Andrew Murray takes a look at Mario Balotelli’s on-the-field antics, which have recently outweighed the seemingly endless list of off-the-field shenanigans.
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A number of players have passed through the One 2 Watch microscope, so we’re opening the filing cabinet and reviewing the progress of some of the players who have featured in our series of potential world stars.
Ciaran Kelly looks at the Italian national team and believes that they are a better side than most people give them credit for.
Hold the BackPage returns for another edition with Willie Gannon back on board to join Neil Sherwin and Ger McCarthy in assessing the game’s recent talking points including the tragic passing of Gary Speed, the antics of Mario Balotelli and Luis Suarez, and Sunderland manager’s job.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Armando Diaz explains why a move to America and the MLS could be the remedy required for Mario Balotelli.
Mario Balotelli may be more than a tad crazy but Caleb Cousens believes that the game needs more like him.
Mad Mario has been at it again, but Andrew McCarten wonders whether his latest controversy would have been so bad had it been committed by someone else.
Headlines are never far away from Mario Balotelli, and Andrew McCarten looks at the similarities between himself and another temperamental Italian.
Willie Gannon argues the point that Mario Balotelli is the most important Italian player of all-time, not least the most important figure in Italy of his generation.