|DR Congo win classic tie to reach Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals
Cafonline.com - January 31, 2015
|DR Congo ended the fairytale run of neighbours Congo Brazzaville on Saturday when they came from behind to win 4-2 and qualify for the semi-finals of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. Congo, who were only reinstated in the qualifying tournament of this competition after Rwanda were disqualified for fielding an ineligible player, led this battle of the Congos 2-0 before DRC fought back to win with four goals in the last 25 minutes.
|DR Congo Out of Africa Cup of Nations After Draw With Mali
Fifa.com - January 28, 2013
|Knowing nothing short of a win today would see them through to the knockout stages, DR Congo came flying out of the traps and took the lead through Dieumerci Mbokani's penalty. But Samassa equalised in the 13th minute and while both sides had chances to win the match, they had to settle for a draw as Mali sealed their passage from Group B alongside Ghana.
|Africa Cup of Nations 2013: DR Congo unified under Le Roy
BBC Sport - January 16, 2013
|The Democratic Republic of Congo might finally be able to recapture their former glories thanks to the unifying influence of their French coach Claude Le Roy. Recent success has been in short supply, with their best showing at the Nations Cup in recent years being a third-place finish in 1998.
|DR Congo coach Claude LeRoy to draw on Ghana experience
BBC Sport - October 25, 2012
|DR Congo coach Claude LeRoy will use his experience as a former coach of Ghana to gain an edge when the sides meet in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. The teams were placed together in Group B, along with Niger and Mali, for the tournament in South Africa. And LeRoy, who led Ghana from 2006-2008, believes his knowledge of the Black Stars might have them worried.
|DR Congo Qualify for 2013 Africa Cup of Nations
Congo News Agency - October 14, 2012
|DR Congo's national football team have qualified for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations despite losing 2-1 to Equatorial Guinea's Nzalang Nacional in Malabo on Sunday. Coach Claude LeRoy's men had secured a 4-0 win during the first leg in Kinshasa. They advance 5-2 on aggregate.
|Youssouf Mulumbu retires from international football
Patrice Citera | BBC Sport - September 22, 2011
|Youssouf Mulumbu has announced his retirement from international football to concentrate on his career with his English club West Bromwich Albion. Fecofa confirmed it had received a letter from Mulumbu about his future. "It is with regret that I write to let you know about my decision to withdraw definitively from international football with immediate effect," he wrote.
|Mbokani to rejoin DR Congo squad after coach lifts ban
Patrice Citera | BBC Sport - September 9, 2011
|DR Congo coach Claude LeRoy has said that he will recall Anderlecht striker Dieumerci Mbokani to the national team. LeRoy's predecessor Robert Nouzaret, who resigned last week, had vowed that Mbokani would never play for the national team as long as he was coach.
|Claude LeRoy signs a contract to coach DR Congo again
BBC Sport - September 2, 2011
|Claude LeRoy has signed a three-year contract to coach the DR Congo for a second time. He is aiming to be in the dugout for Saturday's 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Senegal although only to help Santos Mutubile, who will be in overall charge.