In the Turkish-Syrian border region on Tuesday after the earthquake catastrophe, alive under the ruins of a collapsed building, it is obviously not the Ghanaian football expert Christian ASU.
The location of the 31-year-old is still unclear, it was a confusion, his consultant Nana stated Sec here and Club Hatayspor on Wednesday.
As you can imagine, this is still a devastating time for his household, and we do whatever we can to discover Christian, wrote Sec here on Twitter.
On Tuesday, it was at first reported that ASU could be recovered alive, which among other things confirmed the Ghanaian Football Association.
Hatayspor’s coach Volcano Desire told the portal Arena that not only ASU would be missing, however likewise s director Tanker Save.
ASU, previous gamer of the Premier League clubs FC Chelsea and Newcastle United, switched to Hatayspor from the Turkish Süper Lig in September.
The association comes from the city of Antalya near the Turkish-Syrian border.
It was just on Sunday that the 60-time global against Kampala scored the winning objective for his team.
According to the World Health Company, up to 23 million individuals could be impacted by the extreme earthquakes.
Many states, including Germany, have already assured the posting of emergency situation services and the provision of help.
According to the previous status, more than 11,000 people passed away throughout the quake on Monday night.