| Wesley Ngo Baheng|
| Le Blanc-Mesnil|
| (1989-09-23) 23 September 1989 (age 26)|
Blanc-Mesnil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France
UJA Maccabi Paris Metropole
Wesley Ngo Baheng (born 23 September 1989) is a French footballer of Cameroonian descent who plays for UJA Alfortville.
Baheng began playing at the youth system of Le Havre, and was offered a contract with Newcastle United in January 2008. He accepted but spent 18 months out of football due to a cruciate ligament injury. After a deal with Nuremberg fell through, in the early weeks of the 2010–11 season, Baheng had trials at Amiens, Faro, Mechelen and Gateshead, but eventually signed for Aldershot Town on a short-term deal. He made his professional debut as a substitute in the 2–0 defeat in the FA Cup match against Dover Athletic on 27 November 2010. Ngo Baheng was released by new Aldershot manager, Dean Holdsworth after the end of his short-term contract on 19 January 2011. On 28 January 2011, he signed a week-to-week contract with Hereford United, he left the club in March 2011. After a difficult season in Blanc-Mesnil, and coming back from injury, in June 2012, Wesley Ngo Baheng sign a contract federal to fc Dieppe.
Ngo Baheng has also experimented with rap, recording several tracks under the alias F-ikass which is a diminutive of the French word efficace which directly translates to effective in English. In 2010, he produced a music video with local Newcastle R&B singer Jamilah Hassan – titled 'When the Sun Goes Down'. He has a publishing company and events company with his manager Sasha Huet Baranov.
As of 15 April 2011.
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