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|Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 8:10 am Post subject: WATCH Mario Balotelli reduced to tears o
|UPDATE (6:32 p.m.): Football Italia is reporting that "there definitely seems to be no evidence"that Balotelli's tears were based on racist chants. However, Balotelli himself hasn't yet addre sed the difficulty.
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It must have been a powerful, yet painful moment Tyrell Adams Jersey for AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli when he returned to the bench through the team's match against Napoli.
Balotelli was on your bench hiding behind a jacket after being subbed by helping cover their A quarter-hour remaining.
When he removed the jacket, your camera caught a flood of tears streaming down his face.
Allegedly, as multiple sources in Europe reported, Napoli fans were definitely shouting racial slurs at Balotelli -- whose parents are from Ghana -- and they were awful enough to cut back the SaQwan Edwards Jersey 23-year-old to tears.
After the match, AC Milan manager Clarence Seedorf just didn't addre s Balotelli's tears in addition to to share which they were not "abnormal."
We are players and you will find times when we expre s ourselves in that po sition. I see no problem or abnormal during that. I experienced it from time to time too, he told Sky Sport Italia.
While Balotelli has neither confirmed nor denied any demonstration of the involvement of racial slurs in Saturday's match, he has got often been the victim of racial attacks from fans.
Last May, Roma fans taunted him, reportedly calling him Bo Jackson Jersey a "monkey."
The situation escalated to this sort of point that the referee had to reluctantly stop the match and warn fans to seal up in the stadium's intercom system.
Afterward, The Charles Woodson Jersey Guardian exposed the on-going and blatant racism that's often aimed at Balotelli, saying it's deeply-rooted in Italian culture and politics.
It is taking for a long time.
But still, Serie A has not yet found a feasible treatment for quelling fans' disturbing therapy for Balotelli, also, the fines the league has experimented with i sue being a penalty never have done enough to discourage certain fanbases.
[via Bleacher Report UK]