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Ghanaian footballer dies in terrible car crash in US



Ghanaian footballer dies in terrible car crash in US

On September 28, 2022, a car incident in the US claimed the life of Ghanaian player Eugene Quaynor.

Three days after his birthday on September 22nd, Eugene Quaynor passed away at the age of 23.

Eugene Quaynor stopped at the intersection of East 71st Street and South Yale Avenue while the light was still red, resulting in the terrible collision.

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In order to push Quaynor’s car into the middle of the road, the negligent driver rear-ended Quaynor’s vehicle as he approached the intersection of the traffic signal at a high rate of speed.

The automobile driven by Eugene Quaynor instantly caught fire. The deceased football player reportedly tried to flee but was locked inside his automobile and died as a result.

According to a report from the Tulsa Police Department (TPD), the massive SUV’s driver, who is suspected of having been driving under the influence of alcohol, had only minor injuries and was transported to the hospital.

Eugene Quaynor attended the Oyoko Methodist SHS where he helped his team win the “interco” games. He was born in Accra, Ghana. Later, he continued his schooling at the University of Ghana, where he contributed to the school’s third-place finish in the GUSA competition.

Later, Quaynor was awarded a scholarship at Oral Roberts University in the United States to continue his studies in sports management.

At the time of his passing, the captain of the Oral Roberts football team was a Ghanaian player known for his strong tackling style. On the day of his passing, Eugene Quaynor played his team’s final game, winning 3-1 against Lindenwood.

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Gospel Artiste, Joseph Matthew Exonerated Over Black Stars’ Loss




The Black Stars were eliminated from the 2022 football Mundial after losing by 2 -O to Uruguay in their final match of the group stages. The Black Stars team was together in group H with Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay. The Stars had then managed to pick up 3 points in two games , losing narrowly to Portugal before dispatching South Korea 3-2 in the Second game.

The Black Stars then needed a win or a draw to automatically ticket them to  the round of 16. Prior to the match, Joseph Matthew who is noted with the hit song ‘Blessed’, cautioned the Ghanaian team to remain disciplined and focused till the end of the game.
According to the ‘Blessed’ hitmaker, the Stars will lose to Uruguay if they play like how they did in their first two games. In a post on his social media pages, Joseph Matthew said:

The truth of the whole matter is, Ghana will lose this game if we go in as we did our last 2 games. We must keep our composure and discipline throughout! We have not done this in our first 2 games, but this must change ASAP if we are to have any real success in this competition.

Suarez is not our problem. We lack discipline and composure. That has to change in this game period! Big up @blackstarsofghana_ we have more than enough quality to win this one, but we must keep the DISCIPLINE AND COMPOSURE FOR 90 MINUTES!!”.

In vindication to what he said, the Black Stars lost the game. Although the Stars were awarded a penalty by the referee, unfortunately, Captain Dede Ayew who volunteered to take the penalty had it saved by the Uruguay goalkeeper who went in the right direction to deny Ghana a goal.

Giorgian de Arrascaeta’s two goals for Uruguay were also not enough to take them through to the next round of the tournament as together with the Black Stars were eliminated from this year’s world cup.

Below is Joseph Matthew’s post.

The Ghana Blackstars team has since their exit received great backlashes from Ghanaians and fans of the team. Many are those who believe the coach of the team, Otto Addo should be blamed.


Checkout “Blessed” by Joseph Matthew from below.



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Ghana Blackstars Coach And his Entire Team Mp3 Dede – Shatana




Talented Ghanaian songstress Ranaya Pappoe affectionately called Shatana has pleaded with the general public to stop criticizing the senior national team, “The Black Stars” but rather motivate them as they face Uraguay this afternoon.

In a video sighted on social media,  the sister of late musician, Terry Bonchaka stated that The Black Stars team does not need foil energy, “Mp3 Dede”

Otoo Addo “Mp3 Dede, Blackstars Mp3 Dede” she added.

According to her the Ghana Black Stars players and the entire management team needs nothing but encouragement to aid them to sail successfully through to the round of 16.

She further mentioned that the only thing the Ghana Blackstars team needs now is prayers and support from the nation.

Ghana and Uruguay go head to head today in Group H to determine who breaks through to join Portugal in the next round.

Watch what Shatana said in the video Below:


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