mario balotelli

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  1. Freethinker

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    It's laughable that anyone would believe this rubbish. The greedy negro could have easily stayed in Italy but chased the big money, of course.
     
  2. frederic38

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    yes, and ofcourse they will never admit that he wasn't really that talented to begin with, they will never admit that they were wrong and marketed him as an exceptional player only because he is black and italian
    ofcourse he can't score because he has issues, non soccer-realated issues ofcourse, "if only he could focus on soccer he would be better than messi and ronaldo" lol :lie:
     
  3. frederic38

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    i'm going to quote rebajlo, this had to be posted here:

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    "Balotelli is nothing more than an embarrassingly sub-standard clown act, whose very presence in top-level football is rapidly souring into a bit of a nightmare for the leftist fanatics who artificially elevated him to such dizzying heights.

    Just as the flatulent "cultural Marxists" of FIFA, UEFA, et cetera were recovering from their collective, arse-scorching atomic diarrhoea triggered by "Super Mario's" Italy-scuppering pseudo-football at the World Cup, the useless asphalt git turns up at Liverpool (orrai't...:icon_wink:) and puts in "performances" which are startlingly amateurish even by his own dull "standards"...

    If he had been born in England, France, or the Netherlands Balotelli would be relative unknown for - unlike Italy - such countries are crawling with "native" black footballers and their national teams have constantly fielded Negroes for over twenty five years. But as he happened to be spawned on Sicilian soil Balotelli has been thrust forward as a crass, almost comical embodiment of the relentlessly anti-White policies assiduously propagated by the sport's governing bodies, whose long-term aim is to establish Negroes and other non-Whites in all European national sides, particularly those of the "major powers". Italy, of course, was the traditional "major power" which just happened to lack a non-White presence so Balotelli consequently became one of the most pitifully obvious propaganda vehicles in sporting history.

    At his "very best", Balotelli is a second-tier (i.e. League Championship, Serie B, et cetera) player. The media has always worked overtime to paint this ugly, coiffure-challenged :scared: black prick as some kind of misunderstood genius whose quirky caprices frustratingly prevent him from harnessing his supposedly limitless "potential". With the passage of time, however, that manure-based disinformation job has become virtually impossible as the now twenty-four year old Balotelli's continual on-field helplessness has unambiguously exposed him as a complete footballing fraud."

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    Of course Balotelli's "role" extends far beyond the realm of mere sport. The systematic promotion of Negroes and other non-Europeans in sports and "entertainment" has obviously always primarily served as a vehicle for the wider, long-term aim of "selling" non-White immigration to the gullible White masses. Here in Australia, the A League now happens to feature Muslims and Negroes galore, while the NRL is crawling with Islanders and Maoris. Who would have thought... :icon_wink:

    Despite those negative effects which Balotelli's presence has had in Italy, the entire painstakingly plotted "Super Mario" campaign is curdling rather hilariously. In their rapidly tumescent haste to insert a "controversially charismatic" Negro "superstar striker" into the Italian national setup the multiculturalist puppet masters overlooked the fact that Balotelli is just too ****e a player for the job.

    Both of Balotelli's "reputation establishing" goals against Germany in the Euro 2012 semifinal where squarely down to defensive mistakes. The first was a consequence of Antonio Cassano's work out wide followed by Holger Badstuber's flat-footed gaping which gifted the Negro an unchallenged soft header. Manuel Neuer's failure to move helped as well. I reckon You or I could have put that one away without any problems. The second was admittedly a decent strike but Balotelli only managed to beat the offside trap due to a combination of Riccardo Montolivo's excellent pass and - just as significantly - Phillip Lahm's sluggish indecision.

    Baotelli's embarrassing stuff-ups at the World Cup coupled with his crap play at Liverpool are making him one of the biggest - if not the biggest - jokes in the sport. His performances this season have been so bad that even the most inventive leftist football journalists are struggling to brew up any excuses. "Potential" indeed... :lol:"

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    this mario balotelli has been one of my favourite players to monitor during the past years, only benzema gave me more fun than him
     
  4. Matra2

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    There was an incident when CF was down involving Balotelli. Before a penalty in the Europa League Balotelli went up and took the ball from his captain who looked like he was about to take it. Even Gerrard said publicly that it showed disrespect:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_Nyj5jkEPQ

    If it had been the other way round Balotelli probably would've started a fight with his teammate on the pitch.
     
  5. frederic38

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    [h=1]"Mario Balotelli has cost Liverpool £19.24m per league goal, £962,000 per shot and £80,000 per pass since arriving at Anfield[/h]
    • Mario Balotelli was poor again in Liverpool's 1-0 loss to Hull on Tuesday
    • Italy striker was subbed after 65 minutes at the KC Stadium
    • He was signed for £16m from AC Milan at the end of August
    • £90,000-a-week Balotelli has scored just one Premier League goal
    • He has created just 10 chances and had 20 shots on target in 16 games"
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-3060639/Mario-Balotelli-cost-Liverpool-19-24m-Premier-League-goal.html

    in liverpool's defeat against hull, he is guilty on the only goal of the game:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/fo...-Brendan-Rodgerss-Champions-League-dream.html
     
  6. ThePhilosopher

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    Lol,a new low in the Balotelli Horror story.

    [h=1]Italians ask Reds for Balotelli 'discount'
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    I couldn't make this up if I tried!:pound:
     
  7. ThePhilosopher

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    [h=1]Balotelli will come good - Pirlo
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    Yeah,right:madgrin:.
     
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    Balotelli's agent on Liverpool FC striker's slump as he considers summer China move



    Balotelli must be one of the worst black flops ever,along with Ali Dia Freddy Adu.And here I was stupidly giving him more credit than he deserved,saying Turkey beckoned next for him.
     
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    Balotelli refuses to give up on Ballon d'Or dreams

    "I have not done enough in recent years. I can do much better. But it takes time. On a scale of one to 10, I have only reached five. But I will get to 10 eventually, because that is my goal," Balotelli told Corriere della Sera.

    "I want to win the Ballon d'Or. Although I realise I got stuck at five out of 10 in the last two years when my goal was to get closer to 10. I know people will laugh when I say I want the Ballon d'Or. I have not done everything needed to become the best.

    "But the most important thing is that I have realised my mistakes and it is not too late yet. I don't want to reach the end of my career thinking that I have not done everything to become the best.

    "Until two years ago I was happy with what I had. I was doing well and I was happy with the way things were, even if I was aware of my flaws. I was not thinking about improving.

    "I started working harder two years ago, even if the results are not there yet. Maybe I am paying for the previous 23 years. But I am calm. I know that things have changed for me over the past two years."


    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/balotelli-refuses-ballon-dor-dreams-084825096.html
     
  11. Freethinker

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    For Balotelli:
     
  12. ThePhilosopher

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    Andrea Pirlo on Mario Balotelli: 'I thought he'd be one of the world's best players by now'

    Do Pirlo and Balotelli share the same agent or something?Why else would Pirlo make a fool of himself by praising Balotelli,time and again?
     
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    noooo
    Balotelli also here!
    record goals in Serie A:
    14 goals (with 6 penalties)
    a bust!!

    physically a great athlete with really remarkable technical qualities.
    has an oscillating iq
    from 12 to 13 I assume.
    (mourinho - called the special1 - called him '1neuron) *
    balotelli is not able to wear a 'training bib alone'**.

    he also has no tactical instructions.
    Perhaps the tactic has never been taught to him because he was 3 times stronger than the 'peers' as a child - so he played well even out of position as a kid. (hat-trick in Barcelona with 8 goals in the youth tournament).
    In any case he is not able to understand anything in any field, I say it without malice (indeed a little I'm sorry)
    Balotelli is a pure political operation on a large scale, Italian blacks are few.
    also other white bust players were acclaimed with few merits (example cassano) but none as balotelli.

    Mario's excellent performance in a European championship, on that occasion his raw talent managed to shine. now it is constantly included in the clasdations of the most expensive bins in the history of football (thanks to the crazy figure paid by the British for this boy 'little acute')
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    https://it.eurosport.com/calcio/uef...nza-vale-piu-dei-piedi_sto6924325/story.shtml
     
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