NextPro Sports Management Agency has today announced the signing of Allan Okello, a Ugandan international football player currently playing for Paradou AC in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 in Algeria.
Allan Okello is an attacking midfielder currently signed with Paradou AC in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 which he joined in 2019 following a move from KCCA FC where he featured in 113 games scoring 39 goals and winning 2 Uganda Premier League titles and 2 Uganda Cup titles in the two years he spent at the club.
Allan is an established international, left-footed playmaker who made his Uganda Uganda cranes debut in November 2019 against Malawi in the 2021 AFCON Qualifiers and is currently a regular member of the National Team.
Seen as one of the best players from Uganda in the recent past, the young player who lit up the Uganda footballing scene before deciding to take his craft to Algeria now joins one of the best sports management agencies in the country to better represent him as a player and a brand.
What does the deal mean for Allan Okello?
“It’s an eminent moment working with NextPro Sports for the good of my brand, my first commercial representation contract, let’s get it on!”, these were Allan Okello’s comments on joining NextPro Sports. Born in Lira, Uganda, Allan started his football journey at the Lira Destiny Sports Academy before joining Kibuli SS where he won the Copa Coca-Cola and National Post Schools Championship.
Next Pro Sports Founder & CEO Sultan Suliz commented on the new signing: “Allan Okello is a big talent and a fast-growing brand and we’re delighted to be part of his journey.”
NextPro Sports will be representing the Uganda Cranes international in regards to public relations and marketing, communications, and digital strategy, as well as commercial partnerships.
NextPro Sports Management Agency is a full-service player management company based in Uganda, East Africa with a dedication to sports as a passion and prides themselves in professionally representing players and maximizing their potential both on and off the field no matter the stage they’re at in their sporting careers.
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