Since he hit rock-bottom and admitted he had contemplated suicide, Emmanuel Eboue has been inundated by football fans wishing him well - and now former club Galatasaray has offered him an academy coaching role in Turkey.
How Ex-Arsenal Star Emmanuel Eboue Lost Everything
Daily Trust, 27 December 2017
Former Arsenal star Emmanuel Eboue earlier in the week, revealed how he lost all his fortunes, going from a rich football star to a poor man who is contemplating suicide. Read more »
Emenike Thumbs Up Galatasaray for Helping Struggling Eboue
This Day, 28 December 2017
Former Super Eagles' striker, Emmanuel Emenike has thanked Turkish giants Galatasary for their brave step in reaching out to embattled former Arsenal and Ivorian defender, Emmanuel… Read more »
Broke Eboue Gets Lifeline From Former Club
Premium Times, 26 December 2017
Some form of help is already coming the way of Ivorian football star, Emmanuel Eboue, as one of his former clubs, Galatasaray, has offered him a coaching job. Read more »
10 Things You Need to Know About Broke Former Arsenal Star Eboue
Daily Trust, 26 December 2017
Former Arsenal full back, Emmanuel Eboue, has been in the news in the past few days after disclosing that he was broke. He also said he is considering suicide after losing his… Read more »
Why Uhuru's Lawyer Is Searching for Ex-Arsenal Star Eboue in London
Nairobi News, 26 December 2017
City lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has reached out to former Arsenal star Emmanuel Eboue to give him legal advice on his divorce with his estranged wife. Read more »
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