Ex-Ghananian International Junior Agogo, also former Nottingham, Bristol, and Sheffield United striker is dead aged 40.
Agogo will be remembered for his stellar African Cup of Nations performances in 2008, where he helped Ghana to third place. Agogo had represented the Ghanaian national team 27 times scoring 12 times for his country
Agogo enjoyed a globe-trotting career that included spells in England, the US, Egypt and Greece.
But it all started at Sheffield Wednesday, where he came through the academy before going on to make a handful of appearances.
Struggling to get in the side, Agogo left for the MLS, where he played for Chicago Fire, Colorado Rapids and San Jose Earthquakes.
A few years later he was back in England, first with QPR, before he moved on to Barnet.
He banged in the goals during the 2002-03 season, which earned him a move to Bristol Rovers where he made over 100 appearances and scored 41 league goals.
In 2006 he joined Nottingham Forest where he scored 20 league goals over a two year period.
That was his final club in England, after which he joined Egyptian side Zamalek and then went to Greece with Apollon Limassol.
His final club-side was Hibernian, where he spent a season before announcing his retirement in 2012.Photo Credit: Getty