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Balotelli Needs A Slap Says City Coach

Former Crystal Palace midfielder and now Manchester City coach Attilo Lombardo claims Blues striker, Mario Balotelli needs a good old fashioned slap.

Mario's fellow countryman told Tuttosport...

'We knew he was a little temperamental, but he does not need a tutor. He listens to advice, then his life is his life,'

'He is young still, but a 'slap' would serve him well. Roberto has known him a long time and we must not forget Balotelli's rise in football. He became a great player instantly.'


Since the 20-year-old's move to Manchester City the club has had to endure nothing but controversy with a man who we at Vital Man City believe suffers from bipolar. To read the strikers turbulent City career, click here.

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Date:Saturday April 30 2011

Time: 11:39AM

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I think he's had a kick up the arse a couple of times already!
Oziman
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01/05/2011 10:15:00

oooooh balotelli, he's a striker, he's good at darts, an allergy to grass but when plays he's *****ing class he drives around moss side with a wallet full of cash!!!
Johnny Baguette
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01/05/2011 10:29:00

I have said it before and will say it again he needs to spend time with a psychiatrist ............
Doody
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01/05/2011 10:33:00

only *****bags get slaps
eighthsin
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01/05/2011 19:19:00

Thats a good marketing point, perhaps we should adopt it. Imagine the fortunes to be made by charging people to slap the despisable players of opposing teams.
TheFamousNo7
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04/05/2011 18:41:00

 

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