Date of Birth: Jan 25th 1987.
Birth Place: Kinshasa,Democratic Republic of Congo
Height: 5ft 10'
Previous Clubs: Paris St-Germain, Amiens, West Brom, & Norwich.
Killie Contract: Nov 22nd 2017 thru May 2018.
Killie Debut: Dec 9th 2017, in a 5-1 home win over the Jags in the Scottish Premiership.
International: 36 Appearances for Democratic Republic of Congo. .
Nov 22ns 2017: Former West Bromwich Albion midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu has joined Kilmarnock on a deal until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old, who worked with Killie manager Steve Clarke at the English Premier League club, left Norwich City in the summer, and was given a two-week trial at Rugby Park. Mulumbu has also played for Paris St-Germain and Amiens in France. "I didn't come to Kilmarnock just like that," Mulumbu, who has 36 Democratic Republic of Congo caps, said. "I spoke with Steve Clarke and he told me everything about the club and that was a big impact that he came here. I worked with him for a year and I know he's an honest manager. I know the way he trains and the way he wants to play, so it suits me and was a big affect for me coming here. I'm looking forward to showing the real Mulumbu. I was with Norwich for two years and it didn't work like I wanted, so I have something to prove."
Dec 26th 2017: “When you know your talent and have confidence, you can play anywhere. I’m someone who likes to play football, I am enjoying playing for Kilmarnock. If everything is okay, I might pick up a bigger team or I may go back in the Premier League. You never know. Right now, I am enjoying my time here and I hope we are going to finish in the first part of the table. I signed a deal until the end of the season. It is a challenge for me. I had some injuries and people doubted me. Is he able to play? Is he able to run? You got your answer on the pitch against Rangers. I was running for 90 minutes to do my best to win the game. I’m not 100 per cent yet. Before Kilmarnock, my last game was in February for Congo. I’m just catching up. I hope not to get any injuries and then be fully fit after the break. It means my performances have to get better. I’m trying to work hard in training and keep learning every day. I did two years at Norwich which didn’t go the way I wanted. Now I am enjoying winning the ball, running and winning matches. I’m not going to lie to you. When you play for West Brom week in, week out, you are one of the main players".