This transfer includes football news in the country. Coached at Paris-Saint-Germain and a resident of the English Premier League for several years, Youssef Mulumbu, free since the expiration of his contract with Kilmarnock in Scotland, has just signed with FC Saint-Eloi Lupopo de Lubumbashi. For the first time in the history of Congolese football. At 34, the former Leopards captain of the Democratic Republic of the Congo will play for the first time at a club in his country where he was born.
On his Twitter account, the former West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City player has strong and dynamic words: “ When the Congo was elected, the heart always spoke. This first time with A in Leopard, through my commitments to the challenges of the future, the love and passion for Congo, its development, its promotion, its promotion has always been strong. I believe that sometimes the choice of the heart is the best and I believe that our youth, our country, our sport need it and it is possible to participate in the impact of the nation through sports, with full humility and special by way of football “. According to the contract, he will play one season and another year, he will serve as manager of the club, currently under the governorship of Haut Katanga Province, Jacques Kybula.
In addition to Mulumbu, FC Saint-Eloi Lupopo have acquired another seasoned veteran, Pato Kabangu Mulota (35), who has spent most of his football career at TP Mazembe, Anderlecht from Belgium, Al Ahly SC from Qatar and some of Daring. with trips. Club Motema Pembe from Kinshasa. The two players find international goalkeeper Le Matampi Vumie within the club, who arrived in August and who has been extended until 2022.
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