Some form of help is already coming the way of Ivorian football star, Emmanuel Eboue, as one of his former clubs, Galatasaray, has offered him a coaching job.
The gesture is to help Eboue pick up the pieces of his life after a harrowing experience in which he even contemplated suicide.
Eboue, who played football at its peak, slept in a palatial home and drove expensive cars, recently disclosed he is bankrupt after a bitter divorce battle with his ex-wife.
He played for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side between 2004 and 2011.
Speaking to The Sunday Mirror, he said: “I want God to help me. Only he Continue reading “Eboue gets lifeline from former club, After being broke”