Tag Archives: Racism

Only merciless approach will rid football of racism

 This article first appeared in ProstAmerika.com This past week wasn’t a good one for football, as racism reared its ugly head, once again. On Monday, Arrigo Sacchi, the man who coached AC Milan to two consecutive European Cups and guided Italy to a World Cup final in 1994, claimed that there were “too many black… Read More »

Revisiting Balotelli after Roberto Mancini says the Italian may become another Adriano

There are few people who know Mario Balotelli better than Roberto Mancini. In a recent interview with Italy’s Courriere della Sera, the former Manchester City manager claimed that Balotelli risks ending his own career. According to Mancini, Balotelli “could go the way of [Brazilian] Adriano,” and adds he “has declined in every aspect of the… Read More »