Cult-Marx dream team, as if Milan isn't repulsive enough with Balotelli, El Shaarawy, and that a-hole Kevin Prince-Boateng, who ended Michael Ballack's career with Germany.

    To any of you who still want to cheer for Italy because of their 10 other white starters, this is why we can't. Buffon, Pirlo, Montelivo, etc. put together don't recieve 1/2 of the media attention this ugly buffoon gets. Hell, I'd rather have El Shaarawy starting for Italy than Balotelli Italy. Hell, if France starts a decent number of whites (5-6), I'd cheer for them over Italy. ANY Italian win will be because of Balotelli, even he doesn't do anything. This you can bet your life on. Just look at the Confederations Cup this summer. The announcers for one of Italy's games were speculating that the San Siro Stadium could be renamed the "Balotelli" in a few years. This guy is Public Enemy Number #1 for all the people who don't want Europe overran by Arabs and Africans. Down with the Azzurri!!
     
  2. Europe

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    Who buys SI anymore? What a joke of a magazine. They have to put out softcore porn to get readers.

    Mario is a friend of Popes? This guy lives a completely immoral life. Popes used to condemn people like this.


    The Pope(Vatican) back then came out and condemned Liz Taylor's lifestyle.

    She was condemned as an erotic vagrant and woman of loose morals.

    She didn't get to meet the Pope.


    I wonder if Messi or Ronaldo have been on the cover of SI?

    The face of new Europe?

    The best young striker in football?

    Look at this headline from the Guardian:

    Why ignorant racists still flourish in multicultural Italy.

    Talk about being unbiased.

    Yes, I guess it's cool to be an immoral idiot nowadays. People are praised for being this way now not just ignored.

    He a 3 siblings. What are the chances that they were on benefits growing up?
     
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  3. Phall

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    He is Italian : He is African = false
    Face of AC Milan : Face of "New Europe" = true
    Friend to popes and PMs : Friend to red cards = true
    Subject of hate and adulation (true, objective) : Best striker on his team, ever (false, subjective) = weird inequivalence

    Just an altogether abstract series of statements there. Sports Illustrated is likely doomed by the internet to inevitable irrelevancy and bankruptcy, so they either are: 1) going the tabloid route of attempting splashes with outlandish covers 2) already bought out by elite, bored jews to spread filthy propaganda at a calculated loss, a la 'Time' and 'Newsweek', with tax write-offs in mind.

    I agree with Jack Lambert that AC Milan and Italy are absolutely insufferable until this mongrel renounces his jewish adoptive parents (the "Shekelstinis") and repatriates into the Heart of Darkness.

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    I remember watching a few 2010 World Cup matches on internet streams from my laptop, and picking the "RAI Uno" feed for Italy's shameful defeat in the final group fixture. After the match, a four-man panel of wop male prostitutes with slicked-back hair and befitted black suits all took turns lamenting Italy's "lack of diversity", after having snubbed a peri-pubescent Balotelli and one other mulatto in the 40-man player pool. Germany, you see, was much better because they were "multicultural" and thus could do many different things well. I can't understand Italian all that well, but the deliberate pauses for emphasis and the purposeful, hand-flailing enunciation of key words made translation quite rudimentary. I knew on that afternoon that Italian football was doomed.

    I remember owning a Milan scarf in 1991, tacked above my bedroom closet as a ten-yr old. What a roster! Rossi in goal, the timeless trio of Baresi, Costacurta, and of course Maldini on the flat back four (along with Tassoti). In midfield, the two diversities: Gullit and Rijkaard, to make the team "interesting" and "contemporary", flanked by Ambrosini and anchored by Donadoni. Up top, it was Marco Simone and Daniele Massoro underneath the legendary Marco van Basten. The two diversities, world-class players regardless, were brought along as compliments to help "naturalize", so to speak, the Dutch Destroyer.

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    (some similar image hung as a flimsy magazine poster pull-out in my bedroom during middle school years)

    For me, Berlusconi now lies alongside Kwame Kilpatrick as passing sideshows that I can no longer be bothered to follow in the gossip columns. 'Ciao, Silvio' possessed (and still surely does possess) many fleeting qualities of masculinity that were afforded to him by billions of dollars (quintillions of lire). Italy's intransient class nobility is a subject for a different thread on a different forum. Silvio squandered his billions not for the sake of his nation, but rather for the interests of his own miniscule circle of sons, daughters, concubines, and perhaps a few buddies. Even under his thumb, Milan wasn't always such a ****hole.

    [video=youtube;6G4ly0hIThY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6G4ly0hIThY[/video]

    At least, Milanesi were not represented by scoundrels, traitors, thieves (well, ok always thieves), or African female Ministers of Immigration.

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    i have read that balotelli is only the second soccer player to be on the cover of that magazine, the first was beckham
     
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    yes the refereeing probably played an important role since more than half of balotelli's goals were penalties
    maybe scoring this much penalties wouldn't be this easy in a smaller club
    but is AC milan still an important club?
    you gave the example of shcevchenko, but when he came to chelsea the club was bigger than AC milan is right now
    also schevchenko can fail in england, i don't mind, he was the best striker in the world in the best league of the time
    now things are reversed
    balotelli failed in the premier league, which is 1000 times better than serie A for economic reasons, so obviously it will be easier for him to succeed in a worse league like serie A (but so far he has only played half a season in italy)
     
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    about balotelli's 0 missed penalties: there are many players who have taken many penalties and never missed one, for example: my favourite player karim benzema :eyebrows:
     
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    As could have been expected, "Supermario" is now being used as the poster boy for a multicultural Italy.
    The Italian minister for immigration policies - Cecile Kyenge - who actually comes from Congo and has 38 brothers and sisters, is all over him and photo-opportunities are a daily occurence. However, Mario is getting a bit tired and overslept the latest "important meeting against racism". The minister, who is trying hard to abolish the illegal immigration by opening the borders (putting a Congolese in charge of your immigration is like putting Count Dracula in charge of a blood bank) made a brave face to Mario's newest gaffe and carried on:
    "Kyenge told Gazzetta dello Sport that Balotelli failed to show up, but has insisted that she wants to meet the entire [Italian] team to talk about how they can do their bit to tackle racism."
     
  9. frederic38

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    after balotelli's first penalty miss, we can now say that benzema is a better penalty kick shooter than balotelli :thumbsup: benzema has like 20 converted penalties and none missed
     
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    Lol, I'd like to hear #88 Buffon's opinion of her policies.
     
  11. ThePhilosopher

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    Both are jews.(well,as far as balotelli is concerned,he is jewish in the ofical records atleast...Beckham is jewish in every sense of the word).
     
  12. frederic38

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    balotelli got a 3 matches ban after his red card for insulting the referee
    he will miss the match against juventus
    milan already won the first match without him
    he already did that last season
    after only 1 year in milan, everybody is tired of him already
    there are rumors saying that he could leave AC milan soon

    the worst thing is that in the match against napoli where AC milan started 6 blacks, the milan fans were condemned for racist chants...against people from the south of italy
     
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    He let his team down again. This reminds me of black players in the NFL. It is all about them, their personal stats and glory, and not about the team.
     
  14. Europe

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    This from the Daily Mail:


    Arsenal and Liverpool would consider signing Mario Balotelli in January.
    There have been reports in Italy that Balotelli — aka Mad Mario from his Manchester City’s days — has already had his share of bust-ups in his spell at AC Milan.
    There is also the constant rumbling issue of racism from the stands in Italian football.
    It has been suggested that he could be sold for a ‘knock down’ £12million. At that sort of money the talented but tempestuous striker is surely worth the risk.


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...ol--THE-FOOTBALL-GRAPEVINE.html#ixzz2gLfhfK4H
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    very interesting to see that the professional players secretly feel like us about balotelli
    also, if i understand correctly he was named THE most over-rated player, not just amongst the 3 most overrated?
    this poll must be from last year because if it was from this year paul pogbad would be in it
     
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    http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/1...i-unhappy-mario-balotelli-performance?cc=5739
     
  18. PhillyFanatic

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    He reminds me of Yasiel Puig. The same diva attitude and physical build.
     
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    Balotelli is clearly taking dives in the box against Fiorentina yet there is no sign of a yellow card. Disgraceful.
     
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    Summary of today's game by Balotelli against Fiorentina (Milan-Fiorentina - 0:2):
    - Head-butts and grappling of Gonzalo Rodriguez (who was mostly marking him) that should have been sanctioned with a yellow card, if not a red - multiple times. Nevertheless, Gonzalo put him in the small-change pocket for the rest of the match...
    - 1 (one) shot on goal, out by about 30 meters
    - The usual ridiculous dive in the penalty area (tackle by Pasqual) followed by a 2 minute tantrum with the referee (should have been a yellow at a minimum)
    - Kung-fu style tackle on Fiorentina's goalkeeper Neto (again - a yellow at a minimum)
    - A stupid yellow card for an unnecessary push of the goalkeeper (this time the yellow finally comes out, hurrah!)
    - A clumsy attempt at man-marking resulting in the second Fiorentina goal by Borja Valero
    - Strolling slowly on the pitch until the end of the game

    Calling this referee scandalous is the understatement of the century. What the **** is wrong with referees in Serie A these days? This referee Mazzoleni was obviously terrified of being called a racist or something similar. Ah, btw. the Italian journalists (who bear the main responsibility of creating a demi-god out of this mediocre player with the clear intention of using him as a poster child for a multi-culti Italy) are *not* using the "super-mario" nickname anymore. Remember, just a few months ago it was all super-mario - super-mario left and super-mario right, super mario up and down. Today - silence - nothing - no more super-mario... Why not?
    Anyway, I won't post on this thread anymore as I don't think this overrated piece of s**t deserves so much attention.
     
  21. ThePhilosopher

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    There,gif'ed for you:

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    Ridiculous indeed,though another wog Vidal did one better the other day.



    The jews are a bad enemy to have.I mean you cannot rule out some big jew calling up the Ref's association and asking them to give little Mario a smooth ride.

    Balotelli is jewish(not racially obviously),by the way.
     
  22. frederic38

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    he sure doesn't deserve that much attention, but the way he is so overrated because of his race sure deserves a lot of attention on this website
     
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    Mario is having penalty problems. His last miss was called the worst miss in the history of humanity.
     
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