Zola Matumona

Zola Matumona

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Zola Matumona (born 26 November 1981) is a Congolese football. He is currently playing in the Belgian Pro League (D1) for RAEC Mons. He also plays for the Democratic Republic of Congo.


A speedy central midfielder with excellent technique and ball control, Matumona walked out of FC Brussels on 2 November 2007 after he accused club chairman Johan Vermeersch of making racist remarks towards him during a crisis meeting at the struggling club. Vermeersch was reported to have told Matumona to "think about other things than trees and bananas". BBC Sport, 2007-11-03. Retrieved on 4 November 2007 The incident also prompted the club's main sponsor, Korean car manufacturer Kia, to withdraw their sponsorship of the Belgian side. BBC Sport, 2007-11-02. Retrieved on 4 November 2007 Although on 7 November Matumona agreed to return to FC Brussels after talks with Vermeesch, Kia refused to renew their contract with the club. BBC Sport, 2007-11-07. Retrieved on 18 July 2008

Zola Matumona has since attracted interest from England. After visa problems initially delayed his trial with Birmingham City, Sky Sports, 2008-04-24. Retrieved on 18 July 2008 'Zoe' trained with the club during the 2007–08 season and joined their July 2008 pre-season tour, where he impressed manager Alex McLeish in a 3–1 victory over Czech side FC Viktoria Plzeň.


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