LB presents the Full Story of the Late Football Bull best known by the Nickname; ‘ Mr T ‘. Our Cheick Tiote Childhood Story plus Untold Biography Facts brings to you full account of notable events from his childhood time till date. Analysis involves his life story before fame, family life and many OFF and ON-Pitch little known facts about him. Lets begin.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Early Years
Late Cheick Ismael Tioté was born on 21 June 1986 in Yamoussoukro, capital city of Côte d’Ivoire by his parents, Late Mr and Mrs Toite. He was convinced a trouble-torn, poverty-stricken Shanty town in Yamoussoukro. He claimed this was what he believe made him strong.
He grew up from the brink of a bloody riot which ravaged his village and led to his parent’s death.
After the death of his parents, Tiote had to move to the hometown of Abidjan which was regarded as a safe city. He admited it was the city was that led him to football.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –His Death
On Monday afternoon, June 5, 2017 the entire football fraternity was thrown into deep shock and mourning following the untimely death of Ivorian and former Newcastle United star Cheick Tiote. Report reaching LifeBogger.com explains that the experienced Cheick Tiote died aged 30 after collapsing in training with his club Beijing Enterprises. Sadly, he was said to be expecting a new baby barely few days after his death, but he has passed on and left three kids before his death.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Trusting Witch Doctors to cure his injuries
Lots of questions have been raised since hearing his death. Like… What killed Cheick Tiote?..
There have been reports that explains how Witch Doctors killed Cheick Tiote. You might be surprised about this if you know nothing about his history with them.
It is pertinent to note that the ruthless defensive midfielder has a habit of trusting witch-doctors to cure his football injuries. He claimed witch doctors have once cured him when he struggled with fluid on his right knee which caused him pain and restricted his movement. Back then at Newcastle, Tiote was used taking permission from Magpies owner Mike Ashley to return to the Ivory Coast to see his witchdoctors.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Family Life
Tioté comes from a devout Muslim family. In an interview with the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, Tioté said he had nine brothers and sisters. Growing up in Abdijan, he gave up his studies at a young age, stating that,
“Football has always been the biggest thing to me. Growing up in Abdijan’s worst Shanty town, I knew what I wanted to do and made sure that this was going to be my life. But I worked and worked and worked for it and it is because of that hard work that I have managed to make it.”
He supports his five brothers and three sisters with the monies he once earned from football.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Relationship Life
He has two children with his first wife, Madah. They lived in a £1.5million mansion in Ponteland near Newcastle.
The marriage had taken place before the start of the season. His agent Jean Musampa, confirmed the marriage to the local newspaper, saying “I can say that he did get married and that it is his second marriage.”
The Sun reported that the first wife was ‘comfortable at first’ with him being married but later decided to call the relationship off because she claimed in her words ‘He went to meet my mum and explained to her why he needs to get an extra wife. He used me like a mop. He is a pig’.
Shortly afterwards, it was reported that he ended things with his mistress called Nikki with who gave birth to a child for him whom he calls Raphael.
When criticized about having 2 wives and a mistress, the ex Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote was quick to defended his lifestyle by claiming “there is nothing unusual about having two wives and a mistress.”
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Almost went to prison
In October 2013 Tiote was lucky to avoid prison after admitting to possessing a fake driving licence and drinking as well.
He was given a seven-month suspended sentence and 180 hours of unpaid community work. Judge James Goss said Tiote, 27, avoided jail only because he pleaded guilty.
The Judge let him off, saying: ‘I have no doubt that, using your considerable talent, you will be able to assist others in the community by encouraging them and passing on your skills that way.’
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Owning Fashion Line Businesses in Nigeria
In February 2014, Tioté launched series of men’s fashion line which he called TIC, with designer Yusuf Abubakar, a Nigerian who managed it for him.
According to Akubakar; “Tiote is a really nice and down to earth guy. When I met him I was really star struck but he was really friendly. He often calls me boss even thou I work under him. I find working for him incredible. He takes on board what I say and it works well.”
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Career in Summary
He began his career with Ivorian minor league side FC Bibo. In 2005, he was scouted by Belgian club Anderlecht, after which he made his debut for Anderlecht in a Belgian Cup match which they lost to Geel. In the 2007–08 season he played on loan for Roda JC to join up with Ex-FC Bibo and international team mate Feyenoord’s Sekou Cissé. On 2 October 2008 Cheick Tioté signed for Dutch Eredivisie league side FC Twente for a fee reported to be around €750,000. He won the Dutch title in 2009/10 season and also featured in the Europa League and Champions League. Tioté joined English Premier League side Newcastle United on 26 August 2010 for a fee of £3.5 million.
Cheick Tiote Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –LifeBogger Rankings
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