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Nice can be Mario Balotelli's home, not just a 1-year image rehabilitation stop

Maybe Mario Balotelli is a serial entertainer, at home being the star of a mid-level club. Mario Balotelli’s career revival plan is well underway, with the Italian striker having made a fine start to life at Nice. Five goals in his three appearances have helped propel a side who are traditionally mid-table makeweights to an unlikely spot at the top of the table. They remain the only unbeaten side in Ligue 1.
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