Former Black Stars players to meet this week over Atsu’s funeral.
Later this week, former Black Stars players will gather to make arrangements for Christian Atsu’s burial.
The deceased player’s funeral has been scheduled on March 17, 2023 by the family.
According to the family, the funeral will be place on the statehouse’s courtyard. According to the former players, the squad would do its share to make sure that late Atsu enjoys a dignified funeral, according to former Black Stars player Emmanuel Agyeman Badu.
The Black Stars are Ghana’s national football team, and if Christian Atsu’s death were to occur, it’s possible that previous members of the squad would attend to pay their respects at his funeral.
It is not unusual for teammates to develop close relationships with one another, and the loss of a former teammate can be felt deeply by those who knew and played with them.
In Ghana, funerals are frequently elaborate ceremonies with participation from the community, family, and friends. In Ghanaian culture, the funeral is a significant rite that serves as a means of celebrating and honoring the life of the deceased.
Several days of mourning usually follow the funeral, during which time friends and family gather to share memories, express sympathy, and support the grieving family.
“We have lost a great hero, and we will mourn his passing. We will meet and talk about what we can do, but for the time being, we must comfort and assist the family and make sure that our late brother is buried properly” according to the former players.
Overall, if that were to occur, it is possible that former Black Stars players would gather to pay their respects during Christian Atsu’s funeral. Any precise funeral arrangements or planning, however, would rely on a number of variables and circumstances.
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