Mario Balotelli set for Italian air force-style behaviour clause in Milan contract

Mario Balotelli will have a good behaviour clause inserted into his contract with Milan which will ban extravagant haircuts and clothing and commit him to a healthy lifestyle.

It appears like he's not going to be appearing on North American television screens for awhile only in Europe of course but does anyone care? he's kinda famous you know. I first witnessed the Italian appear in the FIFA Soccer World Cup in South Africa then Brazilia. But following last weekends selection process in front of Russian executives and investors World Cup soccer isn't taking the upper hand it's replaced boring air time especially on the weekend after that sorry sales pitch social networking is buzzing and/or get outta here to be lectured about your lifestyle. In a separate incidence soccer fans should maybe change how they share information following this controversy which involved FIFA president and members of his staff certain individuals just don't know where else to turn to for support however demeaning a task around God knows who. I didn't know what to think when FIFA granted the cup to Russia, there was trouble before that moment things have calmed down more minutes added to the hour. Not to sound selfish but lately it's become uncommon to go places I guess the more migrants they arrest and harass the worse it become what is all this nonsense? I never been to Milan. Headlines posted below about this next World Cup an event which looks grand, I don't want to make anyone do anything but do something just click and read. Russia won the rights to stage the 2018 World Cup under Blatter’s auspices. That 2010 decision, along with the award to Qatar of the 2022 tournament, is the subject of a Swiss criminal investigation running parallel to the US action.

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After it was over it just doesn't sound like soccer is organized no credit was given to events which lead to the South African World Cup. I wrote about it on my blog, Russia isn't obviously going to mismanage the soccer biz their looking for profits which I had expected North America would experience unfortunately biz doesn't share anything the audience get's counted the problems don't get repaired like boom. Swiss judicial authorities are investigating the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar as part of a far-reaching corruption scandal that has also raised questions about the 2010 event in South Africa. Evidence of corruption this perhaps means taking the World Cup to places it doesn't need to go to for instance whoever had it before the Brazilians, and there aren't any jobs the World Cup is bigger than some may think of it to be. I was guessing to maybe promo the brazilian World Cup event by mentioning a cheap tournament by reducing the cost doesn't anyone want to offer cash and coupons anymore, just go to where it's played. There just isn't any money some do whatever it takes to make ends meet but as far as I know Mario Balotelli wears a jersey for Italia and he's getting into all these problems I don't know what to expect anymore. It doesn't sound good but he's a cool guy intelligent soccer player black coaches loosing their jobs looking around I don't find it ironic I opened this blog to begin with. There is nothing to do now I knew it was over when the Malaysian Airliners went down I missed the "On the run tour" we're taken by suprise, they showed it on television who knew Dutch Safety Board Investigation needs to provide answers quickly. Ukraine and the west suspect it was destroyed by a surface-to-air missile fired by Russian soldiers or Russia-backed separatist rebels fighting in the area.Your also welcome to look at these interesting articles posted below.

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