AC Milan Impose Strict ‘Code Of Conduct’ On Mario Balotelli As Used By The Italian Air Force

Chris Wright

26th, August 2015



Mario Balotelli brought his miserable stint at Liverpool to an end yesterday by swanning off to former club AC Milan on a season-long loan.

However, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan have sought to cover their arses by imposing a strict ‘code of conduct’ on the infamously easily-distracted striker in order to get him back to his best.

Balotelli has also been assigned a personal minder, who will monitor his behaviour around the clock – y’know like a naughty ADHD toddler.

The code was drawn up by Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani in conjunction with head coach Sinisia Mihajlovic, and was inspired by the regulations placed on those who serve in the Italian air force.

It reportedly includes the following measures:

Ensuring Balotelli will not damage the image of the club and his Twitter, Facebook and Instagram posts will be closely monitored.

Toning down his ‘extravagant hairstyles’

Wearing clothes ‘in keeping with the style of a club like Milan’

Cutting out his smoking habit

Always showing up on time and banned from visiting nightclubs

Yep. No potential loopholes there. Should work a treat.

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  1. Ron says:

    That should ban that stupid hat he was wearing at the airport last year as well, and do so explicitly.

  2. bykette says:

    ” Toning down his ‘extravagant hairstyles “, yeah sure that the worst way he could star in the news

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