Recently inducted as head of DRC Leopards following the departure of the Argentinian technician Hector Cuperthe French coach Sebastien Desabre communicated this Thursday its first list of players summoned for the friendly matches against the Burkina Faso (September 23) and the Sierra Leone (September 27).
In view of these two duels which will take place at Morocco, the den will thus be marked by several absences of size. besides the captain Marcel Tisserandleft to rest, Son Mayelewhich continues the brilliant performances with Young Africansthus missing the call, just like the experienced Dieumerci Mbokani, Gael Kakuta or even the master at playing Paul-Jose Mpoku and the defensive rock Christian Luyindama.
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The new coach of the DR Congo however, benefits from the returns of its star striker Cedric Bakambuabsent in June and recalled despite his low playing time on the side of theOMbut also of the first summons of the winger of stuttgart, Silas Katompa (ex-Silas Wamangituka), whose first cap in selection has long been delayed due to the disturbing affair concerning his false identity. >>DRC: Silas Wamangituka was playing well under a false identity!
Here is the list of the 28 Leopards:
KIASSUMBUA JOEL (AC BELLINZONA – SWITZERLAND)
MPASI NZAU LIONEL (RODEZ FC – FRANCE)
SIADI BAGGIO (TP MAZEMBE – DR CONGO)
MBEMBA CHANCEL (OLYMPIC MARSEILLE – FRANCE)
BOKA ISSAKA CHADRACK (FC SAINT ELOI LUPOPO)
BOPE BOKADI MERVEILLE (STANDARD DE LIEGE – BELGIUM)
IDUMBA FASIKA NATHAN (CAPE TOWN CITY – SOUTH AFRICA)
INONGA BAKA (SC SIMBA – TANZANIA)
KALULU GEDEON (FC LORIENT – FRANCE)
MASUAKU ARTHUR (BESIKTAS – TURKEY)
MUKOKO AMALE (DIFAA EL JADIDA – MOROCCO)
MIDDLES OF THE PITCH:
BONGONDA THEO (CADIZ FC – SPAIN)
BASTIEN SAMUEL (BURNLEY FC – ENGLAND)
KAYEMBE EDO (WATFORD FC – ENGLAND)
KEBANO NEESKENS (FULHAM FFC – ENGLAND)
LILEPO MAKABY GLODY (AL HILAL FC – SUDAN)
MIKA MICHE (FC SAINT ELOI LUPOPO – DR CONGO)
MOUTOUSSAMY SAMUEL (FC NANTES – FRANCE)
NGOMA LUAMBA FABRICE (AL FEHAYHEEL – KUWAIT)
BAKAMBU CEDRIC (OLYMPIC MARSEILLE)
WISSA YOANE (BRENTFORD – ABGLETERRE)
MVUMPA KATOMPA SILAS (STUTTGART – GERMANY)
ELIA MESHACK (YOUNG BOYS – SWITZERLAND)
MULEKA JACKSON (BESIKITAS-TURKEY)
MALANGO NGITA BEN (QATAR SCF – QATAR)
AKOLO CHADRAC (SAINT GALLIEN – SWITZERLAND)
KINZUMBI PHILIPPE (TP MAZEMBE – DR CONGO)
LUSAMBA ARNAUD (ANALYASPOR – TURKEY)
🚨🇨🇩⚽️ The new Leopards coach, @Seb_Desabre unveiled a list of 28 Leopards for the international break!
— Leopard Foot Leader (@leopard243) September 15, 2022