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Thibaut Courtois
2011 Courtois joined Premier League club Chelsea for a reported €9 million, signing a five-year deal. Within weeks of joining Chelsea, Courtois was

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Thibaut Courtois Courtois lining up for Belgium at the 2018 FIFA World CupPersonal informationFull name Thibaut Nicolas Marc Courtois[1]Date of birth (1992-05-11) 11 May 1992 (age 26)[2]Place of birth Bree, BelgiumHeight 1.99 m (6 ft 6 in)[3]Playing position GoalkeeperClub informationCurrent team Real MadridNumber 25Youth career1997–1999 Bilzen V.V.1999–2009 GenkSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)2009–2011 Genk 41 (0)2011–2018 Chelsea 126 (0)2011–2014 → Atlético Madrid (loan) 111 (0)2018– Real Madrid 2 (0)National team‡2009–2010 Belgium U18 4 (0)2011– Belgium 67 (0) Honours Men's football Representing  Belgium FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 September 2018
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 11 September 2018

Thibaut Nicolas Marc Courtois (Dutch: ; French: ; born 11 May 1992) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Belgium national team.

Courtois graduated through the youth system of Genk, and aged 18, he played a key role in the team's Belgian Pro League victory. In July 2011 he joined Chelsea for a reported £8 million, and was immediately loaned to Atlético Madrid. In three seasons there, he won the Europa League in 2012, the Copa del Rey in 2013 and the La Liga title in 2014. He also won the Ricardo Zamora Trophy for best goalkeeper in La Liga, for his performances in his two latter seasons. Courtois returned to Chelsea in July 2014, and in his first season he helped them win the League Cup and the Premier League title. Two years later, he won the Premier League Golden Glove as Chelsea again won the league. Later, Real Madrid signed him for £35 million, becoming La Liga's most expensive goalkeeper, surpassing the record set by Jan Oblak.

Courtois made his senior international debut in October 2011, becoming the youngest goalkeeper to represent Belgium. He has since earned over 60 caps and appeared at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup where he was awarded the Golden Glove as best goalkeeper of the tournament as the Belgians came third.

Contents
  • 1 Club career
    • 1.1 Early career
    • 1.2 Genk
    • 1.3 Chelsea
    • 1.4 Loan to Atlético Madrid
      • 1.4.1 2011–12 season
      • 1.4.2 2012–13 season
      • 1.4.3 2013–14 season
    • 1.5 Return to Chelsea
      • 1.5.1 2014–15 season
      • 1.5.2 2015–16 season
      • 1.5.3 2016–17 season
    • 1.6 Real Madrid
  • 2 International career
    • 2.1 2014 World Cup
    • 2.2 Euro 2016
    • 2.3 2018 World Cup
  • 3 Style of play
  • 4 Outside football
    • 4.1 Personal life
    • 4.2 In popular culture
    • 4.3 Controversy
  • 5 Career statistics
    • 5.1 Club
    • 5.2 International
  • 6 Honours
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links
Club career Early career

Courtois was born in the city of Bree in Flanders, to a Walloon father and a Flemish mother.[4] He began his career with local side Bilzen V.V.,[5] as a left back. Soon after, in 1999, he joined Racing Genk at the age of seven, and it was there that he was converted into a goalkeeper.

Genk Courtois at Genk during the 2010–11 season

Courtois progressed through the Genk youth system, where Koen Casteels was initially regarded as the primary goalkeeper, but during an injury crisis Courtois, aged 16 years and 341 days, made his first team debut on 17 April 2009 against Gent. After turning down a transfer to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim of the Bundesliga, Courtois was made first-choice goalkeeper for the 2010–11 season ahead of Casteels, when Laszlo Koteles' registration ran into issues.[6]

He was a key figure in Genk's title victory in the 2010–11 season in the Belgian Pro League. He received the Goalkeeper of the Year and Genk's Player of the Year award, only conceding 32 goals over the course of 40 league matches and keeping 14 clean sheets for Genk.[7][8]

Chelsea

In July 2011 Courtois joined Premier League club Chelsea for a reported €9 million, signing a five-year deal.[9][10]

Loan to Atlético Madrid Courtois playing for Atlético Madrid in 2013

Within weeks of joining Chelsea, Courtois was sent on a season-long loan to Atlético Madrid.[11] He was given the number 13 shirt by Atlético, previously worn by David de Gea who had transferred to Manchester United.[12]

2011–12 season

Courtois made his debut for Atlético in a 4–0 UEFA Europa League victory over Vitória de Guimarães on 25 August,[13] and three days later kept a clean sheet on his La Liga debut, a goalless draw against Osasuna at the Vicente Calderón Stadium.[14] Courtois became first-choice goalkeeper over Sergio Asenjo, keeping four clean sheets in his first six La Liga games.[15][16][17][18][19] On 26 November 2011, Courtois received his first red card of his professional career after fouling Real Madrid's Karim Benzema for a penalty in the Madrid derby. Cristiano Ronaldo put the penalty past substitute goalkeeper Asenjo as Atlético lost 1–4.[20] Atlético reached the 2012 UEFA Europa League Final, and Courtois kept a clean sheet as the club won 3–0 over fellow Spanish side Athletic Bilbao.[21]

2012–13 season

Courtois' loan to Atlético was extended to cover the 2012–13 season.[22] His first game of the loan extension was against parent club Chelsea in the 2012 UEFA Super Cup final in Monaco, which ended in a 4–1 victory for Atlético Madrid. Later in the season Courtois set a new Atlético Madrid record of 820 minutes without conceding a goal at the Estadio Vicente Calderon,[23] ended by being beaten in a 1–0 loss to Real Sociedad.[24] Atlético reached the 2013 Copa del Rey Final, and Courtois was named man of the match[25] in a 2–1 victory against Real, the first time that Atlético had beaten their city rivals in 14 years.

2013–14 season

For the 2013–14 season, Courtois' loan to Atlético was extended by a further 12 months.[26]

When Atlético were drawn to play Chelsea in the Champions League semi-final, it was reported that a clause in Courtois' contract required Atlético to pay Chelsea €3 million per match if they selected him against his parent club, and that Atlético could not afford such a sum. UEFA made it clear that considerations of sporting integrity made such a clause "null, void and unenforceable", and confirmed that Atlético were free to select Courtois without making any such payment.[27][28]

By conceding the fewest goals in a substantial number of matches during the 2013–14 season, Courtois made an important contribution to Atletico's 2013–14 La Liga title, their first since 1996. Thus, he was nominated as the best goalkeeper in the league, alongside Willy Caballero of Málaga CF and Keylor Navas of Levante UD.[29] Atletico, however, lost the UEFA Champions League Final 1–4 against neighbours Real Madrid on 24 May in Lisbon.[30]

Return to Chelsea 2014–15 season Courtois playing for Chelsea in 2014

In June 2014, Chelsea manager José Mourinho confirmed that Courtois would return to Chelsea for the upcoming season.[31] He was assigned the number 13 kit number, last worn by Victor Moses.[32] On 18 August, Mourinho announced that Courtois would start the Premier League opener against Burnley in place of Petr Čech. Although he conceded the first goal to Scott Arfield at Turf Moor, Chelsea won 3–1.[33] Courtois kept his first Premier League clean sheet in his second game, making several crucial saves in a 2–0 home win over Leicester City.[34]

On 11 September 2014, Courtois signed a new five-year contract with Chelsea, keeping him at the club until 2019. Upon signing Courtois said: "It’s really nice to have signed this new contract for five years."[35]

Courtois suffered a head injury in the first half of Chelsea's 2–0 home win over Arsenal on 5 October due to a collision with Alexis Sánchez; he was substituted and then taken to hospital.[36] He was then treated for a minor cut to his ear and released from hospital that night.[37]

He won his first trophy with Chelsea on 1 March 2015, as they defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 in the League Cup Final, with Čech instead playing in that match;[38] Chelsea also finished the season as league champions.

2015–16 season

Courtois opened the season by playing in the 2015 FA Community Shield on 2 August, a 1–0 loss to Arsenal.[39] Six days later, as the Premier League campaign opened with a home fixture against Swansea City, he was given a straight red card for conceding a penalty with a foul on Bafétimbi Gomis, who converted the penalty past replacement Asmir Begović for a 2–2 draw.[40] On his return on 23 August, Courtois saved a penalty from James Morrison in a 3–2 win at West Bromwich Albion.[41] Courtois suffered a leg injury in training on 11 September which required surgery and meant that he was expected to miss the next three months of competition.[42]

On 16 April, he was sent off at home to Manchester City for conceding a penalty with a foul on Fernandinho; Sergio Agüero converted it past Begović to seal a 3–0 win. He became the sixth Premier League goalkeeper to be sent off twice in the same season.[43]

Courtois (left) receiving the Premier League Golden Glove Award following Chelsea's 5–1 win over Sunderland, on 21 May 2017. 2016–17 season

On 17 August 2016, Courtois dismissed any transfer rumours and stated he would stay at Chelsea for many years to come.[44] Ten days later in the 3–0 home victory over Burnley, Courtois kept the first clean sheet of the season and broke a run of thirteen home Premier League games without a clean sheet since November 2015.[45] From 1 October to 20 November, Chelsea earned a run of six games without conceding a single goal; with Courtois playing in all six of them.[46][47] From 11 to 26 December, Courtois kept four clean sheets, as Chelsea were at the top of table in time for Christmas.[48]

In April 2017, Courtois was ruled out for the match against rivals Manchester United, as a result of suffering a reported ankle injury, which he sustained in training.[49] Chelsea would go on to lose the match 0–2.[50] On 12 May 2017, Courtois kept his third consecutive clean sheet in a 1–0 away win over West Bromwich Albion, in which Chelsea secured the title.[51] Courtois also played for Chelsea in the FA Cup Final; which Chelsea lost 2–1 to Arsenal.[52]

Courtois kept a total of 16 clean sheets in the Premier League, and won the Golden Glove.[53]

Real Madrid

Following the 2018 season, Courtois mentioned he would want to live closer to his children, reigniting the rumours about a transfer to Real Madrid.[54][55] After a strong performance at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, where he won the Golden Glove for best goalkeeper, Courtois expressed his interest to move on.[56][57] Chelsea stated they would not let him go, unless they would be able to find a replacement for the Belgian goalkeeper.[58] Courtois responded by not showing up on training after the summer break, trying to force his exit from Chelsea.[59] Finally on 8 August 2018, Real Madrid announced officially that they had signed Courtois for a six year contract.[60] A day later, Chelsea confirmed the transfer.[61]

He made his debut for Madrid on 1 September 2018, where he started in a 4–1 win over CD Leganés.[62]

International career

Courtois was first called up to the Belgium squad in October 2011[63][64] and made his debut the following month in a friendly 0–0 draw against France at the Stade de France, making him the youngest goalkeeper to play for the Belgian national team.[65][66][67]

2014 World Cup

Courtois played every minute during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign, as Belgium qualified for its first major tournament since the 2002 FIFA World Cup.[68] Throughout these qualifiers, he kept six clean sheets in ten matches.

On 13 May 2014, Courtois was named in the squad to go to the 2014 FIFA World Cup.[69] At the tournament, he played all five games of the Belgian team, starting with a 2–1 win against Algeria in Belo Horizonte.[70] Courtois then managed to keep consecutive clean sheets in 1–0 wins against Russia and South Korea as the Red Devils reached the quarter-finals.

Euro 2016

Courtois played every minute during Belgium's first eight games of their UEFA Euro 2016 qualification campaign, helping seal qualification for the first time in 16 years. However, he missed their last two games through injury.[71]

Courtois and his side made it to the quarter-final, where they lost to Wales despite taking an early lead. Afterwards, Courtois hinted that Belgium coach Marc Wilmots was at fault for the loss and also stated that the defeat was the "biggest disappointment" of his career.[72]

Courtois making a save during the quarter-final match v Brazil; which Belgium won 2–1, on 6 July 2018. 2018 World Cup

Courtois was selected to Belgium's final 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[73] He was Belgium's first-choice goalkeeper throughout the tournament, and played a key role in Belgium's 2–1 win over Brazil in the quarter-final, which saw Belgium advance to the semi-finals of the tournament for the first time since 1986.[74][75] He posted two clean sheets in the group stage (against Panama and England), allowed only one goal in Belgium's loss to eventual champion France in the semi-final, and posted another clean sheet against England in the 3rd place game. Courtois made 27 saves in seven World Cup games, more than any other goalkeeper.[76] He was awarded the Golden Glove as best goalkeeper of the tournament.[77]

Style of play

Considered a highly promising prospect in his youth,[78] Courtois subsequently established himself as one of the best players in the world in his position.[79] Due to his wide range of skills, he has been described as a "complete goalkeeper", with few weaknesses.[78] A consistent keeper,[78] he possesses an excellent positional sense,[80][81] good mentality, composure, strength of character,[80][82][83] and an ability to communicate well with his defenders;[78] he also excels in one on one situations, due to his ability to time his runs effectively when rushing out of goal to face opponents.[78][81] An excellent shot-stopper between the posts, he has also distinguished himself for his agility and quick reflexes, in spite of his size and imposing physique.[78][81][83][84][85] Due to his height and reach, he excels in the air,[78][86] and is also known for his command of his area, as well as his excellent technique, anticipation, handling, and confidence when coming off his line to claim crosses.[87][88]

Outside football Personal life

Courtois speaks both Dutch and French, as well as Spanish and English.[4]

Thibaut's sister Valérie is a volleyball player, who plays as a libero for Budowlani Łódź and Belgium.[89] His parents were volleyball players, and he played the sport in his childhood but decided to focus on football when he was 12.[89]

On 26 May 2015, his Spanish girlfriend Marta Domínguez gave birth to their daughter, Adriana.[90] The couple ended their relationship in April 2017 while Domínguez was pregnant with their son Nicolás, who was born a month later.[91]

In popular culture

Inspired by Courtois' pose from a particular save in January 2013, a Colombian fan created a new widespread social media meme called 'Thibauting' to pay homage to the Belgian goalkeeper.[92] In November 2013, the word was included in a shortlist composed by leading Dutch dictionary Van Dale to be polled to determine the best new sports/amusement word of the year in Belgium,[93] and ended second.[94] The term is based on and pronounced the same way as "Tebowing", and is also similar to the worldwide 'planking' meme which was popular in 2011.

Controversy

In February 2014, Courtois caused some stir in the national team, by saying of Simon Mignolet, his rival for the starting goalkeeper spot, "You have to know how to stay humble and respectful, and he should remember that."[95] This was despite the fact that in previous interviews, Mignolet had only said that it was his ambition to keep working and try to regain his spot in the national team.[96]

In April 2018, Wilmots, by then out of a job, accused Courtois and his father Thierry of leaking Belgium's line-ups before they should have been revealed to the public. He denied the allegations.[97][98]

Career statistics Club
As of 15 September 2018[99][100]
Club Season League[101] National Cup[102] League Cup Europe Other Total Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Genk 2008–09 1 0 0 0 — — — 1 0 2009–10 0 0 0 0 — 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010–11 40 0 1 0 — 3[a] 0 — 44 0 Total 41 0 1 0 — 3 0 0 0 45 0 Atlético Madrid (loan) 2011–12 37 0 0 0 — 15[a] 0 — 52 0 2012–13 37 0 8 0 — 1[b] 0 — 46 0 2013–14 37 0 5 0 — 12[c] 0 2[d] 0 56 0 Total 111 0 13 0 — 28 0 2 0 154 0 Chelsea 2014–15 32 0 0 0 2 0 5[c] 0 — 39 0 2015–16 23 0 3 0 0 0 3[c] 0 1[e] 0 30 0 2016–17 36 0 3 0 0 0 – – 39 0 2017–18 35 0 1 0 1 0 8[c] 0 1[e] 0 46 0 Total 126 0 7 0 3 0 16 0 2 0 154 0 Real Madrid 2018–19 2 0 0 0 — 0 0 0 0 2 0 Total 280 0 21 0 3 0 47 0 4 0 353 0
  1. ^ a b All appearances in UEFA Europa League
  2. ^ appearance in UEFA Super Cup
  3. ^ a b c d All appearances in UEFA Champions League
  4. ^ Appearance in Supercopa de España
  5. ^ a b All appearances in FA Community Shield
International Belgium defend against a Serbian corner during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers; Courtois (in yellow) played every minute of the World Cup qualifiers and end stage.
As of 11 September 2018[103][104]
Belgium Year Apps Goals 2011 1 0 2012 6 0 2013 7 0 2014 13 0 2015 6 0 2016 14 0 2017 8 0 2018 12 0 Total 67 0 Honours Courtois and Petr Čech lifting the 2015 League Cup trophy

Genk[105]

  • Belgian Pro League: 2010–11

Atlético Madrid[105]

  • La Liga: 2013–14
  • Copa del Rey: 2012–13
  • UEFA Europa League: 2011–12
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2012
  • UEFA Champions League runner-up: 2013–14

Chelsea[105]

  • Premier League: 2014–15, 2016–17[106]
  • FA Cup: 2017–18[107]
  • Football League Cup: 2014–15

Belgium

  • FIFA World Cup third place: 2018

Individual

  • Belgian Professional Goalkeeper of the Year: 2011[108]
  • Belgian Bronze Shoe: 2011
  • La Liga Zamora Trophy: 2013, 2014
  • La Liga Goalkeeper of the Year: 2013
  • Best Belgian Player Abroad: 2013, 2014[109][110]
  • ESM Team of the Year: 2013–14
  • UEFA Champions League Team of the Season: 2013–14
  • FIFPro World XI 2nd team: 2014[111]
  • London Football Awards Goalkeeper of the Year: 2015[112]
  • Belgian Sportsman of the year: 2014[113]
  • Premier League Golden Glove: 2016–17[114]
  • FIFA World Cup Golden Glove: 2018[115]
  • FIFA World Cup Dream Team: 2018[116]
  • FIFA World Cup Fantasy McDonald’s Overall XI: 2018[117]
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  • 1 Navas
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  • 23 Reguilón
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  • CB: Laporte
  • CB: Godín
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  • MF: Iturraspe
  • MF: Koke
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  • MF: Rakitić
  • FW: Ronaldo
  • FW: D. Costa
  • Manager: Simeone
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2018 FIFA World Cup Team of the TournamentGoalkeeper
  • Thibaut Courtois
Defenders
  • Raphaël Varane
  • Diego Godín
  • Thiago Silva
  • Marcelo
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  • 2012–13: Courtois
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  • 2016: Oblak
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Premier League Golden Glove
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  • 2006: Reina
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  • 2008: Reina
  • 2009: Van der Sar
  • 2010: Čech
  • 2011: Hart
  • 2012: Hart
  • 2013: Hart
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  • 2015: Hart
  • 2016: Čech
  • 2017: Courtois
  • 2018: De Gea
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  • 1930: Ballestrero
  • 1934: Zamora
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  • 1990: Goycochea
Yashin Award
  • 1994: Preud'homme
  • 1998: Barthez
  • 2002: Kahn
  • 2006: Buffon
Golden Glove
  • 2010: Casillas
  • 2014: Neuer
  • 2018: Courtois
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  • 1967 Ferdinand Bracke
  • 1968 Serge Reding
  • 1969–1974 Eddy Merckx
  • 1975 Bruno Brokken
  • 1976 Ivo Van Damme
  • 1977 Michel Pollentier
  • 1978 Raymond Ceulemans
  • 1979–1980 Robert Van de Walle
  • 1981 Freddy Maertens
  • 1982 Jacky Ickx
  • 1983 Eddy Annys
  • 1984 Claude Criquielion
  • 1985 Gaston Rahier & Vincent Rousseau
  • 1986 William Van Dijck
  • 1987 Georges Jobé
  • 1988 Eric Geboers
  • 1989 Thierry Boutsen
  • 1990 Rudy Dhaenens
  • 1991 Jean-Michel Saive
  • 1992 Georges Jobé
  • 1993 Vincent Rousseau
  • 1994 Jean-Michel Saive
  • 1995–1996 Fred Deburghgraeve
  • 1997 Luc Van Lierde
  • 1998 Fred Deburghgraeve
  • 1999 Luc Van Lierde
  • 2000 Joël Smets
  • 2001–2004 Stefan Everts
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  • 2006 Stefan Everts
  • 2007 Tom Boonen
  • 2008 Sven Nys
  • 2009–2011 Philippe Gilbert
  • 2012 Tom Boonen
  • 2013 Frederik Van Lierde
  • 2014 Thibaut Courtois
  • 2015 Kevin De Bruyne
  • 2016 Greg Van Avermaet
  • 2017 David Goffin
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  • 1975 Carine Verbauwen
  • 1976–1977 Anne-Marie Pira
  • 1978–1979 Carine Verbauwen
  • 1980 Ingrid Berghmans
  • 1981 Annie Lambrechts
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  • 1987 Ingrid Lempereur
  • 1988–1989 Ingrid Berghmans
  • 1990–1991 Sabine Appelmans
  • 1992 Annelies Bredael
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  • 1994–1995 Brigitte Becue
  • 1996 Ulla Werbrouck
  • 1997 Gella Vandecaveye
  • 1998 Dominique Monami
  • 1999–2002 Kim Clijsters
  • 2003–2004 Justine Henin-Hardenne
  • 2005 Kim Clijsters
  • 2006–2007 Justine Henin-Hardenne
  • 2008 Tia Hellebaut
  • 2009–2011 Kim Clijsters
  • 2012 Evi Van Acker
  • 2013 Kirsten Flipkens
  • 2014 Nafissatou Thiam
  • 2015 Delfine Persoon
  • 2016–2017 Nafissatou Thiam
Team
  • 1997 Noliko Maaseik
  • 1998 Motocross team
  • 1999 Davis Cup team
  • 2000 Anderlecht
  • 2001 Fed Cup team
  • 2002 La Villette
  • 2003 Motocross team
  • 2004 Women's 4×100 metres relay
  • 2005 Under-21 football team
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  • 2007–2008 Women's 4×100 metres relay
  • 2009–2011 Men's 4×400 metres relay
  • 2012 Field hockey team
  • 2013–2014 Football team
  • 2015 Davis Cup team
  • 2016 Field hockey team
  • 2017 Davis Cup team
Talent
  • 1998 Kim Clijsters
  • 1999 Bart Wellens
  • 2000 Bart Aernouts
  • 2001 Jurgen Van den Broeck
  • 2002 Thomas Buffel
  • 2003 Kirsten Flipkens
  • 2004 Aagje Vanwalleghem
  • 2005 Niels Albert
  • 2006 Yoris Grandjean
  • 2007 Dominique Cornu
  • 2008 Elise Matthysen
  • 2009 Romelu Lukaku
  • 2010 Luca Brecel
  • 2011 Thomas van der Plaetsen
  • 2012 Kimmer Coppejans
  • 2013 Nafissatou Thiam
  • 2014 Divock Origi
  • 2015 Tiesj Benoot
  • 2016 Louise Carton
  • 2017 Lotte Kopecky
Paralympic
  • 2010 Sven Decaesstecker
  • 2011 Wim Decleir
  • 2012 Marieke Vervoort
  • 2013 Joachim Gérard
  • 2014 Michèle George
  • 2015 Marieke Vervoort
  • 2016 Laurens Devos
  • 2017 Peter Genyn
Coach
  • 2011–2012 Jacques Borlée
  • 2013–2014 Marc Wilmots
  • 2015 Hein Vanhaezebrouck
  • 2016–2017 Roger Lespagnard
Belgium squads
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Belgium squad – 2014 FIFA World Cup
  • 1 Courtois
  • 2 Alderweireld
  • 3 Vermaelen
  • 4 Kompany (c)
  • 5 Vertonghen
  • 6 Witsel
  • 7 De Bruyne
  • 8 Fellaini
  • 9 Lukaku
  • 10 Hazard
  • 11 Mirallas
  • 12 Mignolet
  • 13 Bossut
  • 14 Mertens
  • 15 Van Buyten
  • 16 Defour
  • 17 Origi
  • 18 Lombaerts
  • 19 Dembélé
  • 20 Januzaj
  • 21 Vanden Borre
  • 22 Chadli
  • 23 Ciman
  • Coach: Wilmots
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  • e
Belgium squad – UEFA Euro 2016
  • 1 Courtois
  • 2 Alderweireld
  • 3 Vermaelen
  • 4 Nainggolan
  • 5 Vertonghen
  • 6 Witsel
  • 7 De Bruyne
  • 8 Fellaini
  • 9 R. Lukaku
  • 10 Hazard (c)
  • 11 Carrasco
  • 12 Mignolet
  • 13 Gillet
  • 14 Mertens
  • 15 Denayer
  • 16 Meunier
  • 17 Origi
  • 18 Kabasele
  • 19 Dembélé
  • 20 Benteke
  • 21 J. Lukaku
  • 22 Batshuayi
  • 23 Ciman
  • Coach: Wilmots
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  • e
Belgium squad – 2018 FIFA World Cup Third Place
  • 1 Courtois
  • 2 Alderweireld
  • 3 Vermaelen
  • 4 Kompany
  • 5 Vertonghen
  • 6 Witsel
  • 7 De Bruyne
  • 8 Fellaini
  • 9 Lukaku
  • 10 E. Hazard (c)
  • 11 Carrasco
  • 12 Mignolet
  • 13 Casteels
  • 14 Mertens
  • 15 Meunier
  • 16 T. Hazard
  • 17 Tielemans
  • 18 Januzaj
  • 19 Dembélé
  • 20 Boyata
  • 21 Batshuayi
  • 22 Chadli
  • 23 Dendoncker
  • Coach: Martínez


Treatment of Complex Trauma: A Sequenced, Relationship-Based Approach
Treatment of Complex Trauma: A Sequenced, Relationship-Based Approach
This insightful guide provides a pragmatic roadmap for treating adult survivors of complex psychological trauma. Christine Courtois and Julian Ford present their effective, research-based approach for helping clients move through three clearly defined phases of posttraumatic recovery. Two detailed case examples run throughout the book, illustrating how to plan and implement strengths-based interventions that use a secure therapeutic alliance as a catalyst for change. Essential topics include managing crises, treating severe affect dysregulation and dissociation, and therapist self-care. The companion website offers downloadable reflection questions for clinicians and extensive listings of professional and self-help resources. A new preface in the paperback and e-book editions addresses key scientific advances. See also Drs. Courtois and Ford's edited volumes, Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders (Adults) and Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Children and Adolescents, which present research on the nature of complex trauma and review evidence-based treatment models. Winner (Second Place)--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award, Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Category

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It’s Not You, It’s What Happened to You: Complex Trauma and Treatment
It’s Not You, It’s What Happened to You: Complex Trauma and Treatment
With It’s Not You, It’s What Happened to You: Complex Trauma and Treatment, Dr. Christine Courtois has simplified her extensive and, until now, quite scholarly work geared toward understanding and developing the concept of “complex trauma,” and the assessment and treatment thereof. A universally acknowledged leader in this emerging psychotherapeutic field, Dr. Courtois provides here an abbreviated and easy-to-read explanation of what complex trauma is, how it develops, the ways in which it manifests, and how it can effectively be dealt with. The book opens with an explanation of trauma in general—providing historical perspective, examining the various types of traumatic experience, and looking in-depth at the chronic, repetitive, and layered forms of trauma that often build upon and reinforce one another to create complex trauma. Next Dr. Courtois discusses trauma-driven emotional turmoil, and trauma’s effects on memory, self-image, relationships, and even physical wellbeing. She then provides readers with a basic understanding of the ways in which complex trauma is diagnosed and assessed, with an explanation of all common trauma-related diagnoses—including stress disorders (such as PTSD), dissociative reactions and disorders, and frequently co-occurring issues (addictions, self-injury, sleep disorders, etc.) In the book’s final section, Dr. Courtois presents rudimentary information about the ways in which complex trauma and related issues can effectively be treated, including brief explanations of all psychotherapeutic methods that might be used. Importantly, she discusses in detail the sequenced, three-stage treatment model she has developed for work with addicted survivors of complex trauma, recognizing that complex trauma and addictions are often interrelated in powerful ways, and unless both issues are addressed simultaneously, the client may not heal from either.Though It’s Not You, It’s What Happened to You is written for people new to the concept of complex trauma and how it may be affecting them or a loved one, clinicians will also find the work useful, relying on it as a way to bolster their own knowledge and, perhaps more importantly, as a tool for informing their traumatized clients about the degree and nature of the psychotherapeutic work to come.

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Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders (Adults): Scientific Foundations and Therapeutic Models
Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders (Adults): Scientific Foundations and Therapeutic Models
Combining scientific and clinical perspectives, this volume brings together leading authorities on complex traumatic stress and its treatment in adults. Contributors review the research that supports the conceptualization of complex traumatic stress as distinct from PTSD. They explore the pathways by which chronic trauma can affect psychological development, attachment security, and adult relationships. Chapters describe evidence-based assessment tools and an array of treatment models for individuals, couples, families, and groups.See also Drs. Courtois and Ford's authored book, Treatment of Complex Trauma, which presents their own therapeutic approach for adult clients in depth, and their edited volume Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Children and Adolescents.

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Healing the Incest Wound: Adult Survivors in Therapy (Second Edition) (Norton Professional Books (Hardcover))
Healing the Incest Wound: Adult Survivors in Therapy (Second Edition) (Norton Professional Books (Hardcover))
Understanding and treating adult victims of incest. “Highly recommended as an authoritative text on incest and its treatment” and “essential reading for all therapists,” Healing the Incest Wound was a groundbreaking book that put incest studies and treatment on the map. Now, almost 20 years later, this bestselling text is fully updated, offering the most current studies and findings on incest typologies, dynamics, and treatment strategies. Drawing on cutting-edge research on incest and other forms of child abuse, it includes attention to their neurological, attachment, affective, and dissociative sequelae. Courtois―a veteran practitioner and an expert in complex traumatic stress disorders resulting from chronic child abuse―presents a comprehensive revision to this classic treatment manual for therapists.

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2018 Panini Prizm Soccer #21 Thibaut Courtois Belgium World Cup Russia Futbol Card
2018 Panini Prizm Soccer #21 Thibaut Courtois Belgium World Cup Russia Futbol Card
2018 Panini Prizm Soccer #21 Thibaut Courtois Belgium World Cup Russia Futbol Card

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Belgium The Red Devils Hero Tee: Thibaut Courtois Printed Tee - Ash Grey| Youth Medium [P
Belgium The Red Devils Hero Tee: Thibaut Courtois Printed Tee - Ash Grey| Youth Medium [P
Courtois plays for Atlético Madrid in La Liga on loan from Chelsea. Despite his young age, he is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world. He won the 2012-13 and 2013-14 Ricardo Zamora Trophy with Atlético Madrid. He is the youngest goalkeeper to ever play for the Belgian national team. Courtois played every minute during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign, as Belgium qualified for its first major tournament since the 2002 World Cup. Stand up and cheer for Thibaut Courtois while he represents the Belgium as they take on the world in Brazil. The best achievements from Belgium in international tournaments so far were the qualification for six successive FIFA World Cups between 1982 and 2002 including a fourth place finish in 1986. Many regard this Belgian national side during the 2014 World Cup qualifiers as a Golden Generation with many talented players plying their trade throughout Europe. Show your support for your favorite national team, Belgium with this unique styled shirt. A Belgium Soccer themed badge with their team nickname "The Red Devils" is featured. Show your support for your favorite Red Devil with this unique styled shirt. Nameplate and Number customized on the back to show off your favorite Beligum star! Printed on a 6.1oz. 100% preshrunk cotton tee. The inks used are a water based eco-friendly ink developed by Brother to hold up well under normal washing and drying. It is similar to water based screen printing inks that they give a really soft hand feel and wash well.

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Thibaut Courtois 24X36 New Printed Poster Rare #TNW702421
Thibaut Courtois 24X36 New Printed Poster Rare #TNW702421
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Match Attax Champions league 2017/18 THIBAUT COURTOIS CHELSEA Man of the Match
Match Attax Champions league 2017/18 THIBAUT COURTOIS CHELSEA Man of the Match
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EE bestort Belgium #1 Courtois 2018 Home Mens Soccer Jersey Color Red (Large)
EE bestort Belgium #1 Courtois 2018 Home Mens Soccer Jersey Color Red (Large)
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002 Thibaut Courtois 36x24 inch Silk Poster Aka Wallpaper Wall Decor By NeuHorris
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