️???? N’Golo Kanté: from Suresnes to Chelsea, portrait of the darling of the Blues – Source code

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It is one of the most sung hymns by the supporters of the France team during the last World Cup: “He is small, he is kind, he ate Léo Messi, soon on the Champs Élysées, N ‘Golo Kanté! ”. A song in honor of the midfielder, considered a pillar of the Blues, as famous as his star attackers. At 30, the sixty-eight meter player has modest success. His humility and discretion have made him one of the favorites of the French during this World Cup. But before shining in the French selection as in the English league, this Franco-Malian had to overcome many obstacles at the start of his career. Source code tells you about his journey with Arnaud Detout, journalist in the sports department of Le Parisien. Editorial management: Pierre Chausse – Editor-in-chief: Jules Lavie – Reporter: Clawdia Prolongeau – Design and preparation: Clara Hage – Production: Marion Bothorel, Raphaël Pueyo and Thibault Lambert – Production and mixing: Julien Montcouquiol – Music: François Clos, Audio Network – Graphic identity: Upian – Archives: So Foot, RTL, LCFC, TF1, Chelsea FC, RMC.

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