‘I was NEVER happy at Liverpool and DO NOT want to go back’ – Mario Balotelli

first_imgMario Balotelli has revealed he was NEVER happy at Liverpool and does NOT want to move back to Merseyside in the summer.The 25-year-old striker was loaned to AC Milan this season after scoring just once in the Premier League following his £16million Reds switch in August 2014.He has struggled for game time at San Siro, too, and it was claimed in February that the Italian is set to return to Anfield in the summer after Milan decided to turn down the option to sign him permanently.But, after starting in Milan’s last two Serie A games, the Italian media are now suggesting he might have a future with Cristian Brocchi’s team and Balotelli is keen to stay in his homeland.“In terms of my future I want to stay with Milan because I was not happy at Liverpool and don’t want to go back,” he was quoted as saying by Gazzetta dello Sport.“Plus, Milan have the money to buy me.“I’ve played well in my last two games and there are six left for me to prove what I can do.” 1 Mario Balotelli had admitted he was never happy at Liverpool last_img read more

Lawmakers boycott vote that would allow US Navy ship to dock in

first_imgNo related posts. Citizen Action Party (PAC) lawmakers Claudio Monge and Juan Carlos Mendoza on Tuesday filibustered a vote in the Legislative Assembly to approve a docking permit for U.S. Navy ship U.S.S. CARR. The ship was supposed to deliver 4,134 pounds of marijuana seized in the Caribbean Sea.The two lawmakers continued giving speeches up to the deadline for the vote.The drugs carried by the ship would have been used as evidence in an ongoing trial against two Costa Rican nationals and one Nicaraguan who dropped the packages into the sea during a chase by the U.S. naval ship and a boat from Costa Rica’s Coast Guard.Fabio Molina, a top lawmaker from the National Liberation Party urged PAC lawmakers to allow the vote to take place before the 4 p.m. deadline, and after that they could resume their speeches.However, the lawmakers refused and the time expired. Both of them also refused to vote to extend the voting session.“The ship will return to the U.S. and the drugs cannot be used as evidence. Now the drug traffickers could be released,” Molina said.Public Security Vice Minister Celso Gamboa also lamented what occurred on his Twitter account: “The problem is the message that we give to the international community about what we are doing in the fight against narcotrafficking.” Facebook Commentslast_img read more