‘Found in the wreckage’ Achu finally dies in the Turkiye earthquake…’Agent confirmed’

Riyal Thomas of the UK’s ‘Sky Sports’ announced on the 18th (Korean time), “Atsu’s body was found in the wreckage of Turkiye. It was confirmed by his agent. This is really sad news.”

“It is with a heavy heart that we inform you that Ah Chu’s body was found this morning. Our deepest condolences to his family and all who love him.” 스포츠토토

In addition, Ahchu’s team, Hatayspor, wrote, “Ahchu will be sent to his hometown, Ghana. We will not forget you. There is no way to express this sadness. We wish the deceased to rest in peace.”

On the 6th, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in an area 33 km away from Turkiye Gaziantep. A second earthquake of magnitude 7.5 also added to the damage. The collapse of the building took the lives of many people. The death toll continued in Turkey as well as in neighboring Syria.

The death toll is increasing day by day. According to foreign media reports, the death toll has now exceeded 40,000.

There was also bad news in the football world. Achu, who previously played for Chelsea and Newcastle United, has been reported missing after a strong earthquake. Then, when the news that Achu’s survival was confirmed came, he was relieved.

However, the news was misleading. On the 8th, Achu’s agent announced, “We still have not confirmed Ahchu’s whereabouts. It continues to be a difficult time for his family. We are doing our best to find Ahchu.”

It was eventually found with a corpse. He was found among the rubble on the morning of the 18th and was dead. He is 31 years old.

Achu is a striker who started his professional career at FC Porto and played for Chelsea and Newcastle. During his time at Chelsea, he was not able to play due to competition for his starting position, but at Newcastle, he played 121 games and scored 8 goals and 10 assists. After that, he moved to Saudi Arabia’s Al Raed and moved to Turkiye’s Hatayspor this season. And, unfortunately, he passed away.

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