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Abu Imoro: Ex-Black Stars midfielder dies

The passing of the ex-footballer was affirmed by the leader of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG), Anthony Baffoe.

In a post on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, Baffoe said Abu Imoro died in the early evening and petitioned God for his spirit.

"Abu Imoro 'Tigana' is no more among us. He kicked the bucket one hour prior. May his spirit rest in wonderful harmony. Innā lillāhi wa innā ilayhī rājiʿūn Surely we have a place with Allah and to him will we return. Rest well Abu," he composed.

A long last , Abu Imoro was in the information after it arose that he was living pitiably following his retirement from football.

In a meeting with TV3, the previous Ghana worldwide conceded to getting dependent on cocaine and encouraged youthful footballers to halt from drugs.

"From the outset, I used to partake in ganja yet presently, I am into cocaine. At the point when I went into drugs, I thought twice about it without a doubt," he said in that meeting.

"I will exhort the adolescent particularly youthful footballers not to go close to drugs. They are currently coming up and to play to the most elevated level, don't move into drugs. Keep yourself out."

Abu Imoro was a normal apparatus in the Black Stars during the 1980s and was likewise a vital individual from Great Olympics.


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