LINAFOOT: Maniema Union completes its 10 first leg away matches


Kinshasa, December 7th, 2021 (CPA).– AS Maniema Union of Kindu has completed its share of 10 away matches in the first leg of the 27th championship of the National Football League (LINAFOOT), in view of the competition calendar .

Thus, since the start of the championship, out of all of its 19 matches in the first leg, Maniema Union has completely cleared those planned away in Kinshasa, Likasi, Kolwezi and Mbuji-Mayi.

10 points acquired in Kinshasa

The green and black club of Kindu has performed 5 times in the capital with a success at the opening of the season in front of AC Kuya (1-0), at Kurara Mpova Technical Center of the Congolese Football Association (FECOFA), before being slowed down by AS V. Club (2-1), at the Martyrs of Pentecost stadium and sharing with FC Renaissance of Congo by 2-2.

The Unionists recovered against Jeunesse Sportive of Kinshasa (JSK) and Racing Club of Kinshasa (RCK) by winning by 2-0. They garnered 10 points in the capital for a balance considered positive.

2 wins and 1 draw in Grand Katanga

From Kinshasa, Maniema Union set sail for the greater Katanga where he recorded a success in Kolwezi against Blessing FC (2-1) and a goalless draw against AS Simba, another local club.

In their last game in this corner of the country, the green-and-black club Kindu rammed the pawn at US Panda B52, which they beat on the wire by 1-0. Which makes a total of 7 points out of 9 possible

6 out of 6 points in Mbuji-Mayi

Maniema Union has completed its peregrinations in Mbuji-Mayi, capital of the province of Kasai Oriental. General Gabriel Amisi Kumba’s team was first held in check by US Tshinkunku from Kananga (1-1), before snatching 3 points by forfeit to the detriment of Sanga Balende, at the end of a game enameled assault against the officials and ended with 1-1, at the Kashala Bonzola stadium.

The end of the go home phase

For having completed its round far from its base, Maniema Union will not pay any travel expenses due to delivering its 9 other matches at Joseph Kabila stadium against respectively

TP Mazembe, FC Lubumbashi Sport, LE FC Saint Eloi Lupopo, CS Don Bosco, JS Groupe Bazano, DC Motema Pembe, AC Rangers and Etoile of Kivu.