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Bebey Kingué Retires From Football

 

 

By Basil K Mbuye

Former Les Astres of Douala defender, Paul Rolland Bebey Kingué, has put an end to his football career at the age of 33.

The news of the defender’s retirement from football was made public by his club, FC Neman Grodno, a Belarusian football club from the city of Grodno.

Kingue spent five years playing for FC Neman Grodno making a total of 128 games, scoring two goals during his time there.

Going by the reports, the decision to put an end to his career is for him to spend enough time with his wife and son.

During his playing days, the 33-year-old had spells with Douala Athletic Club, Les Astres, Gaziantep B.B, New Stars of Douala, Bleid-Gaume, Khayr Vahdat and FC Neman Grodno.

He was the finalist of the Cup of Cameroon in 2009 and 2010 with Les Astres FC and 2012 with the New Stars of Douala. He represented Cameroon at the Under 23 level.

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