Blacksmith in the world of football. Former Nigerian striker Akeem Omolade Oluwuashegun, 39 years old, found dead in a car in the Palermo neighborhood of Palermo. During the day he was supposed to have an exam at the infirmary for a pain in his leg, but he couldn’t walk and so his friend came to pick him up in the car to escort him, but as soon as he got on the plane he felt sick. When help arrived, there was nothing else that could be done. The body had no external injuries. Violent death excluded.
Omolade worked as an interpreter for the court. Last season he played for Altofonte in the first Sicilian category. At the beginning of the 2000s, he played in Serie A with Turin and the first in Serie B with Treviso, where he became A symbol of the fight against racism in football. Indeed, in 2001, on the occasion of the match at home against Genoa, his teammates took to the field with their faces painted black in solidarity after some Treviso ultras had left the Terni in the time of their previous match. .
Toru . press release President Urbano Cairo and the entire Torino football team share the Omolade family’s pain over Achim’s disappearance. Omolade, ex-football player grenade. Arriving in Toro from Treviso, Omolade played first for Primavera and later for the first team, making his Serie A debut with a grenade on February 2, 2003 in the match against Inter. His loved ones, relatives and many friends have affectionate closeness to the whole world.
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