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Décès d’Oumar Tourade : messages de condoléances de la FIFA et de la CAF

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Sous le choc depuis samedi dans l’après-midi avec la mort tragique du jeune milieu de terrain de l’Association Sportive de Kaloum (ASK), la Fédération Guinéenne de Football (FGF) et l’ASK continuent de recevoir les messages de condoléances venant d’un peu partout dans le monde.  Parmi les courriels reçus dans les dernières heures, figurent ceux de Joseph « Sepp » Blatter, président de la FIFA et  d’Issa Hayatou, président de la CAF.

Extrait du message du président de la FIFA, de  Joseph « Sepp » Blatter.

 « Ce drame touche toute la famille du football. Aussi permettez-moi, au non de la FIFA et à mon nom propre, de vous adresser, ainsi qu’à la Fédération Guinéenne de Football et au club de l’AS Kaloum mes condoléances les plus sincères. Je vous serais bien obligé de bien vouloir transmettre à la famille et aux proches d’Oumar Tourade Bangoura toute ma sympahtie et mon soutien en ces moments de grand chagrin et de douloureuse séparation » peut-on lire dans la lettre du président de la FIFA.

Extrait du message du président de la CAF, Issa Hayatou.

« Les mots ne sont pas assez forts pour exprimer notre stupeur et notre désarroi, et nos pensées vont avant tout à la famille du défunt. Je tiens à vous adresser, au nom du Comité Exécutif de la CAF, de la famille du football Africain et mon nom personnel, nos sincères condoléances à la famille du défunt ainsi qu’à toute la communauté du Football Guinéenne »  dixit le président de la CAF.

Ancien joueur du Satellite FC, le jeune Oumar Tourade a rendu l’âme en Tunisie après le stage de l’ASK. L’équipe était sur le point de rentrer lorsqu’il a fait une crise cardiaque dans le bus qui conduisait les joueurs à l’aéroport. Le temps de rallier la clinique, il était déjà trop tard.

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