Christian Atsu: Wife Shares Photo Of 2nd Son Winning Football Cup: "Will Make His Dad Proud"
- Joshua Atsupie, the second child and son of the late Black Stars winger Christian Atsu, won a football tournament
- His mother took to her Instagram stories to share a photo of him flaunting the trophy and gold medal he won
- She shared how proud she was of him and how he would continue his father's legacy
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Marie-Claire Rupio, the gorgeous wife of the late Ghanaian footballer Christian Atsu, has shared a photo of her son, Joshua Atsupie, holding a trophy similar in design to the FIFA World Cup.
The young budding footballer plays for the Under 9 division of the football club called Team Gosforth.
After a competitive final in the Pro Motiv8 Tournament in Washington, Joshua Atsupie and his team took home the trophy.
His mother was so happy that she took to her Instagram stories to share the memorable moment.
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Considering this incredible milestone in his football career, Marie-Claire hinted that Joshua would make his late father proud.
She captioned the post saying,
"Will make his dad proud."
She then added the crying emoji at the end of the message to signify that she was still in mourning.
Below is an old photo of Atsu's son radiating with smiles.
Below is a photo of Atsu's son and his teammates.
Over GH₵70k raised in 2 days to support Christian Atsu's dream of building a school
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that fans from Christian Atsu's former club, Newcastle, have opened a GoFundMe account to raise funds for the late footballer's school project.
The account raised over GH₵70,000 in two days, and former football players such as Asamoah Gyan and Darren Bent have urged people to donate to the excellent course.
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Kudus removes their jersey during the game to honour Christian Atsu
In another story reported by YEN.com.gh, a Ghanaian player who plays for Ajax FC, Mohammed Kudus, paid tribute to Christian Atsu by removing his jersey after scoring his freekick.
Many football fans recognised the gesture as they compared that to the last goal Christian Atsu scored before his death, which was a freekick.
Kudus shared why the referee who officiated the game, Pol van Boekel, decided not to issue a yellow card.
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