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Why Always Me? The Mario Balotelli Enigma

Why Always Me? The Mario Balotelli Enigma

Mario Balotelli is one of the most clinical strikers in the Swiss Super League. Bet on super Mario Balotelli’s team Sion on iLOT BET and cash out big on the best Sports Betting platform in Nigeria.

Mario Barwuah Balotelli, the Italian sensational is one of the finest strikers in his prime. However, he is arrogant, petulant and childish. When someone so young is subjected to so much abuse, things can get pretty tough. Perhaps this torment contributed to his bad character.

Mario Balotelli of Italy, one of soccer’s most gifted and eccentric players. He is God’s gift to mankind. Upon receiving the Golden Boy award, he stated that he “did not know” who Jack Wilshere was and that of all the youngsters that had won the award, only Lionel Messi was a “little better” than him. From this arrogance sprouts laziness. Balotelli believes he is so good he does not even have to try and he will score. No fans in the world will respect and warm to a lazy footballer no matter how freakishly talented they are.

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Super Mario Balotelli, the player who cuffed a pass while sliding to the ground in May 2012, assisting in Manchester City’s improbable comeback to win the Premier League. The man who raised his club jersey last fall to reveal the self-pitying message, “Why Always Me?”

Balo is an emotional young kid, he can make you or he can break you. In a good moment, he can decide the game. The next moment he can lose the match with a stupid thing and get sent off. You don’t know what you will get. He has said before that he loves his adopted family, but hates his biological parents for ditching him. Hating your natural parents would be very tough on a child and is never good. This hate of his African parents has surely had an effect on Super Mario.

It is difficult being judged by so many people, when so few possess his talent, Balotelli has said. After scoring on a late, superb volley in a group-match victory over Ireland, facing away from the goal on a near bicycle kick, Balotelli said he did not have to prove anything to anyone. “I’m not a Super Mario or a Stupid Mario,” he said at a postgame news conference. “I’m just Mario.” His late agent Raiola had compared him to Peter Pan, and he agreed to some extent. Balotelli is a special player in his prime, and still has a bright future ahead of him, but only if he can put his problems behind him and move on.

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