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Postby keen observer » Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:37 am

bashervum wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Ksarp wrote:A true reflection of the collective Ghanaian sentiment ..somebody take care of me, be it govt or some organization.

Why the fock should the GFA pay for all retired players medical expenses or the govt for that matter?


U dey mind them?


stupid moron, this is a unique case. How many of our past stars will be in this predicament. For goodwill, PR etc, GFA should have taken up this unique issue of our captain in 82. Is the GFA not embarrased by this Zamalek involvment? GFA and its entourage, quick to hop on next plane to the next tournament to claim their per diem and other perks.
For gods sake is the medical bill that expensive at Korle Bu? No stupid, if I have the money, I will pay for this guys medical bills.


It is a unique case? Is Jones' case a unique case too? Do you know how many ex-footballers are dying today? Stupid nonsense.
The FA could have helped, but to make it sound like it is their responsibility is just plain stupid. So STFU make we think.
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Postby papalove » Wed Jul 11, 2012 12:00 pm

keen observer wrote:
bashervum wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Ksarp wrote:A true reflection of the collective Ghanaian sentiment ..somebody take care of me, be it govt or some organization.

Why the fock should the GFA pay for all retired players medical expenses or the govt for that matter?


U dey mind them?


stupid moron, this is a unique case. How many of our past stars will be in this predicament. For goodwill, PR etc, GFA should have taken up this unique issue of our captain in 82. Is the GFA not embarrased by this Zamalek involvment? GFA and its entourage, quick to hop on next plane to the next tournament to claim their per diem and other perks.
For gods sake is the medical bill that expensive at Korle Bu? No stupid, if I have the money, I will pay for this guys medical bills.


It is a unique case? Is Jones' case a unique case too? Do you know how many ex-footballers are dying today? Stupid nonsense.
The FA could have helped, but to make it sound like it is their responsibility is just plain stupid. So STFU make we think.


What's wrong if the GFA takes up the responsibilty and look after him?
You have been preaching they were playing for the GFA and Not Ghana or?
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Postby Seabreeeze » Wed Jul 11, 2012 1:17 pm

was the man a smoker?
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Postby Ekow » Wed Jul 11, 2012 1:29 pm

papalove wrote:Ailing ex-Ghana captain Quarshie set for treatment in Egypt

By MTNFootball.com Wednesday Jul 11, 11:13 +0200

Emmanuel Quarshie will undergo treatment in Egypt to cure a throat cancer
Ex-Ghana captain Emmanuel Quarshie will leave for Egypt this weekend to undergo treatment of a throat cancer.

His expenses will be borne by his former club Zamalek who want to his recovery.

He will be accompanied by a former team mate Francis Edzie.

Quarshie visited the club last week in Accra ahead of their CAF Champions League match against Berekum Chelsea.

His trip was facilitated by Justice Boison, a former Hasaacas player, who informed Zamalek officials about Quarshie's deteriorating health.

"Both will have their travelling expenses borne by Zamalek, as well as their rented apartment in Cairo for the duration of the treatment," Boison is quoted by the Graphic Sports.

Quarshie was a prominent player for Zamalek during the team's heyday in the 1980s.

The former Sekondi Hasaacas player helped the Cairo giants to end a six-year Egyptian league drought and win their maiden Champions League title in 1984.

He was renowned for his physical prowess and goal-scoring instinct.

Quarshie captained Ghana to win their last Africa Cup of Nations trophy at the 1982 finals in Libya.


eiii names from the past.
good to hear those names again


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Postby Abena Kwabena » Wed Jul 11, 2012 2:09 pm

It is indeed a shame. If he was a politician Ghana would have flown him to SA, USA, Dubai etc for treatment. Yet we watch our national heroes die of poverty and curable diseases.

Then we condemn the present generation when they put club and money before national duties. When Gyan went for the money in Arabland, some f00ls on here were condemning him for leaving EPL for an inferior league.

Now you have your answer.
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Postby papalove » Wed Jul 11, 2012 2:26 pm

Abena Kwabena wrote:It is indeed a shame. If he was a politician Ghana would have flown him to SA, USA, Dubai etc for treatment. Yet we watch our national heroes die of poverty and curable diseases.

Then we condemn the present generation when they put club and money before national duties. When Gyan went for the money in Arabland, some f00ls on here were condemning him for leaving EPL for an inferior league.

Now you have your answer.


and our 2 governments have been signing dubious contracts and cancelling them only to award themselves huge judgement debts to the detriment of the poor - are the days of revolution over?
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Postby deciiva » Wed Jul 11, 2012 8:58 pm

NaMrecco$ wrote:Coast?


:lol: :lol: i saw that too
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Postby deciiva » Wed Jul 11, 2012 8:59 pm

rastaman wrote:
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Ohemaa___ wrote:Shame on Ghana FA. It is rather sad for us to sit on our behind to watch our Stars who won something for Ghana struggle to survive. They only think about spending stolen money on themselves. It is about time to support our retired BS players from the 60s, 70s, 80s and the 90s. They deserve our support. They should be given free medical care without any questions. This is shameful. Greedy GFA!! They only think about feeding fat on the system instead of providing assistance to the retired Stars who brought glory and honor to Ghana.


Nonsense!!


What's the nonsense in what she wrote :lol: :lol:


He wants to fight her :oops:
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Postby Ekow » Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:01 pm

Abena Kwabena wrote:It is indeed a shame. If he was a politician Ghana would have flown him to SA, USA, Dubai etc for treatment. Yet we watch our national heroes die of poverty and curable diseases.

Then we condemn the present generation when they put club and money before national duties. When Gyan went for the money in Arabland, some f00ls on here were condemning him for leaving EPL for an inferior league.

Now you have your answer
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Postby keen observer » Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:48 pm

papalove wrote:
keen observer wrote:
bashervum wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Ksarp wrote:A true reflection of the collective Ghanaian sentiment ..somebody take care of me, be it govt or some organization.

Why the fock should the GFA pay for all retired players medical expenses or the govt for that matter?


U dey mind them?


stupid moron, this is a unique case. How many of our past stars will be in this predicament. For goodwill, PR etc, GFA should have taken up this unique issue of our captain in 82. Is the GFA not embarrased by this Zamalek involvment? GFA and its entourage, quick to hop on next plane to the next tournament to claim their per diem and other perks.
For gods sake is the medical bill that expensive at Korle Bu? No stupid, if I have the money, I will pay for this guys medical bills.


It is a unique case? Is Jones' case a unique case too? Do you know how many ex-footballers are dying today? Stupid nonsense.
The FA could have helped, but to make it sound like it is their responsibility is just plain stupid. So STFU make we think.


What's wrong if the GFA takes up the responsibilty and look after him?
You have been preaching they were playing for the GFA and Not Ghana or?


Where did i say that it was wrong. Please point me to it. If you don't understand something, ask for clarification, don't assume. Now go back and read what i wrote slowly, then come back and lets talk.
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Postby keen observer » Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:48 pm

Abena Kwabena wrote:It is indeed a shame. If he was a politician Ghana would have flown him to SA, USA, Dubai etc for treatment. Yet we watch our national heroes die of poverty and curable diseases.

Then we condemn the present generation when they put club and money before national duties. When Gyan went for the money in Arabland, some f00ls on here were condemning him for leaving EPL for an inferior league.

Now you have your answer.


Nonsense!!
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Postby Fatso » Thu Jul 12, 2012 2:18 am

Ksarp wrote:A true reflection of the collective Ghanaian sentiment ..somebody take care of me, be it govt or some organization.

Why the fock should the GFA pay for all retired players medical expenses or the govt for that matter?


What is wrong with that? We've always had a collective mentality before we bought into this individualism sh*t that is now tearing us apart. Ksarp, you have been so corrupted by individualism. Just ran into a white boy stranded at the gas station. He needed $3 to help him get home. He asked a white man who ignored him. I gave the boy the money. Love your neighbor as yourself. You see how niggaz are shooting themselves left and right. it is because of the stupid inidvidualism they have bought into. Met this white american who told me she used to date this Indian dude. She told me it was after dating this guy that she learnt some selflessness. It really pays. We need to go back to the basics. We need to help our weak ones. There is nothing wrong with that. Even the focking elites whose media spew nonsense about responsibility are quick to snatch government help when it is given. The problem with Ghana is fo-ols such KO. They are hypocritical to the core. Abowafunu like that. He really litters this forum with ineptitudes.
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Postby Ekow » Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:39 pm

Ex-Ghana captain Quarshie arrives in Cairo for treatment

By MTNFootball.com

Wednesday Jul 18, 14:50 +0200

Emmanuel Quarshie has arrived in Cairo for treatment on suspected throat cancer Ex-Ghana captain Emmanuel Quarshie has arrived in Egypt to begin treatment of his throat cancer.

His trip has been fully paid for by his former club Zamalek who met him in Accra a fortnight ago ahead of their CAF Champions League clash against Berekum Chelsea.

Quarshie accompanied by former team mate Francis Edzie, left Ghana on Monday night to the Egyptian capital, Cairo, where he will undergo treatment.


It is readily unknown the duration of the duo stay in Egypt but Zamalek are determined to see the full recovery of their former great before he returns to Ghana.


Quarshie was a prominent player for Zamalek during the team’s heyday in the 1980s.


The former Sekondi Hasaacas player helped the Cairo giants to end a six-year Egyptian league drought and was also integral in their maiden CAF Champions League feat in 1984.


He was renowned for his physical prowess and goal-scoring instincts.


Quarshie captained Ghana to win their last Africa Cup of Nations trophy at the 1982 finals in Libya.
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Postby Abena Kwabena » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:02 pm

keen observer wrote:
Abena Kwabena wrote:It is indeed a shame. If he was a politician Ghana would have flown him to SA, USA, Dubai etc for treatment. Yet we watch our national heroes die of poverty and curable diseases.

Then we condemn the present generation when they put club and money before national duties. When Gyan went for the money in Arabland, some f00ls on here were condemning him for leaving EPL for an inferior league.

Now you have your answer.


Nonsense!!


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Postby Ekow » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:55 pm

Quarshie suffering from Parkinson's not lung cancer

By MTNFootball.com

Wednesday Jul 18, 15:52 +0200

Emmanuel Quarshie (left) and a Zamalek official in a meeting Ex-Ghana captain Emmanuel Quarshie has developed early stages of Parkinson’s disease, a shock medical report in Egypt has been revealed to MTNFootball.com.

The former Zamalek player arrived in Cairo on Tuesday, at the invitation of the club's president Mamdouh Abass, to undergo treatment for what he thought was lung cancer.

But doctors have in the Egyptian capital have revealed that the former national star’s ailment is far from what was originally thought to be affecting him.

He underwent tests at a Cairo hospital on Wednesday which revealed the severity of his illness but doctors in one of the top hospitals in Egypt say they will offer him effective treatment.

"Quarshie showed the early signs of Parkinson's disease and not lung cancer,” a top Zamalek official told MTNFootball.com on condition of anonymity.

"The doctors say it is possible for him to respond to treatment in the coming days, which will make him recover from the illness."

Quarshie was living in Ghana thinking he was suffering from lung cancer until Zamalek arrived in the country to play Berekum Chelsea in the Champions League.

Zamalek chief Abass worried over the plight of the player, who helped them to win several titles including the Champions League, paid for the midfielder to travel to Egypt for effective treatment.

Quarshie was the captain of Ghana's national team that won their last Nations Cup title in 1982.


http://www.mtnfootball.com/africa/ghana ... ancer.html
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Postby papalove » Wed Jul 18, 2012 3:38 pm

Eiish

From throat cancer
through lung cancer
to finally Parkinsons Disease?
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Postby papalove » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:43 pm

Gyan Makes Cash Donation To Jones Attuquayefio

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan has donated $3000 to veteran coach Sir Cecil Jones Attuquayefio.

The magnanimous gesture is part of the Al Ain hitman’s contribution towards the upkeep of his former coach whose health has deteriorated over recent years.

The former Ghana international and coach who once served as the Vice President of the Ghana FA was honoured with a charity game last month at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The game saw members of the famous Hearts of Oak team coached by Attuquayefio (The 64 Battalion) line up against the Black Stars.

Part of the proceeds from the game was donated to the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Unit of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital – an initiative of the ailing 67-year-olds.

Gyan is part of the numerous discoveries of Attuquayfio.

Other financially endowed players to have come under the tutelage of Attuquayefio are being urged to contribute their widows might towards supporting the ‘Old Man’.
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Postby papalove » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:45 pm

What's the latest on Quarshie in Egypt?
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Postby NaMrecco$ » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:45 pm

Nice gesture from OTB
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Postby papalove » Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:01 am

Ex-ghana Captain Quarshie Undergoes Successful Operation

Emmanuel Quarshie has touched base in Ghana after a successful operation

By Patrick Akoto

Ex-Ghana captain Emmanuel Quarshie arrived home from Egypt on Monday night after undergoing a successful operation on Parkinson.

The former Sekondi Hasaacas player has been in Cairo for the past two –weeks on the invitation of his former club Zamalek to undergo treatment for what was earlier thought was lung cancer.

But it later revealed the Ghanaian was suffering from Parkinson and not cancer as earlier believed.

Officials of Zamalek were shocked at the plight of their former icon when they came to Ghana to play Berekum Chelsea in the Caf Champions League group A opener.

He was flown to the Egyptian capital, Cairo on July 17 where he underwent a successful operation.

He is expected to go back in a month for a review of his ailment.

Quarshie was a key member for Zamaleks during the team’s glory days in the 19880s.

He won severa titles with the Cairo giants including their first CAF Champions League crown in 1984.

He also captained the Black Stars to win their last African title in 1982 in Libya but was shockinghly left to his fate until officials of his former club arrived in the country to salvage the situation.
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