Kabongo Tshimanga

Kabongo Tshimanga


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Boreham Wood FC
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Kabongo Tshimanga
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Milton Keynes Dons FC
2015 (on loan)
Aldershot Town FC
2015 (on loan)
Chelmsford City FC
2015 (on loan)
Corby Town FC
2015-2016 (on loan)
Nuneaton Borough FC
2016 (on loan)
Chesham United FC
2016 (on loan)
undefined Thróttur Reykjavík FC
2017 (on loan)
Yeovil Town FC
Boston United FC
Oxford City FC
Boreham Wood


Introduce yourself…

My name is Kabongo Tshimanga. I’m born in Cameroon and play football for Boreham Wood FC.

What are your specific qualities as a football player?

I’m a Quick power forward who loves scoring goals constant threat with movement, and work hard.

In the youth you played for Milton Keynes Dons FC. How did you get into the youth of Milton Keynes Dons FC ? And who has helped you the most?

Started my career at water Eaton u10, Scored a lot of goals and then my manager took me to MK Dons, went on 6 weeks trial but was signed after a week. Dan Micciche helped me a lot during my u13-u16 developed me a lot as a player.

You made your debut in the first team of Milton Keynes Dons FC in November 2014. How important was this debut for you?

Was really important, was knocking on the first team for a very long time had a good youth record scored a lot of goals and was giving my debut by Karl Robinson.

After the youth, you were loaned out by Milton Keynes Dons FC to different clubs. How did you experience these periods?

Yea all helped out different if I would have gone back I would have rather Mk had a 23 team so I could further develop my game before been pushed onto men’s football but I had different experience going abroad to Iceland which helped me also a lot.

You have played football at different football clubs. In the National League North and South, National League, Football League One and Úrvalsdeild karla (Iceland). Which competition did you liked most?

Last year at conference south was my most enjoyed season so far played a lot of games and got a taste against some big clubs in the FA cup so last year was a real test for me one that I enjoyed the most.

Kabongo, you have also played a match for England C. What was it like to join the national football team of England C?

Was great I enjoyed the experience, you can’t get no bigger recognition than been called up to your country I loved it.

In 2018-2019 season you received three honours. Player of the Year, Supporters’ Player of the Year and you are in the team of the Year. Were you surprised at the awards?

Yea I was some of the lads patterned in training about some they thought I’d get but never would I have though I would win so many.

What is your best moment in your football career?

So far the hat trick in the FA cup last year against Tranmere.

What are your personal goals this season?

Help my parent club get into the play off contribute with as many goals as I did last season.


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