Mario Balotelli has promised to change his low temper and show some maturity.
The enigmatic forward had, recently, been a target of a “claimed” racial abuse by Nicolas Spolli, who was cleared of any obligation regarding the subject.
It wasn’t the first time that the 23-years-old showed his frustration during a game. Which made some of the fans attack him for his low temper and ask him to “man-up”. Even his coach, Allegri, thought so, when his team lost to Napoli back in September “Mario Balotelli isn’t a kid anymore, he’s 23 years old, and he has to change” he told the media.
Balotelli is willing to change, and this’s what he told Buone Notizie magazine.
“Compared to the past, many things are changing… I will try to change certain attitudes. But I will stay”, assuring the fans that he’s not leaving.
“I printed into my mind all the warmth of the fans when I joined this team” He added.
And when he was asked about the coaches that he played under their wings, he said:
“Everyone has played a different role. Roberto Mancini has been like a father; Jose Mourinho was a great motivator. And Massimiliano Allegri, a team-mate”
Milan is 8th in the table now with 17 points of 14 games. They will play Livorno Away in the next matchday.