Oussou Konan, who played as a forward for Saudi second Division side, Al-Bukiryah has reportedly passed away on Monday 3rd.
The former Cote Côte d’Ivoire star who was born on the 23rd of January 1989 exited the world at the age of 32.
The former Al Ahly ace allegedly died of poison during a holiday in his hometown, KingFut can confirm.
The deceased began his football career with Africa Sports in the Ivory Coast league in 2006 where he had a two-year spell before moving to Espérance in Tunisia league in 2008, where he spent two years.
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In 2010, Konan joined Misr Lel-Makkasa in Egypt Premier League and completed a move to Al Ahly in the same league a year after, where scoring 11 times in 23 games.
He had also participated in Turkey’s League in 2013 where he registered one goal in ten appearances for Gaziantep B.B.
However, the late had his career terminated following his demise a few months after he joined Al-Bukiryah in September 2021.