Previous Ghana and Nottingham Forest player Junior Agogo has passed away in a London medical clinic at 40 years old. Despite the fact that the reason for his passing is yet to be known, Agogo experienced a stroke in 2015 and needed to fight open shame during his recuperation.
The ex-Ghana universal had a few spells crosswise over England, USA, Egypt and his last aggressive trip was at Hibernian in 2012. He was a champion player for Ghana at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations on home soil where he scored three objectives in six trips as the Black Stars agreed to third-put. His outstanding commitment during the mainland rivalry was his late coordinate winning exertion that gave Ghana a 2-1 win over most outstanding adversaries Nigeria.
Agogo made his global introduction for the West African nation in 2006 and he proceeded to score 12 objectives in 27 worldwide appearances.
Before his demise, the previous Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol Rovers aggressor went into the wellness preparing business in England.