emmanuel-mayukaZambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka’s future under new coach Metz coach Philippe Hinschberger is looking uncertain.

Mayuka joined 4th placed Metz this season from Southampton.

This is after the striker was omitted from the Metz team for Monday nights 1-0 home Ligue 2 win over Sochaux.

Media reports from France suggest that Hinschberger, who took charge in December, is planning to offload a total of six to seven players either out on loan or permanently in the winter transfer window.

Already, Turkish defender Sezer Özmen has left while strikers Juan Manuel Falcon and Amido Baldé are edging towards January exits with four slots left.

Mayuka, who has scored two Ligue 2 goals, was left out of the match against Sochaux together with fellow strikers Juan Kaprof, Moumhamadou Diallo and Celestin Djim who have all yet to score this season.

Abdoul Kaboré, who scored the games goal, was the lone striker selected for the fixture.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. The boy has lamentably failed to crack it even in French Division 2….it’s time for you to simply go back home maybe you will find your mojo …Zambian footballers are not as hungry as their West African couisins who never give up!!

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  2. Mayuka should consider joining the PSL. He would be ending his career if he chooses to go to leagues like the chinese, greek or turkish leagues.

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  3. @bigthroat that’s very true! and it’s not only Mayuka. A host of Zambian players are using fake ages.

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  4. Most of you make me wonder if really u ar soccer analysts. The guy is still in form he just needs astable club to utilise him period and he will surly concentrate.

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