The footballer, 33, on tackling racism, studying for an MBA, and why populism is a dangerous game
The first thing I can remember is riding my tricycle around the balcony of our very small apartment in Brussels. Looking back, it seems so dangerous.
My dad taught me that struggle can inspire achievement. He fought the regime of Mobutu [in Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of the Congo] and was forced into a labour camp, but he escaped to Belgium and later became the first black mayor in the...
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