Félix Mwamba Musasa

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Félix Mwamba Musasa (born November 25, 1982 in Lubumbashi) is a Congolese football player who plays for, and captains, the Mpumalanga Black Aces in South African Premier Soccer League.


He previously played for Orlando Pirates, TP Mazembe and Roan United (Zambia).

Musasa missed a large part of the Black Aces' first season back in the Premier Soccer League after serving an eight game suspension on charges of misconduct relating to unsportsmanlike behavior and assault, following a challenge which broke the leg of opponent Oupa Ngulube during the promotion playoff match against Carara Kicks on May 24, 2009, he was given a red card.[1]

He is known for wearing white gloves during games.

International career[edit]

Musasa was part of the Congolese 2004 African Nations Cup team. They finished bottom of their group in the first round of competition, failing to secure qualification for the quarter-finals.


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