Mario Balotelli to be walk the Neapolitan arm of of mafia, by Naples drug district according to a police report last year with two bosses of the Camorra.
Rome (SID) - he stoned youth footballer with Dartpfeilen and gathered reams of Strafzetteln with his Maserati in Manchester - now ensures Mario Balotelli once again in his native Italy excitement. The star striker of Manchester City to according to a police report last year with two bosses of the Camorra, the Neapolitan arm of of mafia, by Naples drug district Scampia walk be and is then the photo with the Godfather Salvatore Silvestri and Biagio Esposito situated to have.
"Balotelli held up in Naples to a prize-giving ceremony and and asked to see the famous places, where drugs are sold in Scampia", it is called in the police report. To meet the request of the German international, "the dealer showed how works the daily drug sale him."
The case sparked heated debates in Italy. "We are fighting for years, to give a future to the youth in the difficult areas of Naples." "We should glorify crime in any way," the Neapolitan priest Aniello Manganiello said, for years a champion against the mafia.
Balotelli, says he knew of nothing. "I wanted to visit only a quarter, about the talking much due to the crime." "I didn't know that I had to do it with mafiosi", "Super Mario" said. Balotellis Manager MINO Raiola stated that it was absurd to blame cronyism Balotelli with the mafia.
"If Mario in Scampia was, it was because he was curious to see this sadly so famous place, and certainly he did not know that were his companions in connection with the mafia," Raiola said. "Many people are moving in the world of football, and it is impossible to know if everything is".
The hot-tempered attacker is not the only football player who gets in Italy due to acquaintances with mafiosi into trouble. In the 1980s, Diego Armando Maradona was been photographed while at S.S.C. Napoli with two prominent Camorra bosses. Therefore, the superstar had to justify from the police.