Christian Arts, a striker from the Ghanaian national football team who went missing in the earthquake in Turkey, met a sad end.
Foreign media such as Reuters reported on the 18th (Korean time) that “Arts was found dead.” Art’s manager, Murat Uzunmehmet, told local media, “Ats’s body was recovered from a collapsed building in southern Turkey, and Art’s cell phone was also found.”
Recently, there was a report that Artz was rescued and taken to the hospital, but it turned out that this was not true. Many soccer fans hoped for the safe return of Arts, but it ended up being a sad ending.
Artz started his professional career with Porto in 2011 and played for Chelsea and Newcastle. He moved to Hatayspor in Turkey last year. He scored 9 goals in 65 appearances for Ghana.
When the news of Art’s death spread, many people expressed their condolences. Newcastle, the former team, and the English Premier League sent messages of condolence. 온라인카지노
And Chelsea’s ‘legend’ John Terry also remembered Arts and felt sorry for him. Arts was at Chelsea from 2013 to 2017. He’s been on loan and he’s never melted into Chelsea, but it’s undeniable that he was a Chelsea man.
In response, Terry, a legend who played for Chelsea from 1998 to 2017 and one of the greatest captains in Chelsea history, took the lead and delivered a message of condolence.
Terry described Artz as “the funniest person in football”.