His baccalaureate, his time at a Catholic college, his passion for monopolies, his difficulty swimming as a teenager or his struggles… the hidden face of Mbappe’s character off the field.
His left hand tries to do anything
In Mbappé’s 100 Shades (Solar Versions), Fabian Baumann returns to a surprising story with the player’s left arm as he begins to sprint while taking support on his leg. “During the push, as his right knee pushes forward, he extends his left arm back. The gesture of a parasite“Explains the author who relies on the words of Frédéric Aubert, responsible for the physical preparation of French football teams”Stretching this left arm back is a fantasy. (…) In the sense of speed, it is a counter-movement.»
It owes its name to a Catholic bishop
Stryker owes his first name to Kilian of Würzburg, an Irish-born missionary bishop who preached Catholicism in Bavaria in the 7th century. Little Kylian was also in the Catholic Church in a private institution at 6E and 5E, at the College de l’Assumption in Bondi, but not for religious reasons. “This college was a choice for sobriety and it gave me the framework I needed because…
Travel fan. Freelance analyst. Proud problem solver. Infuriatingly humble zombie junkie.