2020 (Philadelphia): Ngalina has appeared in the matchday squad twice.
2019 (Philadelphia/Bethlehem): Ngalina has made one appearance for the Union since he signed his first-team contract on May 8, 2019 ... made his first matchday 18 for Philadelphia vs. Seattle (May 18), but did not appear ... came on as a substitute for his MLS debut vs. Portland (May 25) ... for Bethlehem, he has made 21 appearances (21 starts), totaling six goals and two assists ... set Bethlehem’s all-time record for the quickest brace, scoring twice in two minutes at Loudoun United FC (May 3).
2018 (Bethlehem): In his first professional season, Ngalina totaled seven goals and two assists across 24 appearance (18 starts) in the regular season and postseason. He scored Bethlehem’s first-ever postseason goal, leveling the contest at Pittsburgh (October 20) which Steel FC eventually won on penalties. He also appeared for the Union once, coming on as a substitute in the team’s 5-0 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup victory over the Richmond Kickers (June 5).
Ngalina has earned a call up from the DR Congo youth national teams, competing in the 2016 Central African Football Federations' Union (UNIFAC) where he was the leading scorer for the Leopards’ U17 squad.
Philadelphia Union sign forward Michee Ngalina on May 8, 2019.
Name: Michee Ngalina (pronounced: MEE-she Guh-LEEN-uh)
Born: April 6, 2000 in Kinshasa, DR Congo
Hometown: Kinshasa, DR Congo
Citizenship: DR Congo
Acquired: Philadelphia Union sign forward Michee Ngalina on May 8, 2019
Previous Experience: Bethlehem Steel FC (2018-2019)