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‘Everlasting’ Georges Mandjeck wins another trophy

Mandjeck made 17 appearances and scored twice plus provided one assist for the new champions

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Georges Constant Mandjeck has added another trophy to his collection following the success achieved in Israel’s second tier championship
  • Hapoel Ironi Kiryat will return to the top-flight championship next season – marking a return for Mandjeck as well

Combative Cameroonian midfielder Georges Contant Mandjeck has emerged champion of Israel with his second tier employer, Hapoel Ironi Kiryat.

The club coached by 55-year-old Shai Barda secured the title on Friday afternoon following a comfortable 4-1 win against Ramat Hasharon in the final day of the Israeli second tier championship.

Hapoel Ironi Kiryat goals from Roy Harrell, Yair Mordechai, David Dego and substitute Roei Zikiri reduced Niv Livnat’s strike for Ramat to just something to shout about as the visitors ran out comfortable winners in the match day 7 fixture of the playoffs, even without Mandjeck in the squad.

Despite being in the twilight of his career at 35, the former VFL Stuggart holding midfielder made 17 appearances and scored two goals, one assist and was booked on five occasions across  for the title winning club – putting in a shift anytime he is picked or introduced.

The latest success less than a year after his arrival is Mandjeck’s second club trophy. It adds to the second tier championship won by the globetroter in 2010 while on the books of Kaiserslautern.

If his one year contract signed in October last year is extended, the former Nea Salamis, Waasland Beveren plus Sparta  Prague midfielder will stay and re-appear in the Israeli top-flight championship he last featured in back in 2018 while on the books of Maccabi Haifa.

Mandjeck’s rich football journey has also had stops at French clubs , Stade Rennes, Auxerre, FC Metz and Turkish sides Erciyesspor and Kocaelispor.

The veteran Kadji Sports Academy product featured 53 times for the Indomtable Lions of Cameroon with whom he won the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Gabon as a regular.

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