Allan Okello: Cranes sensational completes move to NextPro Sports


Uganda Cranes sensational midfielder Allan Okello has completed his move to NextPro Sports Management Agency.

Okello who currently play for Paradou AC in the Algerian Ligue 1 signs with the management company on an undisclosed contract.

Okello started his club career at Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC, at a side where he went on to feature in 113 games and found the back of the net 39 times. He also helped the Kasasiro Boys win two Uganda Premier League and Uganda Cup titles and was instrumental when KCCA reached the group stages of the CAF Champions League in 2017.

He joined Paradou in 2020 and has gone to feature in 27 games, scoring four goals.

Okello is a fully capped by the Uganda Cranes as he made his debut in 2019 against Somalia.

NextPro will be representing Okello in regards to public relations and marketing, communications, and digital strategy, as well as commercial partnerships.

Okello joins Proline FC’s Gerald Kirya and URA FC midfielder Ivan Sserubiri as the notable players managed by the Agency.

Formers Vipers and Tooro United head coach Edward Golola is the management agency ambassador and mentor.

According to the founder of the management agency, Sultan Atubo sooner than later, a couple of other players will be unveiled officially.

About NextPro Sports Management Agency

NextPro Sports Management is a full-service sports management company based in Uganda, East Africa.

They take pride and passion in themselves in professionally representing athletes and maximizing their potential both on and off the field no matter the stage they are in their sporting careers with a mission to provide athletes with the best representation services and establish a relationship in accordance with our principles of utmost Professionalism, Transparency and Trust.

Besides legal representation, NextPro Sports management is also engaged in branding and marketing, financial services (offering financial planning and advice to our clients), as well as negotiation of commercial deals.

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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