Racism: Mario Ballotelli Challenge African Players to form their Own Champions League.

Due to the Racism faced mostly by African and some South American Footballers, Super Mario Urge the the African Players to Unite.
Mario Balotelli, pictured here during his spell with Brescia, has joined another former Milan player, Kevin-Prince Boateng, at Monza. Photograph: Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images

Racism in Football

It is well known to football fans that Racism is one of the problem yet unsolved in the beautiful game.

A lot of players are being racially abused on several occasions, the likes of Dani Alves, Neymar Jnr, Samuel Eto'o, Didier Drogba, Paul Pogba, Memdy and many more.

But the most common name that pop up always when the Topic Racism in Football was discussed is Mario Ballotelli (Super Mario).

Ballotelli Early Career

Mario Balotelli Barwuah was born on 12 August 1990, in Palermo, Italy. Ballotelli is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Serie B club Monza.

He started his professional football career at Lumezzane and played for the first team twice before having an unsuccessful trial at Barcelona, and subsequently joining Inter Milan in 2007. Inter manager Roberto Mancini brought Balotelli into the first team, but when Mancini left, Balotelli's disciplinary record fell away. He had a strained relationship with new manager José Mourinho and was suspended from Inter's first team in January 2009 after a number of disciplinary problems.

Super Mario Response

He was always being attacked (Racially) for his Black Skin Colour (But he always Respond in his own ways), Despite playing for Italy, Ballotelli is a Ghanaian Native who got the opportunity to represent European Country Italy.

Super Mario Responding to Racists After Scoring against Man U

Challenge to African Players

Due to the Racism faced mostly by African and some South American Footballers, Super Mario Urge the the African Players to Unite themselves and create their own league and competitions since Europe is not appreciating their Talents.

In his words: Mario Ballateli

 "I challenge you all African footballers to put money together with me to leave the Racist Europe and build stadiums in Africa and develop our youths".

"We have money we can build at least 5 world class stadium in each country and sign a petition that no players will be exported to Europe ever again. Here in Africa they will play under love of their sisters and brothers with no one singing
racists chants on the stands against them".

"We are more talented. We can make our Champions League quality and our leagues quality. We have great talent that is never appreciated Abroad".