Congolese international defensive midfielder Aaron Shibola leaves Scotland for Turkey D2. He signed formally for two years at the Gençlerbirligi. He gets there free of charge since moving from Kilmarnock to the Scottish D2. Trained in Reading (D3 England), he arrived in Turkey, exhausted from a good experience, after his trips to Portugal, Scotland and England. He played thirty-five games with Kilmarnock last season for two goals and two assists.
Another Congolese international who will play in Division 2 is Glody Nonda Mujinga on the left. He left Dijon (moved to the French L2) for Amiens SC, which ensured his maintenance in L2. He said in his Instagram post: ” I wanted to thank the whole club (Dijon), especially the staff who trusted me from start to finish. I learned a lot from him both humanly and professionally. I’ll be Dijon. forever red and black, thanks for everything “. He signed for three years in Amiens, where he would meet his teammate in the selection for the Democratic Republic of Congo, Chadrak Akolo. Glody Nonda made his European debut in Dijon after leaving the AS V club in Kinshasa two years earlier. of.
Left from V.Club for Morocco, international central defender Padou Bompunga has recently moved to Al Hussein, a D1 club in Jordan. And he was a goalscorer last weekend, offering his club a win (two goals for one) against the Sahab in a match count for 9.I day. Bompunga 84. scored my goalI Minutes for Al Hussein who is currently 6 . capturesI Ranked in the standings with 14 points.
International striker Vinny Bongonga signed for Etoile Sportive du Sahel de Sousse in Tunisia for three years. He was released after terminating his contract with Al Hilal Omdurman of Sudan. Motema Pembe, a former goalkeeper for Ark en Siel and daring club in Kinshasa, will be experiencing his third overseas championship as he moves through Congo Brazzaville.
Very promising, former FC Renaissance do Congo defender Jonathan Buanga Simba trains at Radomyak Radom, a club promoted to D1 in Poland. Last season, he should sign Rakko Czestohowa (D1 Poland) after a successful attempt. But the club wanted to sign him and then lend him to D2. And he could not sign to any other club outside Poland. We finally expect to see him on the field during the season starting in August or September.
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