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Okello admits to facing hiccups in adapting to Algerian football

By Football256 Team
Paradou AC attacker Allan Okello during his debut game against Bayadh on Thursday February 13, 2020 | Paradou FC photo

Change is an act or process through which something becomes different and a fact of life, that’s exactly the same boat Allan Okello is in currently.

Since joining Algerian Ligue 1 side Paradou AC in January 2020 from Ugandan giants KCCA FC, life in many aspects has been far from the same for the sensational and talented player in Algeria.

Something he thinks it’s just temporary due to the new environment and that he will get used soon.

“I am a new player at Paradou and still coping up with a totally new environment; from teammates, football, food and, the language,” Okello said during a Skype interview on Sanyuka TV’s Endiba Yaffe programme on Tuesday afternoon.

“It has been a bit difficult for me to quickly get used but the thing is the coaches are guiding me well to ensure that I quickly get used,” he added.

The inaugural winner of the Football256 Player of the Year award weighed in on the distinction between the Uganda Premier League and the Algerian Premier League, revealing that the UPL can develop to that level in the future.

“To be honest the Algerian Premier League is much more professional than our league in Uganda and so is the competition.”

“Every game is bigger irrespective of the team you’re playing but I believe slowly by slowly with time we shall also get there,” Okello said.

Asked if his departure left a big vacuum at the 13-time UPL champions thus their slight dip in form, Okello noted; “It was an emotional moment for me when I was leaving KCCA FC, but good I got the blessings from the club to go get the best.”

“I thought the team was going to cope better with my departure, but that is football and I believe there are a lot of wonderful players to take the team forward.”

“I am very hopeful when the league resumes, they will perform well,” he continued.

Despite the initial inevitable hiccups at the Algerian side, the FUFA 2019 MVP vows to continue working hard to achieve his ambition of playing in Europe.

“I want to use Paradou as a platform to move to better and big clubs in Europe through being patient and working very hard like I have always done,” he further stressed.

Like most educated players who never forget the people who moulded them, the 2016 Copa Coca-Cola national schools post-primary MVP heaped praise on former coach Mike Mutebi.

“To be honest I miss coach Mike Mutebi a lot and I hope we reunite in the future. He is a very good coach and one of the best in Africa,” Okello stated.

With the world currently hit by the pandemic COVID-19, Okello dubbed the situation as his worst experience in life and urged everyone worldwide to keep following what the experts say.

It’s difficult and to me it’s my worst experience. But I pray it ends which I believe it will with time, and I urge everyone to keep following what the medical experts tell us.”

With a handful of appearances to his name since joining Paradou in January, Okello has managed one goal that came on his debut when they smashed MC El Bayadh 5-0 in the Algerian Cup.

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