The Sunday Review

Ghana’s body soccer Star Christian Atsu Was found under rubble According to his agent on Saturday, it was almost two weeks since the incident. earthquake This is what it looks like Turkey Syria.

“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to announce to all well wishers that sadly Christian Atsu’s body was recovered this morning,” Atsu’s agent Nana Sechere tweeted. “My deepest condolences go to his family and loved ones.”

The Hatayspor body player This was recovered under The rubble A destroyed building in Antakya, Turkey’s state news channel TRT Haber reported on Saturday.

Hatayaspor, Hatayaspor’s official Twitter account stated that his body would be sent to Ghana. “Peace be upon you, beautiful person. There are no words to describe our sadness,” The statement was added.

After the magnitude 7.8 earthquake, Atsu vanished. earthquake Hit Turkey Syria, February 6th, killing at most 45,513 and causing at least 39.672 deaths in TurkeyAccording to Suleyman Soylu (Turkish Interior Minister), it is at the lowest level.

The immediate aftermath was chaotic with reports from Turkey Originally, it was stated that Atsu had already been found and was in Sechere tweeted on February 8 that it had become apparent that Atsu, contrary to previous reports, was missing.

Atsu played before joining Hatayspor in last year. in The Saudi Pro League for Al Raed FC. He represented many English clubs such as Newcastle, Everton Bournemouth, Chelsea and Everton.

Newcastle United was represented by Atsu from 2016-2021. He made 121 appearances for the club and helped it gain promotion to English Premier League. tweeted: “We are profoundly saddened to learn that Christian Atsu lost tragically his life in Turkey’s devastating earthquakes.

“A talented player and a special person, he will always be fondly remembered by our players, staff and supporters. Rest in peace, Christian.”

Everton spoke out Twitter It was “deeply saddened, ” While Chelsea spoke in A statement The club “sends our heartfelt condolences to Christian’s family and friends.”

Atsu was a 65-time representative of his country, which helped the Black Stars to reach the final of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. Atsu won the title despite Ghana losing that match against Ivory Coast due to penalties. player This tournament.

Ghana’s Football Association sent its “deepest condolences” to Atsu’s wife and children.