Galatasary comes to the rescue of Emmanuel Eboue

Galatasary comes to the rescue of Emmanuel Eboue

-Turkish club, Galatasaray has offered former defender, Emmanuel Eboue a coaching role with their Under 14s

-This follows revelations that Eboue is in very dire financial situation following a divorce battle with his former wife

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After his very sad story was told, help seems to have found former Arsenal and Galatasaray defender Emmanuel Eboue.

Galatasary comes to the rescue of Emmanuel Eboue

Emmanuel Eboue

Eboue, had in interview with the Mirror UK, revealed that he had literally become a pauper after his many years a top footballer because he lost everything in a divorce battle.

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His situation, he said, was so dire that he could not even afford a washing machine and he even sleeps on the floor of a friend's porch.

“I can’t afford the money to continue to have any lawyer or barrister.

"Very, very hard. The money I earned, I sent it to my wife for our children.

“In Turkey I earned eight million euros. I sent seven million back home. Whatever she tells me to sign, I sign.

"She is my wife. The problems with FIFA were because of people advising me. People who are supposed to care. But it was because of them FIFA banned me", he pitifully disclosed.

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Luck has smiled on the former Ivory Coast international as Galatasaray have reportedly moved to alleviate their former defender's plight.

According to media reports, the Turkish giants have offered to make him an assistant coach of their Under-14 team.

"We heard news about Eboue in the dressing room, I was informed there, we will do whatever we can to help my friend", Galatasaray team manager, Fatih Terim reportedly told CNNTurk.

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Eboue spent about seven seasons at in England with Arsenal before moving to Turkey in 2011. A recent move to Sunderland fell through after he was banned by FIFA for refusing to pay his agent.

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