Five Things You Did Not Know About Mario Balotelli
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Five Things You Did Not Know About Mario Balotelli

We all know Mario Balotelli. He may not be with Man City anymore, but he is definitely regarded as one of Manchester City’s most controversial player and with good reason. He has several antics recorded over the years that have got him into trouble. Luckily, he’s an excellent player – so he got spared. But there are several things we bet you had no idea about the Italian striker! Read on to uncover five things you did not know about Mario Balotelli!

Five Things You Did Not Know About Mario Balotelli

1. Mario Balotelli Was Adopted At An Early Age

It was uncovered that Mario’s natural guardians had picked child care due to a dangerous ailment that had influenced Mario as a child. They couldn’t bear the cost of costly medicines for Mario. The Balotelli family came ahead with help when Mario’s folks required it the most. At the point when Mario grew up, he had the choice to return to his natural guardians yet wouldn’t do as such, saying that he abhorred the way that they had deserted him as a child.

He was then received by Silvia and Francesco Balotelli who lived in the Italian town of Brescia. For the initial not many years, Mario met his natural guardians consistently however before long quit doing as such and acknowledged Silvia and Francesco as his folks. The Balotelli family was rich and guaranteed an entirely agreeable life for Mario.

“Inside me I’m Ghanaian, and I’m proud to be African. But of course I’m Italian. I was born in Italy. I’ve never been to Africa in my life, but I will go one day,” said Balotelli about his Ghanaian background.

“I’m a naturalized Italian, but I’m from Ghana. I was abandoned by my parents and adopted by two angels. I suffer with racism everyday. I’m the first black to wear the jersey of Italy. I’m not angry, but my life experiencies make me act differently from other people. Then, try to learn more before you criticize me,” Mario Balotelli added.

Regardless of unexpected problems, Mario began playing football at an early age. In 2001, he joined the adolescent club of ‘AC Lumezzane.’ Mario created as an expert footballer and remained related with them until 2006. Playing smoothly for a few youth groups of ‘Lumezzane,’ he was at long last elevated to the senior group of the club at 15 years old.

2. Maro Balotteli Was Fined $400,000 For Going To A Strip Club Before A Game

This was during this time Balotelli was playing under manager Robert Mancini at Man City. It’s interesting to note that Mancini has just given Balotelli another chance to redeem himself at Man City.

Nonetheless, he didn’t appear to be appreciative to the head coach. One of his misfortunes brought about a $400,000 fine. This gigantic fine came in light of the fact that Balotelli penetrated the isolate rule regularly present in football clubs. Essentially, this implies that players can’t go out the night prior to a game for various reasons including not becoming inebriated, hurt, or just caught off guard for the actual endeavors anticipating them the following day. Indeed, in addition to the fact that Mario went out, however he additionally went to a strip club at 2 am. This was seen as highly controversial and listed as one of the ‘crazy’ things he did.

3. Mancini Isn’t The Only Manager Mario Balotelli Had Trouble With

The Italian striker is notorious for not being on the best terms with his bosses. Of course, there were several incidents with Robert Mancini. But along with that, Jose Mourinho wasn’t terribly pleased with Balotelli either. He is one incident Mourinho recalls with the former Man City striker.

“I remember one time when we went to play Kazan in the Champions League. In that match, I had all my strikers injured. No Diego Milito, no Samuel Eto’o, I was really in trouble and Mario was the only one,” remembered Mourinho.

“Mario got a yellow card in the 42nd minute, so when I got to the dressing room at half-time I spend about 14 minutes of the 15 available speaking only to Mario.

“I said to him: ‘Mario, I cannot change you, I have no strikers on the bench, so don’t touch anybody and play only with the ball. If we lose the ball no reaction. If someone provokes you, no reaction, if the referee makes a mistake, no reaction.’

“The 46th minute – red card!”

4. Mario Balotelli Set Off Fireworks From His Bathroom And Was Later Made The Fireworks Safety Ambassador For Man City

Very very interesting tale. Balotelli has to flee from his bathroom as it caught fire after fireworks were set off from it. The Italian striker remained unharmed, fortunately, but surely got him into trouble with then manager Robert Mancini.

A police spokesman said: “At just before 1am on Saturday, we were called to a report of a house fire at a residential home in Mottram St Andrew. Police provided assistance to Cheshire fire and rescue service, as well as ensuring residents were accounted for and there was no danger to surrounding properties. At this time, the cause of the fire is being examined by fire investigators and the police. However, it is not thought to be suspicious.”

However, the tale doesn’t end here. The hilarious and ironic part is that he was later appointed as a fireworks safety ambassador for the City of Manchester. Really, what were they thinking?

5. Mario Balotelli Has A Daughter Who He At First Denied To Acknowledge

Balotelli has a girl, Pia, who was brought into the world on December 5, 2012. Balotelli at first denied she was his daughter yet at long last assumed liability following a positive DNA test that demonstrated paternity.

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