- Former players of Bristol Rovers and teammates of Junior Agogo have made a huge donation to charity
- Bristol Rovers Former Players Association donated over GHC3700 (£500) to the National Brain Appeal Aphasia Service
- The former teammates made the donation in memory of the late Junior Agogo
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Bristol Rovers Former Players Association has donated over GHC3700 (£500) to the National Brain Appeal Aphasia Service in memory of club's legend Manuel Junior Agogo.
This follows Agogo death in August 2019 aged 40 after suffering stroke at the age of 36, which left him with speech and mobility difficulties.
He made 140 appearances for Rovers between 2003 and 2006, scoring 40 goals and was a huge fan favourite.
Ghanaguardian.com reports that prior to his demise, Agogo spoke to the BBC about his struggles with his speech in 2017.
The National Brain Appeal in the UK is raising £600,000 to fund a two-year programme for a new high dose of 100 hours of therapy for patients with aphasia, which is thought to be the first of its kind in the country.
Bristol Rovers Former players Association donation in memory of Agogo is in line with the National Brain.
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Omgvoice.com reports the $325,000 black and white McLaren 720s car registered in 2018, was spotted in traffic at Dzorwulu by a member, Martin Edem Klutsey of the famous Trotro Diaries group.
The supercar was first spotted in September 2018 making the recent sighting the second time it has been in public. The revered business mogul is known for his extraordinary taste for cars.
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