Jerome Boateng made his Bundesliga debut with Hertha of his native Berlin in 2007 - at the tender age of 18. He soon moved on to Hamburg and Manchester City, before settling down at Bayern Munich.
The West Berlin-born central defender is the half brother of professional football player Kevin-Prince Boateng. Although he has often been plagued by injury, Jerome Boateng was a key part of Germany's 2014 World Cup-winning squad. Following a disastrous 2018 World Cup in Russia, Germany coach Joachim Löw announced that he would no longer select Boateng, or fellow veterans Mats Hummels and Thomas Müller for the national team.
Born in Germany and raised in the Netherlands, Tracy never felt truly African. But when her parents sent her to Ghana to get to know her cultural home, Tracy discovered huge potential for doing business there. So she packed her bags and settled in Ghana permanently, launching her own company: Cocktails & Co.
After his preseason performances earned him praise from Bayern Munich players and staff, the 2014 World Cup winner was in the starting lineup against Dortmund. “He played a good game," Bayern coach Niko Kovac told DW.