Flip­ping ’eck, Kazenga to con­tinue

The Football League Paper - - FINAL THIRD -

BRIGHTON manager Chris Hughton is hardly go­ing to be head over heels about it, but Kazenga LuaLua says he has no in­ten­tion of stop­ping his back­flip goal cel­e­bra­tion.

The DR Congo in­ter­na­tional has been out of ac­tion for ten weeks but scored for the first time in more than three months in Tues­day’s 2-0 win over Derby.

Older brother Lo­mana, for­merly with New­cas­tle and now play­ing in Turkey, is also noted for his aerial ac­ro­bat­ics. And 24- year-old winger LuaLua claims he will ig­nore any ad­vice to tone down his cel­e­bra­tions.

“It is some­thing in the fam­ily blood – it is al­ways go­ing to hap­pen,” LuaLua said.“I know the staff don’t like it when I do a back­flip but I don’t think any­one can stop me – it is how I cel­e­brate.”

LuaLua pre­vi­ously worked with Seag­ulls boss Hughton at New­cas­tle United.“The gaffer has been su­perb with me since he got the job,” he added.

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