Anyị Romelu Lukaku Biography na-agwa gị Eziokwu gbasara Akụkọ nwata ya, Ndụ mbido, Ndị nne na nna, Ezinụlọ, Nwunye, Ndụ, Ndụ Nke Onwe na Net Worth.
In a nutshell, we portray the Life History of a Belgian footballer who has made a name for himself – for both club and country.
Lifebogger’s version of Lukaku’s Full Story begins from his early days to when he became famous in the game.
To whet your autobiography appetite on the engaging nature of Romelu Lukaku’s Bio, we’ve gone ahead to portray his early life and rise gallery.
Yes! you’ll agree with me that this photo summarizes his life history.
A nnukwu na ihe siri ike mgbaru ọsọ scorer, Lukaku a maara iji ya anụ ahụ na-gburugburu na-agbachitere. Daalụ ya, Inter weghaara nrọ Cristiano Ronaldo nke Serie A.
N'agbanyeghị ekele ndị aha ya nwere, ndị otu anyị chọpụtara - na ọ bụ naanị mmadụ ole na ole gụrụ otu akwụkwọ dị mkpirikpi Romelu Lukaku Life Story. Anyị ewepụtala oge iji kwadebe isiokwu a, n'ihi ịhụnanya anyị nwere maka onye na-eti ihe. Ugbu a na-ebutụbeghị, ka anyị bido.
Romelu Lukaku Nwatakiri Akụkọ nke:
For Biography starters, he bears the nicknames – Rocky and the Tank. His full names are Romelu Menama Lukaku Bolingoli.
The Belgian striker was born on the 13th day of May 1993 to his mother, Adolphine Bolingoli Lukaku and father, Roger Lukaku, in the city of Antwerp, Belgium.
Romelu Lukaku came to the world as the first child out of two children (himself and Jordan) born to the marital union between his parents who is pictured below.
From what we see, he took after his mum’s smile and his Daddy’s facial looks.
Afọ Na-eto Eto:
Romelu Lukaku spent his childhood years alongside his one and only brother. He goes by the name – Jordan Zacharie Lukaku Menama Mokelenge.
Pictured below, you’ll notice they are almost a similar height. Both of their ages are separated by just a year apart. Romelu’s date of birth is the 13th of May, 1993 while Jordan is the 25th of July, 1994.
Romelu and Jordan were not just close, they have remained strongly knitted since their early days.
The boys would always play together and most importantly, never allowed each other to wander in the dark alone. Put simply, both remained the lens through which they see their childhood.
For the Belgian striker, childhood cannot be complete without two more persons. The first is his cousin, Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo.
Second on the list is no other than Vinnie Frans, whom he regards as his childhood best friend and neighbour.
Vinnie is more than a friend but another brother. He has remained very close to Lukaku (to date) even before his fame.
Childhood… Ahh! The good old days when Vinnie, Lukaku, Jordan and Boli played in the big water tub would forever bring the best of Nostalgic feeling.
It is pertinent to note that – at that time – Romelu’s growth hormones had already begun making his body look older than his age.
Ezigbo ezinụlọ Romelu Lukaku:
In the neighbourhood where he grew up, his household was considered among the lower-income class. In simple terms, Romelu Lukaku’s parents were poor and broke.
His Dad – a former footballer – earned very little while he played for Belgian’s lowest league. His mum, on the other hand, was simply a full-time housewife.
Eziokwu dị mwute nke Roger Lukaku - ezumike nka na ịda ogbenye:
Playing for small teams – the likes of FC Boom and other low division Belgian clubs made Romelu Lukaku’s Dad earn little monies.
Sadly, Roger failed to save enough money for the rainy day – in preparation for when he would hang up his boots. To his greatest shock, his football career ended abruptly in the year 1999.
At the time of his forceful retirement, Roger had little savings to take care of his family. To make matters worse, he went on to make a bad investment – a family friend told DailyMail.
Putting his monies in the wrong business squandered the little saving he had gathered. As a result, his entire household had virtually nothing to feed on.
Romelu Lukaku Nsogbu Ezinụlọ:
Describing his childhood poverty upbringing, Lukaku said his mother would have to borrow bread until she could not afford to pay for it – from a nearby local bakery.
More so, Lukaku revealed that his family lived for weeks without electricity and how there was no hot water to wash after he had returned from training.
The truth is, Romelu never had breakfast during that time. The poor boy ate launch – mostly bread and milk when he returned from school.
While explaining the level of poverty faced by his family, Romelu Lukaku in an interview told the Press – in these emotional words:
M na-echeta kpọmkwem oge m maara na ezinụlọ m abụghị nanị ogbenye, ma mebiri. Ọtụtụ mgbe, m ka na-ahụ mama m ka ọ kwụ n’akụkụ friji na otú ihu ya dị.
Adị m afọ isii n'ụbọchị ahụ, m bịara n'ụlọ maka nri ehihie n'oge ezumike m n'ụlọ akwụkwọ.
Ka m na-abanye na kichin, ahụrụ m mama m na igbe nke mmiri ara ehi, dị ka nke nkịtị.
Ma na nke ugbu a, ọ na-etinye ihe n’ime ya. Mama m na-agwakọta mmiri na mmiri ara ehi. Anyị enweghị ego zuru ezu iji mee ka ọ gafee izu niile.
In a painful voice, Adolphine told her son (Romelu) to come drink the heavily diluted milk. She also brought bread (to add) which she had borrowed from a nearby bakery.
A humble Romelu, as he is, never complained as he understood the situation. He alongside his brother (Jordan) would go on to drink the diluted milk and eat bread almost every day.
Alizingghọta mkpa ọ dị ịchekwa Ọnọdụ Ezinụlọ ya:
From that day, Romelu understood that his household was really broke and in serious trouble. More so, that it was finished for them – meaning hardship had gotten the better of them.
During those times, he constantly told himself – that he needed to act/grow fast – with the mindset of saving his family.
Na-eri nri, ezinụlọ Romelu Lukaku (dị ka Neymar experienced – in his childhood) also lacked electricity. By implication, it means there was no heating in his house.
To create heat, his Mum would use gas to boil a pot of water hot. When the water was ready, Romelu and Jordan would use a cup to fetch and splash it on their head – in the name of warming up.
Anyị nwere ebe a, vidiyo na-agbawa obi ebe o kwuru banyere ezinụlọ dara ogbenye. Dika ozo, ihe ndi o gabigara dika nwatakiri.
Ndi agbata obi we chigharia ma obu nani otu onye nyere aka:
Did you know?… The mother of Vinnie Frans (Lukaku’s best friend since childhood) was the only neighbour who felt pity for his family and was willing to help.
Mrs Frans could tell that the Lukaku’s were really struggling with poverty and Adolphine (Romelu’s Mum and her friend) needed help.
Sadly, other neighbours refused to offer help in cash or kind. These were people who felt that the problems experienced by Lukaku’s family weren’t theirs – meaning they never caused it.
With no one coming to their aid, Vinnie Frans’ mum just kept helping. She did her best, but unfortunately, it wasn’t enough as the family needed more help.
N'ikpeazụ, nwee olileanya maka Lukaku:
Thankfully, Roger’s former place of work remembered him. Luckily for Romelu Lukaku’s Dad, FC Boom (the club he had retired from) offered him a small job – as a trainer.
The club supported his rent and also got him a small car. With the little income, his family’s standard of living improved. There came normal milk and electricity for the home.
Did you know?… FC Boom helped Roger Lukaku pay his family pay including supporting him with an old car. Find below, the exact home Romelu and his family lived in – during that time.
It is pertinent to note that his household – at this time – was no longer broke but remained poor. This is because his Dad’s training job was still low paying.
With the little income coming in, Roger Lukaku (with a kind heart) became very generous in sending monies to support his starving family in Congo, Africa.
Now let’s use the next section of our Biography, to tell you about the Belgian’s roots.
Ezigbo ezinụlọ ezinụlọ Romelu Lukaku:
Roger – the head of the house – started life as a professional soccer player for Zaire, now known as the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In the struggle to become successful, he moved to Côte d’Ivoire where he played his football before returning to Congo.
At the time of Roger’s return, the Central African state (Congo) was in political turmoil. That year (1990), Mobutu Sese Seko, a former dictator of Zaire (now Congo) forced the country to embark on series of painful economic reforms.
A few years later, the dictator pushed Congo into political chaos – which was followed by an all-out Civil War in 1992.
Did you know?… it was against this War backdrop that Lukaku’s father decided that he and Adolphine would flee their home country for Europe.
With help from his uncle, Roger went on to settle in Belgium – because Congo (his country) used to be a Belgian colony.
More so, during the colonial era, many Congolese migrated to Belgium to seek a better life.
An overseas Congolese community soon emerged in Belgium, and Lukaku’s father opted to settle in the country.
Upon reaching the country, the family sought refuge in Antwerp. In that city, Roger made his living by playing in the lower Belgian league.
Ọzọkwa iji mara, Adolphine adịlarị ime na Romelu mgbe ezinụlọ ya na-anwa ịkwado Belgium. Ọ mụrụ ya na 1993 ka Jọdan (nwa ya nke abụọ) bịara n'afọ na - esote - 1994.
Romelu Lukaku Mmụta:
When the time got right (age six), he and his best friend (Vinnie) began compulsory schooling.
The quest for education made Lukaku mix with kids from all sorts of backgrounds. Research has it that he wasn’t the brightest kid in school because he lacked concentration.
In fact, Romelu was far happier playing football in his neighbourhood alongside Jordan and Vinnie than doing his homework.
It would interest you to know that the picture below is the football field where Romelu first played his football. As noticed, it is just by the side of his family home.
Dị ka Marcus Rashford, the young Belgian was a part of his school’s feeding programme. The giant-like child (always appearing bigger than others in his age group) is pictured with his best buddy, Vinnie, and his schoolmates. They were all ready to devour their school meal.
Lukaku tara ahụhụ Racism na School:
Described as a humble boy, Lukaku never got himself into trouble with other school kids.
Unfortunately, because he is black and far bigger than his mates of a similar age group, poor Romelu automatically became a victim of negative stereotyping.
Only one person knew the amount of racism he suffered in school. According to his best friend, Vinnie, Romelu Lukaku regularly got the blame for nearly all fights.
In an interview with Daily Mail-Online, he gave an account of Lukaku school story – in his words;
Onye Belgium bụ Romelu Lukaku gbalịsiri ike ịkpa ókè agbụrụ n'ụlọ akwụkwọ. A mara ya ikpe mgbe niile dị ka onye ikpe mara n'ihi na ọ bụ 'nnukwu nwa ojii' ahụ.
N'ezie, ọ bụ nwata nwoke kacha nwee omume ọma m maara, onye na-agaghị emerụ ahụ ijiji. Ọ bụ mgbe niile ka ndị ọzọ bidoro ya, na-abụkarị mkparị agbụrụ.
Romelu Lukaku Untold Biography Facts – Disappointed in his Dad:
Romelu Lukaku nọrọ oge dị mkpa n'oge ya na Chelsea na-alụ ọgụ ịhapụ nna ya Roger n'ụlọ mkpọrọ ndị Belgium mgbe a mara ya ikpe na ọnwa 15 n'ụlọ mkpọrọ maka ịwakpo nwanyị ma debe ya n'ụgbọ ala ya.
Ikpe ahụ juru ya anya mgbe ọ kwụsịrị ịga ikpe ahụ. O kwuru na n'agbanyeghị na nwanyị bụbu onye hụrụ nna n'anya n'eziokwu, ọ ga-abụrịrị na ọ mepụtara akụkụ ka ukwuu nke akụkọ ya.
Lukaku Snr was supposed to attend his trial, but missed it under the claim of wasn’t been informed.
Romelu Lukaku was disappointed in his dad after the Belgium authorities found out that he had moved to another part of Brussels to register a new address in other to evade his trial. This led to quick persecution and sentencing to jail for 15 months.
'A mara onye ahịa m ikpe n'ihi na ọ bịaghị n'ụlọ ikpe,' onye ọka iwu ya kwuru. 'Ọ bụghị n'ụlọ mkpọrọ. Nwunye ya na-ata ahụhụ, mana ụmụ ya nwoke, Romelu na Jọdan, na-eme ihe niile iji mee ka nna ha pụọ ozugbo.
'Maazị Roger Lukaku mgbe ọ nọ n'ụlọ mkpọrọ na-ajụ ikpe ahụ. Emere nke a na nke ọzọ ka ekpegharịa ikpe ahụ ọzọ. Otú ọ dị, mgbalị niile emezughị. A tọhapụrụ ya n'ụlọ mkpọrọ mgbe ọnwa 15 rụsịrị ọrụ ike.
Oge mkpọrọ ya bụ oge siri ike nye ya n'ihi na nke a nwere mmetụta dị njọ na ahụike ya dị ka a hụrụ n'elu. O kwesiri inwe oke ntaramahuhu maka mmejọ a na-agbakwunye nke izere ụlọ ikpe site na ịkwaga.
Romelu Lukaku stopped this from happening as he got the best lawyer for his dad. His running around to get his dad safe and release affected his football career in terms of low performance at Chelsea.
This, in addition to his dad’s infidelity issues, amounts to the reason why they aren’t the best of friends.
Romelu Lukaku Love Life:
At the point of writing, the tall and physically strong striker is married yet neither is he single. He has a lovely girlfriend by the name Julia Vandenweghe.
Ha abụọ nwere ịhụnanya miri emi n'ebe ibe ha nọ.
Julia Vandenweghe na Romelu Lukaku ejighị ihere na-egosi na ha hụrụ ibe ha n'anya n'anya.
Ọ na-asọpụrụ ya n'ebe ọ bụla ọ kpọgara ya. Ha na onye na-akpa kemgbe afọ ole na ole ugbu a, onye ọ bụla ma banyere ya kwenyere na ọ ga-abụ di na nwunye.
Julia nwere ezigbo ntụsara nke Romelu, enyi ya nwoke. A pụrụ ịkọwa nkasi obi ya na ya n'ime ihe 6 kpatara ya,
First is his Gene. Romelu is a potential mate and can produce viable offspring. Secondly is security. He has muscles that make her feel secure.
Julia knows Romelu can protect her, no matter what. Thirdly, Romelu is a good provider. He cares for her and provides for all her needs.
Fourth, Romelu is a trophy boyfriend who has a good dress sense. For Julia, having a good looking boyfriend really gives her an advantage.
Ewezuga ịbụ onye mara mma ma dị mma, Romelu bara ọgaranya ma nwee mmekọrịta ọha na eze. N'ezie, olee ihe ọzọ ọ ga-achọ n'aka ya?.
Ha abụọ na-eji oge kachasị mma ha na-egwu egwu n'èzí. Obi abụọ adịghị ya, Julia bụ nwa agbọghọ mara mma, nke kachasị ịtụnanya na ihu na-enweghị ntụpọ.
She once worked as a Leisure, Travel & Tourism Professional in Belgium, before that she worked in customer service at Costa Crociere.
Romelu Lukaku made her resign and has now made her an entrepreneur in her work line.
Romelu Lukaku Childhood Biography – How he looked like at age 10:
Onye ọ bụla ga-asị na ha nwere ihu ọma na ha agbapụghị ya
If you played football with your age mate when you were a kid, then you’ll remember the joy of having someone who is of the same age but appears very big and intimidating. This is what Lukaku looked like at the age of 10.
He was someone everyone feared because he is always the biggest lad on the field of play. Romelu appeared like someone who would stay at the goal post and bully any attacker that comes to score.
He still has that pretty immense physical presence, this time in the opposite side of the pitch (attacking).
Romelu Lukaku Football Story:
Lukaku sonyere Rupel Boom nke dị na ya mgbe ọ dị afọ ise. Mgbe oge anọ dị na Rupel Boom, Lukmas chọtara ndị na-egwu Lierse SK, onye otu Belgian Pro League na ụlọ ọrụ ntorobịa guzobere.
He played for Lierse from 2004 until 2006, scoring 121 goals in 68 games. After Lierse were relegated from the Belgian Pro League, Anderlecht bought no fewer than 13 youth players from Lierse in the 2006 mid-season, one of whom was Lukaku.
He played three more years as a youth player with Anderlecht, scoring 131 goals in 93 games.
Lukaku mere ọkachamara ọkachamara ya mgbe ọ ka nọ n'ụlọ akwụkwọ mgbe ọ dị afọ iri na isii, wee bụrụ onye kachasị na 16-2009 na Belgium ka Anderlecht meriri n'ọgụ ndị Belgian. Ọ nwetakwara Belgian Ebony Shoe na 10.
Na windo mbufe oge 2011, Lukaku sonyeere ọgbakọ Premier League, Chelsea. Ọ pụtaghị mgbe niile n'oge mbụ ya n'ebe ahụ, wee jiri oge abụọ a na-esote na mbinye ego na West Bromwich Albion na Everton n'otu n'otu, na-edebanye aha na-adịgide adịgide maka nke ikpeazụ maka klọb-ndekọ 28 nde na 2014.
Lukaku mere izizi mbụ nke mba Belgium na 2010 wee ritela ihe karịrị 50. Ọ nọchitekwala mba ahụ na 2014 FIFA World Cup na UEFA Euro 2016.
Romelu Lukaku Biography – Winning the Ebony Shoe Award:
The Ebony akpụkpọ ụkwụ Nrite bu onyinye mmeri nke mba Beljiọm kwa afọ nye onye kachasị mma n’Africa ma ọ bụ nke Africa Belgian Pro Njikọ.
The jury is composed of the coaches of league clubs, the Mba Belgium onye njikwa, ndị nta akụkọ egwuregwu, na ndị ọka iwu (s) na-asọpụrụ.
Romelu Lukaku Biography – How he fell in love with Chelsea Football Club:
Nke a dị ka Lukaku si kwuo;
“We were with school and we had three days off in London to visit a lot of museums. I didn’t know we were visiting the Bridge so I was quite shocked.
I was 16, and already playing with Anderlecht. It was a dream come true to visit where my hero (Didier Drogba) plays.
Site n'ụbọchị ahụ, akwụsịghị m nrọ nke igwu egwu Chelsea FC. Arọ m na-egwu ebe a kemgbe m bụ 10 afọ, na-eche echiche banyere ịkwanye aka na ndị egwuregwu niile dịka John Terry na Frank Lampard na dike m, Didier Drogba. ọ dị ịtụnanya ịhụ nrọ m na-abịa n'eziokwu.
Visiting his old School:
Romelu Lukaku nwere Baccalaureate (BSc) ugbu a na mmekọrịta ọhaneze. Dị ka ya si kwuo “Going and doing well at the university while having football as your first career was very difficult for me.
It got to a time where I had 12 exams and it was also the play-offs in the Belgian league at the same time. Having my exams in the middle was a real bad feeling. Despite the hurdles, I was glad I made it. It’s something I am very happy about”.
Romelu Lukaku na-ewepụta oge iji gaa ileta Ụlọ Akwụkwọ Primary School iji kụziere ọgbọ ụmụ ọhụrụ na-ahụ maka egwuregwu football (Boys and Girls) banyere mkpa ọ dị ịhapụ ịhapụ agụmakwụkwọ ha mgbe ha na-achụ ọrụ football. O mere nke a mgbe ọ na-eme ya Gbaa ya Ọrụ amamikpe.
Romelu Lukaku Biography -How Pastor David Helped Him Overcome his Fears:
Ọ bụ pastọ David Luis onye kpere ekpere maka ya n'oge nsogbu ya na Chelsea FC.
When he is down, Romelu sees David Luiz at his side to console him and advising him to keep his head up. That action speaks volumes as to why he respects him to date.
Taa, a na-ekwu na ekpere ya maka Lukemas kwụsịrị. E wezụga inwe obi abụọ, enwere ike n'ekpere. Ọ bụ ezie na Chineke na-ahọrọ ndị ọ chọrọ ịgọzi. Romelu Lukaku, Chineke nọ n'akụkụ gị.
Dị ka Lukaku si kwuo; “David Luiz advised me that sometimes I need to lose in order to win the future! He told me to make a decision.
He told me I might need to leave Chelsea for a smaller club. That I was the only reason for a great comeback in my career. I obeyed everything he said and it came to pass”
This advice came when Romelu Lukaku felt distraught when he missed the final penalty of an important shootout for Chelsea.
Playing PlayStation 4 on Train:
Romelu Lukaku and Belgium teammates Kevin Mirallas are not just close friends. They are also addicts to the PlayStation video game.
Both players are fond of taking both TV and Playstation 4 on the train to play while they journey to away games.
Lukaku bụ onye ọkpụkpọ kacha asụ asụsụ kacha elu. Afọ 23 na-asụ Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Bekee na kwa German ghọtara.
Playing Basketball with Paul Pogba:
Paul Pogba na Romelu Lukaku bụ ezigbo ndị enyi na ndị di na nwunye. Ha na-enwe mmasị igosi na ha bụ nwoke ma ọ bụ nwanyị na-ezighi ezi dịka ha na-egwuri egwu basketball n'oge ezumike.
Here is a video of Lukaku going against Thierry Henry in Basketball.
Romelu Lukaku Biography – Scoring More Goals than anyone in the world:
Romelu Lukaku Wierd Facts:
(1) Lukaku carried his mum home from the hospital after she gave birth to him.
(2) When Lukaku does press-ups, he doesn’t push himself up, he pushes the world down!
(3) When Romelu Lukaku arrived late to training, Roberto Martinez punished all the other players for coming early.
(4) Ghosts sit around the campfire and tell Romelu Lukaku stories.
(5) When Alexander Bell invented the phone, he had 3 missed calls from Romelu Lukaku.
(6) The dark is afraid of Lukaku.
(7) Paul Scholes can hit a tree with a football from 50 yards away, Lukaku can hit Scholes with a tree from 100 yards away.
(8) Children are warned not to run with scissors. Scissors are warned not to run with Lukaku.
Romelu Lukaku LifeBogger Biography Rankings:
Lukaku chọrọ ka a mara ya maka ihe mgbaru ọsọ ya, usoro, ọsọ na ụdị ngwa ngwa. Nke a bụ LifeBogger Ọdịdị.