Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Mario Balotelli, Mario Draghi on Time magazine's top 100


New York, April 18 - European Central Bank chief
Mario Draghi and AC Milan and Italy striker Mario Balotelli have
made Time magazine's latest list of the world's Top 100 most
influential people.
Draghi, who has made the list before, and Balotelli,
appeared alongside newly elected Pope Francis.
In a brief profile of Balotelli, his former teammate
Gianfranco Zola, says the striker is a "lovely guy" playing
under a lot of pressure.
"Mario has all the qualities to be a top player: power and
athleticism, alongside a good understanding of the game - all
positive," writes Zola, who now manages England’s Watford
football club.
"He has returned to Italy from England as the main man with
lots of attention," continues Zola.
"Now he has to ensure he keeps control and keeps focus.
Mario loves the pressure, but to succeed, it is about finding
Meanwhile, in a brief article about Draghi, Christine
Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund,
describes him as possessing "fierce determination" and deep
knowledge of his job and his peers.
"After 18 months at the helm of the Frankfurt institution,
Mario has reshaped the bank," writes Lagarde.
"His down-to-earth approach and keen sense of humour
conceal a formidable will and the courage to take on skeptics
for the good of the currency - and the continent.
"Mario hasn’t won the euro war yet, but he has won many

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