Mario Balotelli’s new freakout

What’s next after this announcement?

At 32 years old, Mario Balotelli is still considered the terrible child of Italian football. A label that sticks to the skin and the jersey since his earliest years. And this is still the case today, as he defends the colors of FC Sion. A club that he joined on August 31 at the end of the transfer market. The striker, who expected more interesting offers, especially from Spain, was not attended. He therefore joined Switzerland, he who played last season in Turkey at Adana Demirspor. A new challenge for Super Mario as he continues his tour of Europe after having played in Italy, England, France and Turkey.

Reported missing in September

Therefore, the footballer left his bags in Sion. He started with his new colors on September 3 against Basel (26 minutes played, 2-1 victory). A club that he found on Sunday during matchday 15 of the Swiss championship. Meanwhile, Balotelli has played another 6 games. The time to score 4 goals, including 2 on penalties. He also had time to make some escapades that only he has the secret of. On September 16 we learned that he had been seen drunk leaving a bar in Lausanne.

A video, showing him drunk and supported by his friends to get to his car, had also made the rounds on the web. After this departure, the center forward had not given the club any news about him, very worried. Reported missing, he had missed all the training sessions for the next few days. But his club had stepped forward to defend him after the revelations made about him. FC Sion has been shocked to learn of several articles broadcasting a video of our player Mario Balotelli in Lausanne and rumors that he would not have given any more news to his club.

Fingers of honor for Basel supporters

The Swiss then added: “FC Sion regrets that this video has taken unnecessary and disproportionate proportions that damage the image of our striker. The Valais club takes the opportunity here to recall that it is very happy with the current performance of the team since the arrival of Mario Balotelli in Valais..” Supported by Sion, who had indicated that the Italian had missed the next match due to the flu, the Italian calmly resumed his merry way. But he was spoken of again on Sunday during the match against Basel (0-0).

On the pitch for 62 minutes, the former OM and Nice player lost his mind. Annoyed by a foul that was not called, Balotelli gave the Basel player the middle finger. Later, the player, who was not caught red-handed by the referee, did it again when he left the field, exasperated by the attitude of the fans. The morning indicates that for his gesture, he has already been suspended for one game provisionally. Therefore, he will miss the Swiss Cup match against Wil on Wednesday night. Still very upset, the 32-year-old went off the rails on his Instagram account by attacking the Swiss Federation and the match referee.

Balotelli shoots down the referee and the Swiss Federation

“I don’t know what kind of mafia you’re in, but believe me, players like me are not proud to be in a league where injustice, corruption and incapacity rule. Football is work and we all have to take it seriously, including the referees. I will not continue to risk my own health on the field without being protected from opponents’ fouls and fans’ attacks. I really don’t care what you were used to before, but you must change that as soon as possible and the world needs to see this league to see the shame it brings..

He concluded thus: “I made a mistake, I will pay for it. The federation was wrong, will it pay? The referee made mistakes, he must also pay for it.. A forceful exit that could not remain without consequences. The morning explains that the Swiss Football League (SFL) “He has sent his Instagram post to the league’s disciplinary committee, which will have to decide whether to follow up or not.”. Therefore, the terrible child could risk a lot if the disciplinary committee decided to punish him. Super Mario definitely does what he wants!

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