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12 out of 14 teams to participate in DRC first division identified

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By Great Lakes Voice Sports team

Twelve of the fourteen clubs that will play in the Congolese first division are already known. The provinces of South Kivu and Bas Congo have not yet appointed their representatives.

These twelve clubs are:

1. DCMP 2. TP. Mazembe 3. AS V. Club 4. FC Lupopo 5. US Tshinkunku  6. TP. Molunge 7. AS Vutuka 8. AS Makiso 9. AS St Luc 10. DC Virunga 11. SM Sanga Balenda 12. AS Nkoy

The Delegate of South Kivu will be known by Sunday, Jan. 15, at the end of the meeting will oppose Muungano to dawa Bukavu.

The Bas-Congo will be known after the decision of the Provincial League Soccer which must decide the dispute between TC and Elima Veti club.


The game between the two teams was interrupted in the final minutes of the game


The goal of equalizing Veti Club was denied by one of the assistants for whom the ball had not crossed the goal line. Veti supporters took to the field in protest.


In Kasai Occidental, the red and white AS St-Luc validated their ticket to the Division1 by dominating the All Violent

Tshipepele score of two goals to one. They had won the match by four goals to one against.

Maniema, AS Nkoy Bilombe Kindu topped after passing a goalless draw against FC Dynamic (0-0) in the second leg. On the way both teams had separated on the score of two goals everywhere.


In North Kivu, the double confrontation AS Kabasha-DC Virunga ended in favor of green and white of Goma. Beaten in the first leg (2-1) at the stage of the Goma Volcano, Virunga has dominated his opponent in the rematch by a score of two goals to nil (2-0).

Vutuka represent the province of Bandundu, after winning on penalties (4-2) face Makila. The two clubs were separated on a goalless match in both directions (0-0).

In Eastern Province, As Makiso won the triangular tournament will represent the province at the expense of TS Malekesa (3 points) and Nika (1 points.).

SM Sanga Balenda Mbuji-Mayi represents the Kasai Oriental after the refusal of the General Bantu Kananga to go to where the qualifying tournament of the province had been relocated.

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