Previous Ghana, Nottingham Forest, and Bristol Rovers striker Junior Agogo have kicked the bucket at 40 years old. Undoubtedly, he left an unforgettable impact on the world of sports, especially in football.
Agogo, who beautifully began his profession at Sheffield Wednesday, played several times for his nation and scored 12 goals. He finished his profession at Hibernian in 2012 has additionally had spells in the United States, Cyprus, and Egypt. Agogo endured a stroke in 2015 and fought with his discourse a short time later, telling a BBC Four narrative in 2017 he felt on edge about his language. It also got hits on GTV online.
His previous clubs were among those to pay tribute via web-based networking media.
Agogo, who most recently played for Hibernian in 2012, had a stroke in 2015, although the exact cause of death hasn’t been confirmed. Unfortunately, it is still unsure how he died or maybe it could be an indirect murder.
The striker was a Ghanaian star after his performances in the Africa Cup of Nations in 2008. He scored 12 goals in 27 appearances for the national side, while also scoring 20 goals for Forest between 2006 and 2008.
All the reactions of fans were so heart wrenching while some of them are described. Agent Saif Rubie tweeted: “Just heard the news that one of my first clients ever Junior Agogo has passed away. “Still can’t believe it. One of my proudest moments in football is seeing him smash the AFCON in Ghana.
Sheffield Wednesday told Agogo’s family and friends that they were in the club’s thoughts as they led the tributes for their former frontman.
They said: “Sheffield Wednesday are saddened to learn of the passing of our former player Junior Agogo. “May your soul rest in peace, Junior Agogo,” they tweeted.
“For the joy, the happiness and the smiles you brought to millions of Ghanaians, you will always be in our hearts. Rest Well.
Interestingly, the football star scored 20 goals for Nottingham Forest. The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana told Agogo that he’d always be in the hearts of Ghanaians.
Agogo had a devastating stroke in 2015 and revealed he was “in a bad way” after the incident.
Junior Agogo dead: Nottingham Forest paid tribute to their former striker (Twitter)
Speaking after his stroke, Agogo told the BBC: “I was running with my dog. I was coming back home. I was near the Marriott Hotel and the stroke happened “When I woke up I was in the hospital with my mum. I couldn’t speak. I was in a bad way “I had thoughts, but I was like where is my voice. I was baffled, man.”
Derby and Forest fans spark Sky TV CONSPIRACY theory over the crowd noise Nottingham Forest and Derby players in the HEATED clash as tensions boil.
He started his career in 1997 at Sheffield Wednesday, where he played twice in three years.
During that time he was sent out on loan to Oldham Athletic, Chester City, Chesterfield, and Lincoln City. In 2000, he signed for MLS team Chicago Fire, before quickly moving on to the Colorado Rapids. He made 32 appearances for the Rapids, scoring 11 goals.
A year later, Agogo moved to the San Jose Earthquakes, where he scored four goals in 14 appearances.
Agogo had a terrific career spanning 15 years in the game and played for 15 teams in total. Therefore, he has been getting hits on GTV sports news.
Copyright © 2019 Ghanalive.TV. All Rights Reserved.