CAF mourns the tragic passing of Christian Atsu

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Christian Atsu

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has expressed sadness over the now confirmed death of Ghana international player, Christian Atsu. He was one of the victims of the earthquake in Turkey.

The condolence of CAF was dispatched this Saturday. The message reads: “CAF President Dr Patrice Motsepe and African Football Family conveys heartfelt condolences to his family and Ghanaian Football Family.”

Atsu,  represented Ghana 65 times, played for a number of clubs including Everton, Chelsea, Newcastle in England and Porto. At the time of his tragic death, he was plying his trade in Turkey for Hatayspor.

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