Former Ghanaian striker, Junior Agogo who is best remembered in Ghana for his output during the 2008 AFCON has kicked the bucket.

He is reported to have died at a hospital in England.

In 2015 and at 35 years, the former Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday and Zamalek striker suffered a stroke.

In 2017, he was featured in a BBC documentary titled ‘Speechless’ where he revealed his struggles with speech.

In April 2019, Agogo appeared to have fully recovered and was seen dancing in a video posted on his Instagram page.

Agogo scored 12 goals in 27 games for Ghana between 2006-2009.

Source: EOnlineGH.com

 

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