Nottingham Forest fans to hold minute’s applause in memory of Junior Agogo


Sports News of Thursday, 22 August 2019



Nottingham AgogoAgogo died in London on Thursday, August 22

Fans of English Championship club, Nottingham Forest will hold a minute’s applause in memory of Junior Agogo.

Agogo spent two years of his career at Forest from 2006 to 2008, playing 64 games for the club.

Having scored 41 times in 126 appearances for Bristol Rovers, expectations for Agogo were high when he arrived at Forest.

He did not disappoint, becoming a cult hero at the club as he scored 21 times.

Following his untimely death on Thursday, fans of the club have planned to honour the former Black Stars striker with a minute’s applause.

This will be held in the 23rd minute, marking the shirt number Agogo wore while at the club.

A number of the club’s fans have also been reminiscing Agogo’s time at the club.


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