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London tigers 2000-2012
Kingstonian FC 2012
Wallton and Hersham FC 2012-2014
Ashford Town (Mdx) 2014
London Tigers 2015-2016
Ngeno began formal education at Melcombe Primary School. He attended from nursery to Year 6. He was part of the Year 5/6 football team whilst only in Year 3. At the tender age of 8, he made history in his year group to become called up to football matches of the elder team, whilst mid year exams were being held.
He attended North Westminster Community School for Secondary School education. He was the school prefect and also football team captain when matches took place.
2000 watford tournament
2003/2004 most improved player
2004 represented England
2004 Bang team of the year
2010 Reserve team runners up
He was born in Hammersmith, London; to a Ghanian born Mother and Kenyan born Father. Ngeno earned the slightly altered nickname 'Minott' after the French measurement Minot from his football teammates because he always saved his team mates because he consistently performed goal line clearnaces while taking his medication for his wellbeing; when he played during the Harrow Youth League in the 2004/2005 season. His team finished runners up during this campaign, second only to Wealdstone. He is a Middlesex University  honors graduate. In 2019, Ngeno stated a challenge for Kenya's "Harambee Stars" Senior National Team, to reach the World Cup Final tournament at an international level for the first time in their history.
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- "Home | Middlesex University London". www.mdx.ac.uk. Retrieved 2019-08-02.
- "Greg 'Minott' Ngeno (@Gregory_Ngeno) | Twitter". twitter.com. Retrieved 2019-08-02.