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Manchester United reportedly ordered a player to delete a tweet that showed who the club’s fastest and slowest players are
Luke Shaw is the slowest player at Manchester United, according to a since-deleted tweet that Romelu Lukaku posted.
Manchester United and Belgian star Romelu Lukaku talks about his World Cup experience, the end of his international career, and a little advice Jay-Z ...
Romelu Lukaku has become one of the best strikers in the world with Manchester United and the Belgian national team. After a wild run in the World Cup, Lukaku is adjusting to the Premier League and set to continue to improve.
Romelu Lukaku says younger soccer players aren’t as hungry for success anymore because they can make more money at an early age
Romelu Lukaku said the next generation of Belgian players is skilled and has access to better training, but he worries about their hunger because of the money they've been making.
Romelu Lukaku says he plans to retire from the Belgian national team after 2020 and won’t play in the Qatar World Cup
Romelu Lukaku told Business Insider that he doesn't see himself playing for the Belgian national team after Euros in 2020. He said in two years, the next generation of Belgian players can come for his spot.
The star of the most clever play of the World Cup explained how he set up a game-winning goal without touching the ball
Romelu Lukaku's dummy play against Japan in the World Cup took some excellent field vision and intangible chemistry with his teammates. He said it was one of the best plays of his career.
Romelu Lukaku said Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is similar to San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich in that they're kinder and more supportive to players behind the scenes than they are to the media.
Manchester United star Romelu Lukaku says he memorized every goal from a World Cup when he was 6 to become one of the best soccer players in the world...
Romelu Lukaku studied the 1998 World Cup when he was five years old, memorizing the goals and the actions. He decided to become a pro soccer player, practicing by himself to achieve his dream.
Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku was the key to the most stunning goal of the World Cup, and he didn’t even touch the ball
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku was the key to the most stunning goal of the World Cup and he didn't even touch the ball.
Romelu Lukaku, a striker for Manchester United and Belgium who scored two goals in Belgium's opening World Cup match, grew up in poverty with a family who could not even afford to watch Champions League matches.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku is now more valuable than FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi.