Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani is one of the revelations of this start to the season in Germany and will take part in the the 2022 World Cup.
Called surprise during the gathering of the France team in September during the League of Nations matches, Randal Kolo Muani was called Wednesday, November 16 for the 2022 World Cup by coach Didier Deschamps in order to compensate for the injury of Christopher Nkunku, affected by the injury. to training on Tuesday 15 November after contact with Real Madrid player Eduardo Camavinga.
His journey in blue
Randal Kolo Muani is a novice with the Blues. With only 7 selections among the hopefuls, a European championship in 2021 and the Olympic Games at hand. Tokyo, the Frenchman had been the called surprise in September 2022 for the Nations League matches. À the key of this summons, two selections against Austria (2-0), September 22, and Denmark (0-2), September 25.
Further to; Nkunku's injury, the Frankfurt striker will play his first World Cup in Qatar. An almost inaccessible dream as he had explained. with Ouest France. "Honestly, I don't think about it. There, I want to have fun, play my football, like it. And afterwards, refocusing on my club and continuing to perform as I do. Me, I don't take my head with ça. I'm only at my third season in the pro world. I still have plenty to do. learn. I'm trying to catch up on the delay I took. I'm even a bit ahead now
His World Cup potential His playing career
In an interview with to Vista, the player returned to his history and in particular his youth in Italy. "I had done tests in Serie C, then in Serie B (in Vicenza). I was hotter for Serie B because after the U17 nationals I had nothing left and I didn't want to continue. I wanted to either leave or do something. It's going well, I'm doing my preparation with them, I'm doing a month. But my father does not feel it, traces the new striker of the Blues. He's in town and he's calling me: 'What's going on? They talk about contracts and everything. He was asking me what it was but I didn't know anything. I wanted to stay at all costs, I was beginning to get out of the mythos like 'it's a year, don't worry'. He told me 'it's not clear all çhas'." He told me that I had to go home because school was starting again. I said 'no, I don't want to go back'. He had gotten me a train ticket for the next day at; 10 a.m. I cried all night, end of the dream, says Kolo Muani again. I thought, 'What am I going to do?'. I will go back to school. Football was over in quotation marks.
Also in this same interview, Randal Kolo Muani explains that he left to “take a test to be tested”. Rennes for a week whereù çit is going well. They still had to see me and they called me back. for October holidays, for a new week. At the end of ça they told me there was a similar player with me and they kept him." For Nantes, history is made quickly, "my brother announced it to me; telling me he had good news and bad news. The bad news is that it was dead to death. Rennes, I was disgusted. The good news is that I had a test on Monday at the end of the day. Nantes. On the third day, I was summoned. by the director of the center. He asked me to write a cover letter for me to sign. I did çthis with my brother. I only listened to my parents and my agents. They made me sign seven months."
Randal Kolo Muani
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Né to Bondy, Randal Kolo Muani comes from a Congolese family and grew up on the side of of Villepinte. His origins are important to the player. "What I have of Congolese? Everything! A good mood. I also like to dance but not necessarily Koffi (the star singer of the country)" had he launched? in a press conference when the player was on the side of from Boulogne sur Mer nationally.
Randal Kolo Muani is also very close to his family and his father. "My daddy is coming to all matches, from Villepinte (2h30 drive). Sometimes he is there. two or three days before and frankly, it's very important in a career to be well surrounded" had also explained the player when he played nationally.