Junior Agogo’s Former Clubs Have Started Paying Touching Tributes To Him

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Everyone is very sad about Junior Agogo’s death. Tributes and messages of condolence are being shared on social media by his colleagues, fans and the football clubs he played for during his 15-year professional football career.

Junior Agogo played for 15 football clubs during his professional football career that spanned for 15 years.

See Also: 10 Life Quotes Junior Agogo Lived By Before He Passed Away

The clubs that he played for have been sending their message of condolence via the social media platform, Twitter.

The clubs he played for include Sheffield Wednesday, Nottingham Forest FC and Zamalek SC.

Below are the messages of condolence sent by Junior Agogo’s former football clubs:

See Also: Here’s A Full List Of All The Football Clubs Junior Agogo Played For

See Also: 15 Interesting Facts About Junior Agogo You Probably Never Knew

The opponents he scored against also sent their message of condolence:

The Ghanaian football club, Asante Kotoko also sent their message:

FIFA and the Ghana Football Association also sent their messages:

Rest Well, Agogo.

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