Former Ghana international Willie Klutse has eulogized his 1978 AFCON winning teammate, Opoku Afriyie and Ghana's 1970 AFCON member, Kwasi Owusu who both passed away in the last 48hours.
The country in the last 48hours received sad news as the two Ghana football legends gave up the ghost.
Although the country is sad about their demise, the football world has been speaking highly of the role the two played for the club and country.
One of such person is Willie Klutse who has celebrated the two legends in a radio interview.
Opoku Afriyie reportedly passed away on Sunday, 29 March, 2020 in Kumasi at aged 75. He grabbed the headlines in 1978 by scoring twice to help the Black Stars ease past in the AFCON final.
The late Opoku Afriyie featured for the two glorious clubs in the country, Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko. He also played for the National football team, the Black Stars.
On Monday, the 1970 Africa Cup of Nations star, Kwasi Owusu was confirmed dead at the age of 72. Kwasi Owusu also known as 'powerhouse', the former Bofoakwa Tano striker, was the West African's top scorer as they finished second at the 1970 AFCON in Sudan.