Tripti Joshi (Editor)

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Full name  Geoffrey Mujangi Bia
Years  Team
Weight  79 kg
Place of birth  Kinshasa, Zaire
Name  Geoffrey Bia
Career start  2006
Playing position  Winger
Role  Footballer
Position  Midfielder
Current team  FC Sion
Height  1.80 m

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Geoffrey Mujangi Bia R Standard de Lige UEFA Europa
Date of birth  (1989-08-12) 12 August 1989 (age 26)
Number  63 (Standard Liege / Midfielder), 37 (Watford F.C. / Midfielder)
Similar People  Ilombe Mboyo, Igor de Camargo, Jelle Van Damme, Adrien Trebel, Imoh Ezekiel

Dagenham and Redbridge 2 - 3 Watford (Watford Goals)

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia (born 12 August 1989) is a Belgian international footballer who plays as a winger for Turkish club Kayserispor.


Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Geoffrey Mujangi Bia 68 FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Stats

He established himself in Belgian football with Charleroi before experiencing the English Premier League with a loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers. In 2011, he returned to Belgium to join Standard Liège.

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Standard Geoffrey MujangiBia de plus en plus proche d

Club career

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia imguefacomimgmlTPplayers142014324x3242500

Mujangi Bia emigrated with his family from DR Congo to Zellik, Belgium as a young child. He began his football career on the books of the Brussels-based club Union Saint-Gilloise, before being spotted by Anderlecht. Although one of their academy's most promising players, he was released by the club after being caught stealing from them.

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Zimbio

After some months without a club, he joined Charleroi where he made his professional debut on 17 December 2006 in 0–1 defeat at Zulte Waregem, the first of three appearances that season. He scored his first senior goals the following season (3), before 2008–09 saw his most appearances yet as he played 28 league games.

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Photos Zimbio

The midfielder joined English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan on 21 January 2010 for the remainder of the 2009–10 season. He made his Premier League debut as a substitute in a 2–2 draw at Hull City, one of three appearances that season. At the season's end it was announced he would also spend the 2010–11 season with Wolves.

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Pictures Club Brugge v Standard

Mujangi Bia failed to break into Wolves' first team plans during the next season, making just one league appearance, as a late substitute at Manchester City. He scored his only goal for Wolves in a 5–0 FA Cup victory over Championship team Doncaster Rovers. In April 2011 it was announced that he would transfer to Standard Liège on a three-year deal once the transfer window re-opened in the summer.

The winger featured for Standard throughout the 2011–12 season as the club ended in fifth place. However, in August 2012, he was told he was no longer involved in the club's plans, and on 25 August signed for English Championship club Watford on a season-long loan deal, having already agreed a long-term permanent contract; this will commence in summer 2013 if this option is exercised by Watford.

He made his Watford debut on 28 August 2012 in their League Cup exit to eventual finalists Bradford. After making two league appearances for Watford in the early part of the season, Bia made his first league appearance since the back end of 2012 as a substitute in a 0–1 defeat to Barnsley on 16 March 2013.

During the 2014/15 season Bia scored 14 and created a further 7 goals for Standard Liège. However After a row with coach Slavoljub Muslin Bia found himself in the B team. During the summer of 2015 a proposed move to Bursaspor fell through after they announced the signing of Hungarian Dzsudzsák. Finally Bia signed a three-year deal with Swiss side FC Sion.

International career

Mujangi Bia turned down his birthplace DR Congo to instead represent the Belgium national football team. He made his international debut on 29 May 2009 in a Kirin Cup draw against Chile. He has previously also played for Belgium at under-21 level.


Geoffrey Mujangi Bia Wikipedia