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Junior Agogo struggles with Speech After Stroke

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I'm sure Nigeria football fans remember him very well lol



his story starts at 1:13 mark
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I saw the documentary a while back. Poor dude, hope he is getting better.

It is very unusual for a young, fit, and athletic person to suffer a stroke (although it can happen on rare occasions).
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wow i didn't know about this.

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I hope he comes right with therapy and rehabilitation. Rooting for you Man
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Shame on the 2 ghanamen just hearing about this...this was posted 3 years ago...shame
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tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.
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bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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Scipio Africanus wrote:
bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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:clap: :clap:

good to see he's made a full recovery

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Hope he gets much much better in Jesus name
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tfco wrote::clap: :clap:

good to see he's made a full recovery
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Scipio Africanus wrote:
bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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Wonderful personality, hope he continues getting better.
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Junior Smoking and dancing..Ghanaians react :lol: :sneaky:

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zee wrote:
Scipio Africanus wrote:
bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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My brother all I can say is that peeps should do all they can to address the risk factors for stroke so that they can give themselves a higher probability of avoiding it. I had an experience about 6 years ago where my stroke started while I was in the middle of a tennis match. I was initially in denial because like you I thought things like this could not happen to people who are in good physical condition like I was. Stupidly I played through to the end of the match and drove home first before going to the hospital as I kept telling myself that my leg not being able to move properly must be something else since I did not feel any different or have all the other stroke symptoms. Luckily for me, it was something I could recover from physically though I still have some challenges that I have found ways to cope with.

After a barrage of medical tests and all, they could not find out why I had the episode as all the results indicated that I was fine with regards to all the stroke risk factors.

The lesson I learnt from that experience is that it is better that one has done all within his/her control to limit the risk of a stroke occurring as I personally would have been really angry with myself if my episode was one that could have been avoided by having a healthier lifestyle
Orion wrote:I saw the documentary a while back. Poor dude, hope he is getting better.

It is very unusual for a young, fit, and athletic person to suffer a stroke (although it can happen on rare occasions).
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tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.
even I knew this from my non-football fan Ghanaian friends
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Senator WIRES wrote:Junior Smoking and dancing..Ghanaians react :lol: :sneaky:

https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/ ... wsource=cl
and so? i see nothing wrong in that video. you people and the mighty holier than thou
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gurrano wrote:My brother all I can say is that peeps should do all they can to address the risk factors for stroke so that they can give themselves a higher probability of avoiding it. I had an experience about 6 years ago where my stroke started while I was in the middle of a tennis match. I was initially in denial because like you I thought things like this could not happen to people who are in good physical condition like I was. Stupidly I played through to the end of the match and drove home first before going to the hospital as I kept telling myself that my leg not being able to move properly must be something else since I did not feel any different or have all the other stroke symptoms. Luckily for me, it was something I could recover from physically though I still have some challenges that I have found ways to cope with.

After a barrage of medical tests and all, they could not find out why I had the episode as all the results indicated that I was fine with regards to all the stroke risk factors.

The lesson I learnt from that experience is that it is better that one has done all within his/her control to limit the risk of a stroke occurring as I personally would have been really angry with myself if my episode was one that could have been avoided by having a healthier lifestyle
Orion wrote:I saw the documentary a while back. Poor dude, hope he is getting better.

It is very unusual for a young, fit, and athletic person to suffer a stroke (although it can happen on rare occasions).
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zee wrote:
Scipio Africanus wrote:
bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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gurrano wrote:My brother all I can say is that peeps should do all they can to address the risk factors for stroke so that they can give themselves a higher probability of avoiding it. I had an experience about 6 years ago where my stroke started while I was in the middle of a tennis match. I was initially in denial because like you I thought things like this could not happen to people who are in good physical condition like I was. Stupidly I played through to the end of the match and drove home first before going to the hospital as I kept telling myself that my leg not being able to move properly must be something else since I did not feel any different or have all the other stroke symptoms. Luckily for me, it was something I could recover from physically though I still have some challenges that I have found ways to cope with.

After a barrage of medical tests and all, they could not find out why I had the episode as all the results indicated that I was fine with regards to all the stroke risk factors.

The lesson I learnt from that experience is that it is better that one has done all within his/her control to limit the risk of a stroke occurring as I personally would have been really angry with myself if my episode was one that could have been avoided by having a healthier lifestyle
Orion wrote:I saw the documentary a while back. Poor dude, hope he is getting better.

It is very unusual for a young, fit, and athletic person to suffer a stroke (although it can happen on rare occasions).
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ohsee wrote:
zee wrote:
Scipio Africanus wrote:
bret- hart wrote:
tfco wrote::?

wow i didn't know about this.

You ought to be ashamed of yourself. I knew about this years ago. His story was on BBC Africa. All you care about is the EPL and being a nuisance on CE. I bet if Pogba lost a strand of hair, you would be the 1st to know.

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Wickedness too plenty for CE. :D I hope Agogo recovers fully.
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