Amsterdam (Holland), Bordeaux (France), Malaga (Spain), Atletico
Madrid (Spain), Manchester City (England)
Kiki Musampa (born July 20, 1977 in Kinshasa, Zaďre) is a
Dutch international footballer who is currently on loan to
Manchester City from Atlético de Madrid.
Musampa first started off in the famous Ajax Amsterdam youth
academy where he played a total of 31 games in two seasons and
scored six goals. He subsequently signed on for Girondins
Bordeaux in 1997 to further his experience in the hope to be
selected for the Dutch national team competing in the 1998 World
Cup although he was overlooked by then coach Guus Hiddink.
After spending two seasons at the French club, he decided to
move on to Spanish club Málaga CF where he was to play 94 games
and score a total of 22 goals in four seaons. In 2003, he was
transferred to Atlético Madrid in what he viewed as a
potentially good career move. In his first season with the club,
he played 26 matches and scored two goals although in the
following season, he was relegated to the substitutes' bench and
only scrapped together eight games in 2004.
As of 2005 he has scored three goals for Manchester City. In
June 2005 Musampa signed to play for Manchester City for a
second season. The Dutchman started the season as a regular
first team player, but lost his first team place in December