Found August 20, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Controversial soccer star Mario Balotelli is on this week’s Sports Illustrated cover, marking just the third time a non-American soccer player has appeared on the cover of the prestigious magazine. International icons Pele and Maradonna are the only others who have experienced the honor. The cover photo itself is phenomenal. Shot by Jeffery A. Salter […]
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A group of young soccer fans taught Mario Balotelli a valuable lesson. The Italian soccer star drove his shiny red Ferrari to the city of Lugano, Switzerland on Thursday night. There, he was met by a group of young fans who asked for his autograph or to take pictures with him. Balotelli refused, and the kids got even, according to Football Italia. Balotelli parked the car in a lot...
According to LiberaTV AC Milan star Mario Balotelli denied a group of youngsters autographs and paid dearly for it - his Ferrari was wrapped with toilet paper in a classic act of revenge.
Now it’s practically impossible for athletes to grant every single autograph request but this might be a lesson for Super Mario and other star athletes.
Mario Balotelli pledges not to walk off the pitch
AC Milan star Mario Balotelli says he will not stage a walk off during a match like Kevin-Prince Boateng when he is racially abused because of a ‘stupid’ law.
The 23-year-old who was born to Ghanaian parents will come up against some of the most notorious racist fans in Italy when Milan visits Hellas Verona in their Serie-A opener...
Young Balotelli playing with his biological mother and brother
AC Milan star Mario Balotelli has revealed he doesn’t like talking about his real Ghanaian parents.
The 23-year-old was adopted by an Italian couple; Francesco and Silvia Balotelli after he was given up to a foster home as a boy.
The former Man City striker who was born to Ghanaian parents had a series of intestinal...
Five things to know about AC Milan ahead of the start of the Serie A season:
AC Milan is once again the team likeliest to challenge Juventus following a season of transition. After a complete overhaul of its squad, Milan started the last campaign poorly and looked more like candidates for relegation. However, Milan's youngsters began to play well and, with...
Ghanaian-born striker Kingsley Boateng
Milan have confirmed that Kingsley Boateng has joined Catania on loan for the entire 2013-14 season.
The 19-year-old Ghanaian-born striker will join up with Rolando Maran’s side ahead of this weekend’s Serie A opener, and the deal also includes an option for the Sicilian club to purchase a 50% stake in Boateng at the end of his spell...