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Bebe Cool’s son makes it to U20 national team

“Hard work pays”. At least that is one saying that Bebe Cool’s family has been striding on. With Bebe Cool’s success aside, Alpha Thierry is on the right path to success not in music but in sports.

After securing the proline under 17 armband, Bebe Cool’s second-born has been shortlisted to represent Uganda in the Hippos squad that is going to play against Zambia in the upcoming African U20 qualifiers.

He has been included in the squad that also features other players like Ivan Asaba from Vipers, Joseph Kizza Bukenya from KCCA, Ivan Bogere from Proline, Derrick Kakooza from Police, Derrick Onyai from Mbarara City FC, and Jamal Masiko from Swedish side Malmo Fria Laroverken among others.

His progress at Proline has been impeccable and the CEO has been impressed with him from day one.

“As Proline, we are so much delighted about the development and progress of Alpha. He is such an impressive, good player,” said Mujib Kasule sometime back.

Bebe Cool seems to have identified his sons’ talent right from childhood as he named him after former Arsenal star Thierry Henry.

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