The Egyptian giant team Zamalek has yesterday shared their solidarity and condolences to their departed former striker junior Manuel Agogo on their official twitter page.
The Ghanaian international fell sick in Egypt and was transferred to his family living in London that’s where he was treated to be fit and physically strong.
With our little information gathered, Agogo joined Zamalek from English side Nottingham Forest in the summer of 2008 but terminated his contract with the Whites just nine months after joining them due to unpaid dues.
After the termination of contract over unpaid salaries, he reported the club to FIFA, before the Court of Arbitration for Sport ordered Zamalek to pay Agogo 807‚000 Euros.
He only made 11 appearances and scored three goals for the team.
The 38-year-old suffered the stroke in January 2015 soon after retiring from football, this subsequently led to Aphasia, which severely affects a person’s ability to use language.
The former Black Stars striker who was cared for by his mother appealed to the Ghana government and FIFA body for the non-payment of his money from Zamalek, which was the only hope for them to survive, passed on yesterday.