Pele, Asamoah Gyan And Others Mourn With Atsu’s Family

From Left: Agyemang Badu, Haminu Dramani, and Asamoah Gyan

On Tuesday, February 21, some Ex-Black Stars players, including Asamoah Gyan, Sulley Muntari, and Emmanuel Agyeman Badu, paid a visit to the family home of Christian Atsu to console them.

After the Ghanaian international passed away as a result of the February 6 earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria, the players visited his family’s home to show their support.

Atsu was involved in the disaster a day after scoring the winning goal for Hatayspor in the Turkish Super Lig match against Kasimpasa. His death was confirmed on Saturday, February 18, after being under rubble for 12 days.

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The family and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration received his remains when they arrived in Ghana over the weekend.

On Monday February 20, Ghana’s football great Abedi Ayew Pele led a group of people who paid their respects to the star’s family at the family home. On Tuesday, Gyan, Muntari, Badu, Baffour Gyan, and Haminu Dramani were also there.

Christian Atsu scored 10 goals and played 65 games for the Black Stars. In the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, which saw Ghana finish second, he was also awarded Player of the Tournament.

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