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Old February 14th, 2012, 04:59 PM   #241
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Well done Mazembe!!!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 11:09 PM   #242
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I'm bitterly astonished by the amount Tp Mazembe paid for their stadium. According to Moise, Mazembe will build another stadium in the long term than why spend so much on this one? What can explain the fact they had to multiply their initial budget by 20 in just a matter of year, what was their turning point?
The same amount government Kengo Wa Dondo did pay for Stade Kamanyola. Unbelievable.
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Old February 14th, 2012, 11:20 PM   #243
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The same amount government Kengo Wa Dondo did pay for Stade Kamanyola. Unbelievable.
The Kengo government did not pay a penny for the construction of “Stade Kamanyola”: it was donated by the Chinese government, so was the “Palais du peuple”.
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Old February 14th, 2012, 11:43 PM   #244
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I'm bitterly astonished by the amount Tp Mazembe paid for their stadium. According to Moise, Mazembe will build another stadium in the long term than why spend so much on this one? What can explain the fact they had to multiply their initial budget by 20 in just a matter of year, what was their turning point?
Thats insane and unbelievable amount. 40 million? This stadium isn't even worth 10 million.

This must be a mistaken amount by the media.
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Old February 15th, 2012, 01:06 AM   #245
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The Kengo government did not pay a penny for the construction of “Stade Kamanyola”: it was donated by the Chinese government, so was the “Palais du peuple”.
Yes, it was Kengo who made Kamanyola project to succeed. Mobutu went to China to negotiate this. Do not lie to yourself it wasn’t a gift from Chinese. Government Kengo did pay 40 millions for this, do you know Kamanyola isn’t properly finish due to unpaid fee. Do you know Kamanyola should have opened in 1992; it took this long because of unpaid fee. If you were the day Kamanyola was open you could see it wasn’t ready. I was there the first day Kamanyola was open, one Chinese team played first game, which they won 3-2, and I forget which team they played against. Second game was V.Club vs. DCMP, which Imana won 3-0 after extra time. You could see the stadium wasn’t properly finished yet. And the PM who opened Kamanyola was Faustin Birindwa.

For, “Palais du peuple” I am no sure, so I am not going to say yes or no. but in Brazzaville, they have a building the same as “Palais du peuple.” I have difficulty to accept in 70s Chinese could donate a free building like “Palais du peuple” for free, which today in Kanambe government it could cost near 200 million or even more.

How they could give “Palais du peuple” who could cost 200 millions dollar for free, but they make us pay for BLV Triomphale, which cost way less than “Palais du peuple.” this the first time I hear “Palais du peuple” was a donation from Chinese. “free”

Kamanyola wasn’t free I can confirm you that.

I am sorry Butembo for going off topic.
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Old February 15th, 2012, 04:36 AM   #246
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Yes, it was Kengo who made Kamanyola project to succeed. Mobutu went to China to negotiate this. Do not lie to yourself it wasn’t a gift from Chinese. Government Kengo did pay 40 millions for this, do you know Kamanyola isn’t properly finish due to unpaid fee. Do you know Kamanyola should have opened in 1992; it took this long because of unpaid fee. If you were the day Kamanyola was open you could see it wasn’t ready. I was there the first day Kamanyola was open, one Chinese team played first game, which they won 3-2, and I forget which team they played against. Second game was V.Club vs. DCMP, which Imana won 3-0 after extra time. You could see the stadium wasn’t properly finished yet. And the PM who opened Kamanyola was Faustin Birindwa.

For, “Palais du peuple” I am no sure, so I am not going to say yes or no. but in Brazzaville, they have a building the same as “Palais du peuple.” I have difficulty to accept in 70s Chinese could donate a free building like “Palais du peuple” for free, which today in Kanambe government it could cost near 200 million or even more.

How they could give “Palais du peuple” who could cost 200 millions dollar for free, but they make us pay for BLV Triomphale, which cost way less than “Palais du peuple.” this the first time I hear “Palais du peuple” was a donation from Chinese. “free”

Kamanyola wasn’t free I can confirm you that.
Check your facts, Litho. “Stade Kamanyola” (which cost is estimated at $38 million), “Palais du peuple” and “Hôpital de l’amitié sino-congolaise” (N’djili/Kinshasa) were built by Chinese companies and fully financed by the Chinese government. The Stade Kamanyola was supposed to be part of a big sports complex equipped with a hotel, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a parking lot, a sports palace, etc. The Chinese party financed and constructed the stadium and the Zairian party was to finance the rest, which amounted to $50 million. As usual, they never disbursed a penny for the project. Again, the stadium as such was financed by the Chinese government, not the Zairian one. However, I must rectify my statement concerning the nature of the financing. According to the Sino-Zairian convention, the Chinese party would fully finance the construction and the Zairian would reimburse at a later stage. It was a free loan, not a donation per se. As for Palais du peuple, it was definitely a donation.

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Old February 24th, 2012, 08:48 PM   #247
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Let us come back to the topic.

Plus que trois mois pour finir les travaux !

Faire du stade du TPM un lieu plein de confort, un grand nid de football qui abritera les prochains moments forts des Corbeaux dans toutes les compétitions. C’est l’objectif d’un chantier de Kamalondo qui avance à grands pas.

Les impératifs sont nombreux et justifiés : un stade construit à l’anglaise, où tout est mis en place afin de garantir la sécurité des acteurs et des spectateurs, aspect crucial qu’examinera attentivement la FIFA pour que l’homologation du stade soit accordée. Pendant ce temps, les professionnels, le U20 et les Académiciens de la KFA s’entraînent chaque jour sur la magnifique pelouse synthétique qui absorbe les eaux de pluie comme par magie…

Le point sur les travaux :

1. Séparation aire de jeu - tribunes
Les ouvriers sont mobilisés par la fixation des frontières matérielles anti-envahissement sous forme d’un grillage mesurant 1m40 de haut séparant les spectateurs de l’aire de jeu.

2. Tribunes de presse
L’espace destiné à la presse prend forme, au centre des loges V.I.P au sommet de la tribune principale. Des cloisons sont en train d’être montées afin de permettre aux nombreux médias accrédités de travailler dans les meilleures conditions.

3. Loges V.I.P
Quant aux loges, ce sera bien entendu le meilleur endroit pour suivre le match en toute tranquillité et sérénité. Ce lieu déjà climatisé sera vitré, avec un confort feutré pour accueillir les sponsors et partenaires du TPM, les représentants des autorités administratives et sportives, etc. Avec un ascenseur pour y accéder, des écrans plats et un service de petite restauration (catering).

4. Sièges en tribunes populaires
Tout tourne en vitesse afin d‘achever les travaux avant le mois de juin, où interviendra l’ouverture de l’enceinte, comme sur l’une des tribunes populaires derrières les buts qui reçoit ses sièges. Un modèle sans risque d’arrachement. Le nom TP MAZEMBE est en cours d’exécution, dessiné par des sièges blancs sur fond de sièges noirs.

5. Panneaux électroniques et écrans géants
La semaine passée, deux techniciens venus de Strasbourg et de Francfort ont passé deux journées à étudier l’implantation des panneaux de publicité électroniques et des deux écrans géants (15 mètres carrés chacun). La bande de panneaux LED (180 m de long en tout sur 90 cm de haut) permettra d’afficher des publicités lumineuses et dynamiques dernier cri, comme celles que l’on peut voir à la télé sur les grands stades modernes européens.`

6. Vestiaires, shop, clinique, banque…

Les travaux de finition se poursuivent également dans les locaux qui abriteront les vestiaires. Dans l’enceinte où se situent les bureaux, un supermarché, une banque, une boutique destinée à la vente des produits dérivés du TPM (maillots, drapeaux, fanions, casquettes, etc.) et la clinique, il ne manque que l’ameublement. On est bien dans la grande ligne droite, pas loin de la ligne d’arrivée…

Pour les photos : http://www.tpmazembe.com/multimedia/...antier-mazembe

Source: http://www.tpmazembe.com/actualite/2...ir-les-travaux
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Old February 27th, 2012, 12:54 AM   #248
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I absolutely love that turf they used it similar to the astro turf used in Njeru training centre in Jinja city in ug. its the best astro its smooth and doesn't scratch you or give you a rash.

Njeru straining centre


wish this was used in our stadia ...
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Old February 27th, 2012, 02:31 PM   #249
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I absolutely love that turf they used it similar to the astro turf used in Njeru training centre in Jinja city in ug. its the best astro its smooth and doesn't scratch you or give you a rash.

Njeru straining centre

wish this was used in our stadia ...
Who owns that training centre. Meaning, is it reserved for a particular club ?
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Old February 27th, 2012, 03:16 PM   #250
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Old February 27th, 2012, 07:09 PM   #251
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Who owns that training centre. Meaning, is it reserved for a particular club ?
nah its a national trainig ground . used by the national teams ( the cranes and the U-23 )
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Old February 28th, 2012, 04:04 PM   #252
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nah its a national trainig ground . used by the national teams ( the cranes and the U-23 )
Okey. That's good. Very nice pitch.
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Old February 28th, 2012, 06:40 PM   #253
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Damn this stadium only cost 3 million dollars..
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Old February 28th, 2012, 07:11 PM   #254
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I hope they can improve the outisde of the stadium.
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 01:50 AM   #255
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quand est-ce ouverture du stade mazambe?
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Amazing!! I love DRC!! keep working!
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Old May 2nd, 2012, 09:27 AM   #257
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quand est-ce ouverture du stade mazambe?
Juin, 2012.
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Old May 3rd, 2012, 04:37 AM   #258
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Merci Butembo!

Ce qui est les empêchant de se déplacer dedans puisqu'il semble de finition?
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Old June 10th, 2012, 08:18 PM   #259
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Le stade TPM sera un équipement moderne qui devra satisfaire à des exigences de sécurité, de confort et de fonctionnement très strictes. Au lendemain de la clôture des travaux de génie civil, le cap a été mis sur certaines tâches spécifiques liées au fonctionnement du stade, à l’accessibilité des tribunes et des loges. Des ingénieurs sont à pied d’œuvre, un ascenseur pour conduire les V.I.P est en phase de montage.

Avec une capacité d’accueil de près de 18.000 places dont un bon pourcentage réservé aux tribunes d’honneur, le stade TPM offrira une qualité d’accueil exceptionnel et un grand confort pour les spectateurs. Confort d’assise, confort visuel et auditif, des zones ont été définies et limitées par des treillis. Pour chaque zone plusieurs entrées permettront aux spectateurs de prendre place sur leurs sièges. Lors du deuxième test, le jeudi dernier, au cours du match TPM-Tchad, plusieurs milliers de spectateurs présents n’ont eu aucune plainte à formuler.

Les loges prennent forme

Les baies vitrées décorant chaque loge rendent l’espace très attractif, vu des tribunes. Il bénéficie d’une bonne conception architecturale avec des accès principaux par une structure d’escalier déjà sur pied et un ascenseur actuellement en plein montage. Ces loges climatisées seront meublées dans un style très design pour devenir de vrais salons VIP.

Des services d’appoint s’attèlent aux ultimes travaux de finition : branchements électriques, pavement, peintures, etc., en attendant l’installation des équipements électroniques pour la centralisation du contrôle d’accès, la vidéosurveillance, les écrans géants et les panneaux publicitaires électroniques avec la régie son et vidéo, etc.

On l’a vu, tout (ou presque) est déjà fonctionnel et rien ne peut plus empêcher la structure d’accueillir des matches amicaux. En attendant l’homologation de l’enceinte par les instances confédérales.

De bonnes nouvelles qui plaisent au Chairman, lequel attend impatiemment de l’entrepreneur l’annonce de la fin du chantier. Pourquoi pas à la fin de ce mois de juin ?...


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