Christian Atsu: Newcastle Fans Raise Funds to Build School in Ghana
Fans of Premier League club, Newcastle United have launched a fundraising in memory of a former player, Christian Atsu, with the goal of completing the former winger’s plan to construct a new school in Ghana.
Fan organization group, Talk of Tyneside launched a charity campaign to support a cause dear to his heart.
The late player was a representative for the nonprofit organization Arms Around the Child, with whom he was collaborating to aid in the construction of the new school, which was already in progress. With more than £600 already raised, Talk of Tyneside is inviting supporters to give to their fundraising in order to assist him continue what he began in his native Ghana.
The 31 year old was declared dead after the horrific earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria. Tributes from his former teams have been pouring in.
Before their 2-0 loss to Liverpool on Saturday at St James’ Park, Newcastle observed a minute of silence for Atsu.
He spent the 2016–17 season on loan at Newcastle United, he then completed a permanent transfer to the club in May 2017 where he spent 4 years till 2021.
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