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Let’s Leave ‘Racist’ Europe and Build Stadiums In Africa – Mario Balloteli Writes

Mario Balloteli
Let's Leave 'Racist' Europe and Build Stadiums In Africa - Mario Balloteli Writes

Italian professional footballer Mario Balotelli Barwuah has noted in a viral post his desire to leave Europe to build stadiums in Africa and develop the youth.

In a viral post of the notorious footballer, he noted how known African players in Europe can come together to do some good for the motherland.

Mario Balloteli
Mario Balloteli

He urged that with a little push, African players can make their Champions League a better one.

Mario’s alleged post reads:

“I challenge you all African footballers to put money together with me to leave the Racist Europe and build stadiums in Africa and develop our youth.

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We have money we can build at least 5 world-class stadiums in each country and sign a petition that no players will be exported to Europe ever again.

Here in Africa, they will play under the love of their sisters and brothers with no one singing racists chants on the stands against them. We are more talented.

We can make our Champions League quality and our leagues quality. We have great talent that is never appreciated Abroad.”

Source: OccupyGh.com

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