Ex-Manchester City and Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli fires warning to ‘cowardly b******s’ that vandalised his car that they ‘better pray hard’ he never finds them after passenger-seat window is smashed by thugs
- Mario Balotelli has fired a fierce warning to vandals who damaged his car
- The former Man City star named them ‘cowardly b******s’ on in Instagram story
- The striker said offenders ‘better pray hard’ he doesn’t find them in angry post
Mario Balotelli fired a fierce warning to the ‘cowardly b******s’ that vandalised his car after his passenger-seat window was smashed by thugs.
The video showed his car covered in broken glass and hit with further damage to the interior before a follow up message expressed his distain for those responsible.
Mario Balotelli fired a fierce warning to the ‘cowardly b*****s’ who vandalised his car
The striker posted a video on his Instagram story of broken glass and his smashed car window
He coup;ed video with angry message saying offenders ‘better pray hard’ he doesn’t find them
‘I know that you… YOU whoever you are will become aware of this message,’ the 30-year-old wrote.
‘I tell you just that you better pray, and pray hard, that I never find out who you are, because I will make sure you are persecuted for life by the law, seeing as ‘I can’t’ do it any other way. You cowardly b******s.’
The former Premier League striker is now without a club after leaving Brescia when they were relegated form Serie A at the end of the 2019-20 season.
He is rumoured to be close to joining Brazilian side Vasco de Gama on a free transfer despite his representatives also reportedly holding surprise talks with Championship side Barnsley last month.
The former Premier League star is reportedly close to joining Brazilian side Vasco de Gama
He has been training with Italian Serie D side Franciacorta after leaving relegated Brescia
The forward made his name at Inter Milan under Jose Mourinho, before moving to Manchester City in 2010 where he was part of the club’s title-winning side in 2012.
The 30-year-old has attracted the spotlight throughout his career but never fulfilled potential
After a brief spell in Milan between 2013 and 2014, the Italian forward moved to Liverpool but failed to make an impact under both Brendan Rodgers and Jurgen Klopp, so returned to Milan on loan.
The 30-year-old had a three-year spell at Nice before having short-term stints at Marseille and boyhood club Brescia – where he fell out with the club’s owner Massimo Cellino.