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In recent days, rumors regarding Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli’s transfer to AC Milan have been heating up. Today they were confirmed, Balotelli heading back to Italy for a £19.5 million fee and a contract through 2017. But we’re more interested in The Sun’s report (and pictures!) of some Manchester United fans pissing on Balotelli’s car and bare-assing the back window.
It’s not often that you see a ball bend this much. Luis Suarez curved a free kick right around the Man City wall in the 66th minute, leaving keeper Joe Hart with little time to react as the ball just skirted into the corner. Video, after the jump.
Welp, luckily, the Manchester City striker has managed to get over his pain and go back to doing Mario Balotelli things: namely, running up insane bar tabs and dating ridiculously attractive women. The world is back to normal. Everybody, chill.
The Black Eyed Peas’ Fergie and Sir Alex Ferguson don’t have much in common. The former is a well-known pop star. The latter is the longtime Manchester United manager/soccer icon. But they do have one significant thing in common – last names. And today, that similarity caused a ton of confusion – as well as some panic.
For the first time in 44 years, Manchester City has won the English Premier League title, thanks to an incredible come from behind victory in injury time against the Queens Park Rangers. One of the most dramatic finishes in sports history, after the jump.
You’ve seen fans run onto the field. You’ve seen fans run onto the field, impersonate referees, and possibly incite bench-clearing brawls. You’ve even seen field-rushing dogs. But have you ever seen that rarest of beasts – the dual field rusher/handcuffer?
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Most of us have a story or two about something incredibly idiotic we may have done during our naive and ill-conceived youth. Young athletes, however wealthy or in-the-spotlight as they may be, are by no means immune to dumb behavior.
Mario Balotelli, a 21-year-old striker for Manchester City, “had to escape from his burning house after a fire caused by letting off fireworks in the bathroom” earlier this week.