Mario Balotelli's return to Brescia in the summer of 2019 was supposed to be special. "Finally, I return to my city," the much-travelled striker posted on his Instagram page after signing a three-year deal with his hometown club. guidesng Emvidowealth Emvidowealth guidesng Emvidowealth guidesng Emvidowealth guidesng Naijakit Emvidowealth guidesng Tatcoin Emvido guidesng Emvidowealth Emvidowealth guidesng Emvidowealth guidesng Emvidowealth guidesng Naijakit Emvidowealth Tatcoin Emvidowealth wealth Following inconsistent, frustrating spells with Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan, Liverpool, Nice and Marseille, Balotelli was going back to the town where it all began, to join a team on the rise, a club where he would be loved, and with the ambition of recapturing his best form. He revealed his mother cried when he told her he was going to play for Brescia, and spoke about how it would have been a dream come true for his late father to know he was playing in the club's blue and white. But less than 12 months on, the fairy-tale story has twisted into a nightmarish scenario for both Balotelli and the Serie A side. Brescia has been added to the long list of clubs where, once again for the enigmatic frontman, it just didn't work out. Why always him?

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