Some Ghanaian clubs have expressed their deepest condolences to the families of the young Ghanaian footballers who died on Saturday in the Ashanti Region in a ghastly bus accident.
Eight young Ghanaian footballers have so far died while four others are battling for their lives at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital after the driver of the bus carrying the juvenile team lost control and the car plunged into a the Offinso river on Saturday Evening.
Six players instantly died following the accident and two more followed later by Saturday night in the hospital where the severely injured players were undergoing treatment.
The clubs took to twitter to mourn with the Offinso-based Colts football club.
Check their tweets below:
We are devastated by the news of the unfortunate accident involving players and officials of Vision Soccer Academy at Offinso on Saturday.
— Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) September 20, 2020
To the families of the colts players who died through a road accident near Offinso, Please Accept our condolences.
To those who are on admission, we wish you a speedy recovery.
— Tamale City Fc (@tamalecityfc) September 20, 2020
Our dear nation and football family mourns the loss of eight young footballers who lost their lives through a motor accident on Saturday 19th September 2020.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and their loved ones during this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/hsA5crc0xA
— King Faisal Football Club (@Kingfaisalfcgh) September 20, 2020
Very disturbing news we are picking up from Afrancho concerning a colts club in Offinso.Our hearts and thoughts are with the bereaved families and to the kids recuperating, we are desperate to see them pull through.We keeping you in our prayers.#TheRoyals #WeDeliver pic.twitter.com/PZ0LL3bw9r
— Legon Cities FC (@LegonCitiesFC) September 20, 2020
All of us at Sekondi Hasaacas FC are saddened hearing the news of the demise of 8 juvenile footballers involved in the Offinso, Kumasi Accident, commiserate with the family of the deceased…
— Sekondi Hasaacas FC (@SekHasaacas) September 20, 2020
Sad day for Ghana football
Our heartfelt condolences goes to the families of the victims of African vision football Academy involved in a tragic accident at Offinso.
We wish the injured a speedy recovery. pic.twitter.com/g3ZHSJwlY6
— Wa Suntaa Sporting (@WaSuntaaSc) September 20, 2020
Everyone at the club is saddened by the unfortunate incident at Offinso on Saturday night and deeply mourns with family, management, and playing body of Vision Soccer Academy.
— Dreams Football Club (@DreamsFootballC) September 20, 2020
Deepest condolences from everybody at @TemaCityFC.Our thoughts are with Africa Vision Soccer Academy and to the family of the 6 young footballers who l passed away after the car they were traveling on,submerged atOffinso @sportsworldgh @FootballinGH @kurtokraku @Ghanasoccernet pic.twitter.com/Q0VqaU35V7
— TEMA CITY FC (@TemaCityFC) September 20, 2020
Our condolences to the families of Young Vision FC, who lost eight of its players in a ghastly bus accident on Saturday, 18th September, 2020. pic.twitter.com/vb3tNiqpzW
— MiraclelandFC (@MLFCOfficial) September 20, 2020