6 June 2017

Africa: List of African Footballers Who Died From Cardiac Arrests

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Cheick Tiote, Ugo Ehiogu, Ben Idrissa Derme and Patrick Ekeng.

As we all mourn the death of Cheick Tiote of Ivory Coast who passed away in China Monday, here is a list of Black/African Footballers that Have Died From Cardiac Arrests While Playing:

- Samuel Okwaraji (Nigeria)

- Amir Angwe (Nigeria)

- Hedi Berkhissa (Tunisia)

- John Ikoroma (Nigeria)

- Bobsam Elejiko (Nigeria)

- Endurance Idahor (Nigeria)

- Chinonso Ihelwere Henry (Nigeria)

- Victor Omogbehin (England)

- Marc-Viven Foe (Cameroon)

- Mohammed Abdelwahab (Egypt)

- Chaswe Nsofwa (Nigeria)

- Guy Tchingoma (Gabon)

- Orobosan Adun (Nigeria)

- Sekou Camara (Mali)

- Shetemi Ayetigbo (Ireland)

- David Oniya (Nigeria)

- Kodjo Etonam Adjassou (Togo)

- Bart Opoku (Ghana)

- Benjamin Owusu (Ghana)

- Mohamed Lemine M'Boye (Tanzania)

- Ambrose Wleh (Liberia)

- Patrick Ekeng (Cameroon)

-- Cheick Tiote (Ivory Coast)

May their souls Rest In Peace... ..


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