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Lubambo Musonda set to make UEFA Europa League debut

Armenia based midfielder Lubambo Musonda is set to make his debut in the UEFA Europa League this evening when his side Gandzasar Kapan kickoff their campaign in Europa against Mladost of Montenegro.

The 22 year old helped his side to a second place finish in the league playing 29 of their 30 games in the league with a return of five goals finishing 8th on the top scorers chart.

The 2016/2017 was his best season yet in the Armenian league in terms of games played and goals scored.

Today’s game game in the 1st qualifying round of the competition kicks off at at 20:00 hrs and will be played at the Stadion Pod Goricom in Podgorica Montenegro with the return match billed for the 6th of July.

It will be the first time Lubambo will be playing in the UEFA competition since moving to Europe three years ago.

The attacking midfielder was called to camp for the Zambia’s game against Mozambique which the Chipolopolo lost 1 – 0 but did not play a role.

 






11 Comments to Lubambo Musonda set to make UEFA Europa League debut

  1. soccerguru says:

    This guy has failed to live up to expectation….Other than that goal he scored against Japan. ….He has never delivered anything tangibleat national team level

    • Tc Soccerman says:

      Agree, I do think he needs to go to a better league, let him go to Holland or Belgium. Hopefully the Europa league will give him some much needed exposure to those other leagues.

    • Tc Soccerman says:

      But again, he is only 22 yrs old, so there is still time.

  2. Anonymous says:

    He doesn’t care. A very professional boy. He looks good, he is enjoying the wheather. He is taking care of himself…promise for better things. Good luck Lubambo.

  3. Kuku says:

    Good luck Lubambo. Looking good, enjoying the weather right?? Step by step. His actually just a kid with national team experience.

  4. Yeah you’re right ba guru i remember I also watched that match and thought he had a brighter future ahead but i can’t see it hope he’s working on it.

  5. Chiko says:

    Zambia is only good at destroying good talent. This is one such talent. I think he is much better than most of the players selected for national duty. The coaches have throw away another good talent-Mukuka Mulenga. Give these boys a life line and they will prove all the doubtors wrong.

  6. sly says:

    He cannot make an impact if he is not used. Give him the platform and then judge him later.

  7. Big Steve 4rm SA says:

    Three years in Armenia should be enough to have developed him into a full professional player, he should seriously look at moving on now.

  8. Chris; Busy says:

    In Singuluma out Kalaba and left on bench was Lubambo, was that substitute helped wada wada? Pliz help me

    • Tc Soccerman says:

      What are you talking about? Is that a question, statement or what? It does not make sense for anybody to actually help you.

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