Savity Lipenia is a Congolese defender, born on 17 April 2979 in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The footballer started his professional career at the age of 23, when he joined FCPARC des – Ngealiima, which was competing in the Congolese football league. Before that he played at the amateur level, being a part of different local and regional non-professional teams, developing his natural football talent.
In 2003 the player changed the club, moving to FC Daringe, where he caught the attention of the European football scouts. There he managed to stay for a year, before being offered to sign a contract with FC Hakoah Ramat Gan in 2004, where he started a new chapter of his career.
Savity managed to show his prodigious play during the 2006/2007 season and drew the attention of other Israeli teams. FC Hapoel Haifa was one of his admirers and first to make an official offer for the Congolese footballer, who eventually signed a contract with the club in 2007. Altogether the player spent four seasons with the Haifa club, helping his team to get the Israeli Premier League promotion.
On 21 July 2011 Lipenia joined FC Ironi Nir Ramat HaSharon, where he quickly managed to establish himself as a first-team regular. During his very first 2011/2012 season at the club, he featured in 31 games, being substituted just three times on the way.
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