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Manuel Junior Agogo






Manuel "Junior" Agogo is definately the most love black stars player bCheck the body of Agogo. No wonder the women love himy Ghanaian ladies.  He was even offered a wife by a Grandfather, but we wait to see what happens.

 Agogo has spent most of his career in England, and also spent a spell in Major League Soccer and Egyptian soocer league.

Agogo began his career at Sheffield Wednesday in 1995 before being loaned in the 199900 season to Oldham Athletic, Chester City, Chesterfield, and Lincoln City.


Fancy this: His goal for Chester against Cheltenham Town in October 1999, was voted the second-best goal ever scored at the Deva Stadium.


Junior Agogo shows his strengthIn 2000 Agogo left Sheffield Wednesday and moved to the United States to play for the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. In 2002, Agogo returned to England with Barnet Football club where he scored 21 goals in 39 games.

On 30 August 2006 the transfer to Forest was completed for an undisclosed fee, with Agogo signing a three-year contract. On 3 September 2006 he made made his league debut for Forest as a sub in a home 40 win against Chesterfield. He scored seven league goals over the season.

Junior Agogo in 2007/2008 finished as Forest's top-scorer that season with thirteen goals, helping the club gain automatic promotion to the Championship. Agogo was sold during the summer for a fee of 565,000 to El Zamalek.

A move he'll later live to regret. Manuel has been having disputes with the Zamelek club officials regularly till it hit what seemed to be a dead end.

On 14 November 2006, Agogo scored his first goal for Ghana, the equaliser in a friendly against Australia; the game finished 11. He also scored the third goal in Ghana's 41 victory over Nigeria, played at Brentford's Griffin Park.





Manuel Agogo

Agogo was called up to the Ghana squad for the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations. He played in the first game of the cup against Guinea, hitting the post with a header in the 20th minute and helping Ghana to a 21 victory. He then scored in the following game against Namibia, tapping home Michael Essien's cross for the only goal of the game.

Agogo then netted another goal, the winner in the quarter final against Nigeria. Ghana missed out on the final, however, and had to settle for a third-place play-off against the Ivory Coast, in which he scored again in 42 victory. Alongside Sulley Muntari he was Ghana's top scorer in the competition.






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