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If ever anyone, either in England and especially in Italy, ever questioned what it meant to Balotelli to represent his country, Italy, then this picture should stand as proof just what it means to him.

Those tears of pain are not just coming from a place of personal defeat but at Italy losing to Spain and losing the chance to bring success to his country.

 

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3 thoughts on “What it means to Balotelli

  1. Fair point about the differences in the two games’ seltys, however, technology would be likely to slow things down and depending on what it used for, referees could still arrive at the wrong decision.a0Imagine this scenario: video technology is used during the game when a referee has missed a potential infringement. He looks again and decides the player should be sent packing. Doesn’t take too long, plus everyone is arguing/receiving treatment. The team that wins’ the red card is happy, thinking justice is done. Meanwhile, the player dismissed and his coach remain adamant it should not have been a red card. Perhaps we could use technology to speed up the appeal process? Get that done and dusted during the game as well? Before you know it, people will be calling for video replays in order to determine the coin toss. This is just one of many areas where the introduction of technology would fail to improve the game. In my opinion.a0

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