Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts

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Moussa Dembele Childhood Story

LB presents the Full Story of a Football Genius best known by the name; “The Football Artist”. Our Moussa Dembele Childhood Story plus Untold Biography Facts brings to you a full account of notable events from his childhood time till date. The analysis involves his life story before fame, family life and many OFF pitch little-known facts about him.

Yes, everyone knows about his box-to-box midfield abilities but few consider our Moussa Dembele’s Biography which is quite interesting. Now without further adieu, let’s Begin.

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Early Life

Starting off, his full names are Moussa Sidi Yaya Dembélé. He was born on the 16th day of July 1987 in Wilrijk, Belgium to a Belgian mother, Tilly Huygens (a professional painter) and his Malian dad, Yaya Dembélé.

Moussa inherited the character traits of his Flemish-born mum, Tilly – “she’s calm, very relaxed” – rather than his Malian dad Yaya who has a bit more a fire in him and in addition, more dynamic in nature.

Growing up in Antwerp which is the same birthplace of Romelu Lukaku, Moussa did not support a team, neither did he watch football on TV. However, he found lots of joy juggling football across the street which became that instant control he used later on to decorate English football.

However, with his mum not happy about him playing in the street. In a bid to curtail her son activities, she decided to create space for him in-house. Moussa juggled ball around endlessly in an area of the living room she put aside for him to practice. “I broke everything inside the house. My mother was always very nice, she’d say: ‘OK, OK Now you are free to play in the streets.”

Moussa continued to play his football in the streets until his mid-teen years before he decided to make it professional. Dembélé started a late youth career at Belgian Pro League team Germinal Beerschot in 2003. While every youth star got their hero, young Dembele picked Patrick Kluivert as his childhood hero whom he followed his style of play. After a year with the youth team, he got promoted to their senior squad.

Moussa later had spells at Eredivisie sides Willem II and AZ in the Netherlands where he won the league title and the Johan Cruyff Shield. Dembélé transferred to Premier League side Fulham in 2010 before joining Tottenham. The rest, as they say, is now history.

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Relationship Life

There is a saying that every nice piece of work needs the right person in the right place at the right time. Surely, Moussa Dembele’s art of football is been complemented by a beautiful and wonderful lady. No other than Dutch model, Naomi Solange Singels, the love of his life.

Moussa Dembele and Naomi Solange Singels

Dembele met his Dutch girlfriend in 2012 shortly after he traded AZ for the Spurs. Naomi had been a model up to then but decided to quit her career to travel to London with her Belgian hunk. She nevertheless is still a brilliant appearance with her slim body and gorgeous long brown hair.

The Love Story of Moussa Dembele and Naomi Solange Singels

The happy and lovely couple were once expecting their first child in September 2014. They named their son Maleec which is a name of Arabic origin and means ‘king’ or ‘master’.

Moussa Dembele and pregnant Naomi Solange Singels

Their family were quite surprised to hear the news about the baby. After the birth of the baby, Moussa revealed that soft and gentle part of him that has never been seen. That part of him been so emotional about children. Surely, he is a super dad in his own way.Moussa Dembele and Son, Maleec

Naomi Solange also gets busy with little Maleec as he is called. On her Instagram profile, she just loves sharing pictures of their love child.

Photo of Maleec and mum, Naomi Solange Singels

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Family Life

Moussa Dembele hails from an Afro-American family of Islamic background. His father Yaya is from Mali in West Africa. Yaya Dembele lived in Mali until the late 1970s where he sought a new life in Europe and eventually set up an export business between Belgium and Mali.

Moussa feels a deep connection with Africa and says that after his career has finished he is thinking of setting up a footballing project for kids in Mali. In his words… “I’ve been five times to Mali and when you’re there, it makes you feel differently like you realise you’ve a lot in life to be thankful for and you have to give something back as well.”

Moussa Dembele’s mother, Tilly Huygens, is Belgian of Flemish ethnicity. Moussa also has a sister named Assita Dembele who once described her brother as a very quiet one who loves to stay at home and avoids parties and discos.

Grandmother: Moussa Dembele has a grandmother named Maria Huygens who is a football fan and once a footballer herself. Maria who is in her early 80’s lives in her home in Antwerp. She is paralysed by multiple sclerosis despite that, she will get hooked on the television to see watch her grandson Moussa. “She used to play football before it became popular for women,” Dembélé says at Tottenham’s Enfield training complex.

He continued of her…“If I listen to her stories, she was quite good! She’s been suffering from MS and has been in a wheelchair since I was a baby but watches every game and knows all the names of all the players in football.”

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Personal Life

Moussa Dembele has the following attributes to his personality.

Moussa Dembele's Personal Facts

Strengths: Moussa is Tenacious, highly imaginative, loyal, very emotional to Naomi Solange, sympathetic and very persuasive.

Weaknesses/Fears: He could feel insecure, hates flying, moody, pessimistic, suspicious, manipulative.

What he likes: He likes art just like his mum. More so, he loves home-based hobbies, relaxing near or in water, helping loved ones, a good meal with friends and saying no to racism as he once did in support for Dani Alves.

Mousa Dembele supports Dani Alves

What Moussa dislikes: Strangers, any criticism of his Mom and revealing too much of his personal life.

In summary, Moussa is deeply intuitive and sentimental. He is very emotional and sensitive, and care deeply about matters of his family or home.

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Popularity Rank

We’ve compiled the following popularity rank stats for Moussa Dembele. Find below;

Moussa Dembele Popularity Ranking

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Spelling of his Name

Dembélé uses the spelling “Mousa” for his first name e.g. on his Twitter account, and so do his club, national team and most news articles about him. However, in a 2016 interview, he said that the proper spelling ought to be “Moussa”. The name ‘Moussa’ already has an ownership by French footballer and Celtic forward – Moussa Dembele- pictured below.

Moussa Dembele Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Style of Play

Moussa initially started as a winger and played in that rôle until 2011 before switching to central midfielder role. Today, he can, however, operate as an attacking midfielder. He has been described as a footballer who is “big, powerful, technically gifted” and who has excellent “dribbling and passing abilities.”

Former teammate Jermaine Jenas praised his “passing ability”, remarking that the Belgian is “very good technically”, while also comparing him to a vacuum cleaner insofar as he “sucks in all the pressure and then releases the ball at the perfect time”. If you try to get tight to him, he is strong enough to hold you off and has the ability to look at you and go past you in the blink of an eye. Moussa has the ability to sit deep in front of his back four and dictate the tempo of a game. He was ranked 91st in The Guardians list of the 100 best current footballers in 2012.

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