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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:40 pm 
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Hey everyone,

What does everyone think of this guy? At first I have to say, I thought he was arrogant and didn't really back it up on the pitch. But ever since then this guy hasn't failed to entertained or impress me. Whether its his wacky off-field antics or his hilarious celebration after scoring at Old Trafford. What do you people think?

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 Post subject: Re: mario balotelli
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i don't really follow footy but my neighbour is a City supporter and he tells me of Balotelli's exploits and in some ways it reminds me a bit of when Cantona went to the other side of Manc

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 Post subject: Re: mario balotelli
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Like nearly all football players, he's an over-paid nonce trying to keep his mug in the news. Sorry, but most prominent footballers are the worst possible role models and even being influenced by one in any way shows how easily the public can be detracted from the 'real' and 'important' issues happening in life.

They kick balls fer christ sake - they don't save lives or do anything 'productive' in this world.......... ::b

(sorry - got a rant on there..... :lol: )

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Kellys_eye I agree to be honest, I enjoy watching the football I try to turn a blind eye to the annoying behaviour of players themselves. They're all over paid but it's nice to see one of them being generous with his money by paying for people's petrol and taking a boy to school to sort out his issues with bullying - not everyday you hear of such behaviour!


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hes absolutely mental like. have you heard about when he saw a young kid dolling off school? he told him to get in the car. then drove to his school. met his class mates and told them about the importance of a good education.


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If you asked Scott Parker, he'd probably say he was a thug.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012 ... ott-parker

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