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Vanarama National League club Torquay United have announced the signing of forward Benji Mbunga-Kimpioka on loan from SkyBet League One side Sunderland until the end of the season.
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The 21-year-old made his senior debut for the Black Cats in September 2018 and went on to open his scoring account for the Wearsiders the following month.

 

Internationally, he has also received recognition with Sweden, having won caps for the national side up to under-21 level.

 

Manager Gary Johnson told https://torquayunited.com: “We’re grateful to Sunderland for the loan of Kimpioka.

 

“He first came to my attention when Lee went to Sunderland. He was injured at the time, and we felt now was the right time for all three parties to make this move.

 

“He’s a striker with excellent pace and gives us very good options for our strike force during a very important and hectic game schedule”.

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Gulls Borrow Black Cats Forward
Gulls Borrow Black Cats Forward
Saturday 27 March 21 I 17:29:54
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The 21-year-old made his senior debut for the Black Cats in September 2018 and went on to open his scoring account for the Wearsiders the following month.

 

Internationally, he has also received recognition with Sweden, having won caps for the national side up to under-21 level.

 

Manager Gary Johnson told https://torquayunited.com: “We’re grateful to Sunderland for the loan of Kimpioka.

 

“He first came to my attention when Lee went to Sunderland. He was injured at the time, and we felt now was the right time for all three parties to make this move.

 

“He’s a striker with excellent pace and gives us very good options for our strike force during a very important and hectic game schedule”.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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