Italy's Mario Balotelli holds a press conference at the Juventus' sport center in Vinovo, near Turin, Italy, Sunday, June 3, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
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As far as Mario Balotelli is concerned, he doesn't have to be Italy's captain in order to be a role model.With Balotelli one of the most experienced players on Italy's squad, there had been discussion that he might be named captain.Balotelli was born in Italy to Ghanaian immigrants.Balotelli hadn't played for Italy since the 2014 World Cup.Balotelli played under the current national team coach Roberto Mancini at both Inter Milan and Manchester City.
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