| Ridge Mickael Mobulu|
| (1991-06-29) June 29, 1991 (age 24)|
Ridge Mobulu Wikipedia
Ridge Mobulu (born June 29, 1991 in Aigle, Switzerland) is a Congolese footballer currently playing for FC Le Mont.
Mobulu grew up in Lausanne, Switzerland, was a student at Ecole Secondaire des Bergières, and joined the youth ranks of local club FC Aigle as a 5-year-old in 1996. He joined nearby FC Yvorne in 2003, before joining Swiss professional club Lausanne-Sport's youth set-up in 2005 aged 14, where he played from the U-15 to the U-18 level until 2008.
Mobulu made his professional debut with Lausanne-Sport on December 9, 2007, in a game against Winterthur in Switzerland's second division Challenge League. He made 20 appearances for Lausanne in the 2009-10, scoring five goals, and spent six month on loan with Bulle of Switzerland's third-tier 1. Liga between January and June 2010.
Mobulu moved to Canada in the summer of 2010 to join the Vancouver Whitecaps, initially as a member of the team's PDL affiliate Vancouver Whitecaps Residency. He made his full Whitecaps debut on July 28, coming on as a second-half substitute for Blake Wagner during a 1-0 away win over Montreal Impact, and scored his first Whitecaps goal during a 2-2 home draw versus Austin Aztex on August 29.
Mobulu played with the Swiss national U-15 team in 2005, but has since declared his intention to play for the Democratic Republic of the Congo should the opportunity arise. Though born and raised in Switzerland, Mobulu is a citizen of DR Congo through his parents, Ngia Jose Nzobo and Florent Kashama Mobulu.