Back in 2013, Lazio’s 17-year-old wonderkid Joseph Minala burst onto the scene yet was then blamed for lying about his age.
Minala stood out as truly newsworthy after reports blaming him to be 42 rather for 17. A football site in Africa guaranteed that Minala was 42 years of age, this prompted an authority examination that was driven by the Italian Football Association.
In April 2014, it was declared that Minala was gotten free from any bad behavior. The 17-year-old was in line to make his Serie A debut with the world watching after the entire circumstance in regards to his age.
Be that as it may, he neglected to satisfy the enormous assumptions set upon him. Minala made a sum of only three appearances for Lazio in the 13/14 mission.
From that point forward, he was moved out borrowed to Serie B sides Bari and Latina prior to playing for Salernitana for a very long time.
During his experience with Salernitana, the Cameroonian showed up. Regardless of that, the club didn’t take the choice to sign him for all time and Minala got back to Lazio.
In 2020, he took action from Italy to China as he was credited to Chinese Super League side Qingdao Huanghai, he neglected to launch his profession there as he just showed up.
After the 20/21 season, his contract with Lazio terminated and he dropped down to Serie C to finish paperwork for bunch B side Lucchese, playing multiple times and scoring three.
Presently at 26 years old, he has gotten himself another new club.
Minala finished paperwork for Lucchese’s adversary in Serie C, Olbia Calcio this late spring.
The club said in an explanation: “The Company reports that it has conclusively gained the privileges to the games exhibitions of the player Joseph Minala.
It has been a troublesome vocation for Minala particularly after such a major contention very early on.
He has recently said that the age outrage impacted his profession.
Minala told The Laziali: “I was exceptionally youthful and I was unable to be aware or anticipate the reverberation this would have.
Minala additionally said that then Lazio director, Simone Inzaghi never offered him enough chances.
He added: “He didn’t allow me enough opportunities. As the primary player he zeroed in on in the young foundation, I anticipated an opportunity in the principal team.