ROME – If the child is the first millennial to put his signature on Serie A, if he is "born ready" so much as to have always marked as soon as he is thrown into the fray, the secret besides the natural talents is in discreet intelligence and sweet determination by Annabelle, the mother of Moise Kean, the young striker for Juventus and the National team. If he does not make a mistake he owes it to this woman who arrived in Italy in 1990 from the Ivory Coast and who alone (the father has just returned and has had time to declare himself Northern League ) has raised his two children before to Vercelli, then in Asti, before settling in Venaria near the training ground of his son now one step away from consecration as a champion.
After a lifetime of sacrifices today that the son has made it he could fold his arms and enjoy a comfortable maturity, he prefers instead to engage, always with discretion, to help the foreign mothers who came to Italy without being able to count on help, support. At the oratory of Asti, where she is a volunteer, they know her well, now that she is the mother of the champion, her ascendant is even higher if possible. "Isabelle does not like to recall the dark years – writes Giulia Zonca on La Stampa – but she has no intention of removing them. They have taken it up to here, to the point of being an example: "Having this consideration is important. I am excited and happy to be able to help out in a city that is dear to me. There is a proverb that says: remember where you came from "". (source La Stampa)
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