The funeral service of the former Black Stars player Manuel ‘Junior’ Agogo has been set for September 20, 2019 in the UK where he died.
The 40-year old is set to be cremated at a private ceremony at St. Mark’s Church, 114 Hamilton Terrace, London NW8 9UT.
There will be a private reception late afternoon at the Palm Hotel, a poster of the event said.
After playing lower league football in the UK, Agogo earned a call-up to the Black Stars in May 2006 and scored his first international goal in November in a friendly against Australia.
Agogo scored 12 goals in 27 matches for the national team between 2006 and 2009. Born August 1, 1979, in Accra, Agogo spent much of his years in the UK.
He also played for Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday.
The striker suffered a stroke in January 2015. He was featured in a 2017 BBC documentary titled Speechless where he revealed his struggles with speech.
He appeared to have fully recovered and was seen dancing in a video posted on Instagram in April 2019. His followers celebrated his recovery and his dance moves while others urged him to cut back on smoking.
His death was reported August 22, 2019.
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