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4. World Cup Dreams: Thomas Meunier

World Cup Dreams: Thomas Meunier

How do you go from delivering mail in a very small town in Belgium to becoming a star right back and winger for the Belgian national team in 3 years? This is the story of Thomas Meunier. We all know about the superstars of the World Cup but some of the players participating in the 2018 tournament truly come from nowhere.

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5. "Midnight Rider" - The Allman Brothers Band cover

Performed by Thomas Meunier Music and Lyric by Gregg Allman and Rober K. Payne

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7. 15 THOMAS MEUNIER

  • Published: 2018-06-11T17:11:22Z
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15 THOMAS MEUNIER

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8. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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9. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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10. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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11. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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12. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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13. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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14. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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15. Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

Thomas Meunier: Belgium's wing-back as happy in a gallery as playing | Football | The Guardian

This article is part of the Guardian’s 2018 World Cup Experts’ Network, a cooperation between some of the best media organisations from the 32 countries who have qualified for Russia. theguardian.com is running previews from two countries each day in the run-up to the tournament kicking off on 14 June. Les Montres Molles in French; The Persistence of Memory in English. It is quite unusual to find a famous painting on the screen of a footballer’s phone, but when Thomas Meunier pushed his home button last year one of Salvador Dalí’s most recognisable works flashed up. “It’s my favourite”, he said. “It is the notion of time. It is surreal and stands out from the ordinary. Maybe that’s the reason it touches me.” The Paris Saint-German right-back’s passion for art stretches to his youth. He grew up in Sainte-Ode, a small village in the Ardennes, where his grandmother – a teacher – schooled him in drawing and painting. “There was even a period when I said that I would become a cartoon artist,” Meunier said. “I was huge fan of Bugs Bunny.” It could not quite sway him from another, deeper love, though. Football was the object of his affection from the age of five, when he walked into the family kitchen and asked his parents if he would join the local club. “When I had a ball at my feet, I was happy,” he remembered. At home, he practised his skills to the extent that any family member available – his grandmother if necessary – was pressed into goalkeeping duties. As a teenager, he watched YouTube videos of his heroes and spent hours trying to replicate their actions. The Brazilians were the ones he loved – Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho – as well as David Beckham and Paul Scholes. “A little bit of Cantona too, although I never saw him playing,” said Meunier, who supported Manchester United as a boy. Read All Comments: http://www.comentarismo.com/news/theguardianthomas-meunier-belgiums-wing-back-as-happy-in-a-gallery-as-playing-football-the-guardian

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