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Albert Ngabo is APR’s midfielder. Interestingly he has played for almost all local national football teams. He first played for Mutara FC, Police FC, Lyon FC, and now APR FC.Ngabo said that he discovered his football skills when he was a little boy—and was often praised as a ‘dangerous striker’ in his school teams.
Albert Ngabo
Albert Ngabo

Albert Ngabo is APR’s midfielder. Interestingly he has played for almost all local national football teams.

He first played for Mutara FC, Police FC, Lyon FC, and now APR FC.

Ngabo said that he discovered his football skills when he was a little boy—and was often praised as a ‘dangerous striker’ in his school teams.

In both Primary and Secondary school, soccer won him respect and it was no wonder that Ngabo later decided to focus on football as a profession.

Ngabo recently earned himself massive kudos for saving Rwanda against DR Congo’s African champions TP Mazembe in the Orange Champions League that took place in Kigali at Amahoro stadium, on Sunday March 21.

The 24-year-old scored the crucial goal on the 88th minute that saw APR.

APR FC beat DR Congo’s TP Mazembe 1-0.  

Meanwhile, when Ngabo is not busy on the pitch, he enjoys Hip-hop music which he confesses he’s a diehard of.

This down-to-earth football ace is still a bachelor, but plans to marry someday.

So single ladies obsessed with footballers—hit the pitch and hookup with the star. One of you might be the luck lady.

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