5. Juli Frankfurt - Was sich in den vergangenen Tagen schon angedeutet hatte, ist nun Gewissheit: Kevin-Prince Boateng wird die Frankfurter. 5. Juli Eintracht Frankfurt lässt Kevin-Prince Boateng nach nur einem Jahr wieder ziehen. Das macht die Personlplanungen bei den Hessen nicht. 3. Juli Schock-Nachricht für alle Eintracht-Fans: Kevin-Prince Boateng will die Eintracht Richtung Italien verlassen. Der Pokalsieger bestätigte den.
Boateng was born in Berlin. He is divorced from his first wife Jenny  with whom he has a son, Jermaine-Prince. Boateng is multiracial and has a tattoo of the map of Ghana and the country's name on his arm — a visible link to his Ghanaian heritage.
Boateng is a keen singer and dancer,  and has said that his singing and dancing idol is Michael Jackson. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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A good number of years ago — probably around the time he ended Michael Ballack's FIFA World Cup journey before it had even begun with a bloodthirsty challenge in the English FA Cup final — you might have been right, but not any more.
Long gone is the nomadic wild child who, by his own admission, used to paint the town red at least six nights a week whilst in London with Tottenham Hotspur.
In his place, stands a dedicated husband and father, an on-field leader and all-round good egg, shaped by his hand-to-mouth existence growing up in the rough-and-tumble of Berlin's Wedding district and emboldened by his experiences on the hallowed turf.
Boateng has "done a lot of growing up" since his international playboy years, but it wasn't until January that the world began to see the much-maligned Ghana international in a different light.
Subjected to a torrent of racist abuse during a mid-season friendly between then employers AC Milan and lower-league Pro Patria, the son of a Ghanaian father and German mother took a ground-breaking stance: A few months later, Boateng spoke at the UN about his exemplary actions, before being named FIFA's first global anti-discrimination ambassador.
Racism is real, it exists here and now. Boateng continues to lead the fight against racism in football and the racist minority to this very day.
In many ways, Boateng's three-year stint in Italy was the career turning point he had been looking for. The former Hertha Berlin , Borussia Dortmund , Spurs and Portsmouth man had fallen out of love with the game, when a summer transfer to Genoa and immediate loan move to Milan took him from the brink of calling it quits to the very top of the game.
Boateng won the Serie A title in his debut season at the San Siro, playing alongside and learning from some of the best players in the world: Paulo Maldini, Ronaldinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to name but a few.