- Asamoah Gyan has reacted to the sad death of his former team mate Junior Agogo
- Gyan shared a post thanking Agogo for “the memories”
- An hour later, he shared another photo of Agogo with a sad caption
- Gyan’s reaction shows that he is indeed heartbroken over his former colleague’s death
Reactions by the general captain of the national team, Asamoah Gyan, shows he is shocked to the bone over the sudden death of Junior Agogo.
This was revealed in two separate posts made by Asamoah Gyan and sighted by YEN.com.gh.
In the first post, Gyan referred to Agogo as a brother, and thanked him for the memories they created together.
In the second post made just an hour after, Gyan wrote: “Hmmm life…”, a common expression used when one cannot find the voice to talk or the right words to describe a heart situation.
Nobody can deny the fact the Gyan is deeply heartbroken and in a state of shock, having played together with Agogo for Ghana during the CAN 2008.
His posts have touched the hearts of his fans, who have also reacted:
Paul and Wallace both prayed for Agogo to rest in peace:
rweyopaul: “Rest in peace our African soldier.”
estwallace1: “Rest in perfect peace Sir.....”
Michael had a fond memory of Agogo:
uncle.michaels: “I remember one old man try give him his daughter for marriage for his effort CAN 2008 ohhh Juju Agogo may your perfect soul rest with the legends .”
Prince also wept because Agogo was a good man:
coolestprince1: “ what a great man. And not only I will miss you but the hole country and the world as well Rest well... legend..”
4reigner could not believe the news:
Kumawood actress Christiana Awuni also reacted describing the situation as very sad:
christiana_awuni: “Oh so sad.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier published Agogo’s last trying moment showing how he suffered before his death.
We also published some facts and factors that could have contributed to his death as age 40.
YEN.com.gh will update readers with more information about Agogo when and as they come up.
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