Stuttgart’s Congolese ahead Silas Katompa Mvumpa was banned for 3 months and fined 30,000 euros ($36,328) by the German Soccer Affiliation (DFB) on Friday after admitting he performed below a false id.
Each the participant and the Bundesliga membership accepted the effective and ban, which runs till September 11, for “unsportsmanlike conduct” handed down by the DFB sports activities courtroom.
It means Stuttgart can be with out the ahead for the primary 4 weeks of the brand new Bundesliga season which begins August 13.
“It was clear to him and us that Silas could be sanctioned by the DFB,” mentioned Stuttgart sporting director Sven Mislintat.
“The judgement additionally takes under consideration the particular circumstances of his case, which we’re completely happy is now closed for Silas.”
On Tuesday, Stuttgart introduced that Mvumpa — who had been taking part in below the alias Silas Wamangituka — was born on 6 October 1998 in Kinshasa, and never a yr later as he had claimed.
The participant mentioned he took the drastic step of mendacity about his title and age after being the sufferer of manipulation by a former agent.
Stuttgart mentioned Mvumpa confessed his true id to them, which was confirmed by official paperwork from the Democratic Republic of Congo and the membership then notified the DFB.
Mvumpa, who scored 13 targets in 27 video games final season, had a trial with Belgian facet Anderlecht in 2017 and he claimed he was pressured to maneuver to Paris by his former consultant.
He joined second-tier Paris FC after which moved to Stuttgart in 2019.
In a press release, Mvumpa mentioned for the previous few years he had been “consistently dwelling in concern and was additionally very anxious for my household in Congo”.
He admitted it was “a tricky step” to make his story public and thanked Stuttgart for his or her help.