Trésor Lomana LuaLua is a Congolese footballer who plays as a striker for Southern League Premier Division Central side Peterborough Sports. LuaLua was born in Kinshasa, but moved to England at a young age. After impressing in a college football match, he signed for Colchester United. There he scored a total of 21 goals in 68 appearances which prompted Newcastle United to sign him. However, the competition for places meant he was less of a regular in the first team, and after four seasons and 88 appearances, he transferred to Portsmouth, the club that had previously loaned him for three months while at Newcastle. He remained there for three seasons, but his spell was marred by disciplinary problems and malaria. After leaving Portsmouth, he moved teams frequently, representing sides in Greece, Qatar, Cyprus and Turkey, in addition to a brief return to English football at Blackpool.
About Lomana LuaLua
Congolese soccer player who is best known for playing on the Congo DR national team and for Karabükspor.
He moved to England at a young age and started out playing soccer for Colchester United.
He created the Lualua Foundation, a charity organization providing care for Orphans in DR Congo.
His family is originally from Kinshasa, Zaire.
Another Congolese soccer player like him is Blaise Kufo.
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- Democratic Republic of the Congo Christians
- Expatriate footballers in Northern Cyprus
- Akhisar Belediyespor footballers
- Al-Arabi SC (Qatar) players
- Çaykur Rizespor footballers
- Democratic Republic of the Congo expatriate footballers
- Sportspeople from Kinshasa
- Democratic Republic of the Congo international footballers
- AC Omonia players
- Democratic Republic of the Congo footballers
- Olympiacos F.C. players
- Expatriate footballers in Qatar