Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Boban disgusted by Balotelli’s attitude

Zvonimir BobanZvonimir Boban, former Milan midfielder, criticised Mario Balotelli’s attitude, saying that he will always be smaller than the club, and pay per head sportsbooks could clearly see that the former player was not very pleased at all.

Price per head services saw that throughout his short career, there was plenty of controversy involving the striker for several disciplinary issues on the pitch and off it.

The Italy international – very famous with pay per head sportsbooks all over the world for his controversial issues – was forced out of Manchester City due to those problems, and even though he had a bright start at Milan, Balotelli was reportedly late to training two times in the last week.

The striker was not at his best this season, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that he only scored five times in 14 games for Massimiliano Allegri’s side, who are sitting 13th in Serie A.

Boban – who between 1991 and 2002 made over 250 league appearances for Milan, and was always a favourite with pay per head sportsbooks – attacked the 23-year-old, telling Sky Sport Italia: “Let’s stop always talking about this Balotelli.

“He will always be smaller than Milan and Milan will always be bigger than him. In my Milan side he would have carried bags for players such as Marco van Basten, George Weah and Andriy Shevchenko.

“He would have been slapped by people like Paolo Maldini, Marcel Desailly, Sebastiano Rossi, Alessandro Costacurta and Franco Baresi for not arriving on time.

“His listless attitude demonstrates that he is unable to comprehend certain things with his brain; he doesn’t understand what wearing that shirt means.

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“He should learn from (Milan team-mate) Kaka, a boy who has won the Champions League, a World Cup, a Golden Ball. He’s certainly richer than Balotelli, yet he runs and works like a kid.”

Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Boban is by no means happy with Balotelli, and would like to see if things change in the future.