Mario Balotelli has been a footballer that around Europe has been known for not just his goalscorer ability with bags of potential, but also become of his bad boy attitude which has got him into a lot of trouble during his career. Some might say that Balotelli wasn’t able to hit the heights of which was spoken about during his career due to his bad boy behaviour, but others would still say that he has had a successful, career so we thought we’d look back at his career and some of the clubs that he has played for.
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Balotelli’s career really started to take off during his time at Inter Milan where he played for them for three seasons between 2007 and 2010. Balotelli became a rather impressive goalscorer in Milan, having scored 20 goals in 59 games during his period there and was able to win three Seria A’s on the bounce during his period there as well as a host of different cup titles in Italy. Due to his impressive play there, he was able to win the Golden Boy award in 2010.
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After weeks of speculation, Inter were finally able to agree a price for Balotelli to move to Manchester City for €21.8 million where he was then reunited with former Inter head coach Roberto Mancini. Balotelli was at Manchester City during their golden era where they were able to win their first trophy in the FA Cup in 2011 and then we was part of the inaugural squad that won Manchester City their first Premier League title and was the player to assist Sergio Aguero in one of the most famous goals in Premier League history.
After Manchester City, he has some unsuccessful moves to Liverpool and Milan and couldn’t hit the heights that he had been tipped to having won the Golden Boy Award. The next club which we thought he was hitting top form again was at Nice where he scored 33 goals in 61 games and become a bit of a cult hero there and was able to earn a way back into the Italian national side.