Witch Doctor Kwaku Bonsam speaking exclusively to Kasapa Sports disclosed that Eboue’s woes in his career and even after football is due to the disappointment he caused his Ivorian ex-girlfriend years ago when he became a mushroom in his football career.
“Emmanuel Eboue is cursed by his ex-girlfriend and let me tell you that Eboue’s woes and downs in his life is as a result of the curse by his Ivorian ex-girlfriend whom he promised to marry but disappointed and dumped her so painfully.
“In fact the girl did so much for Eboue but it was unfortunate Eboue caused so much emotional pain to her and ended the relationship without any tangible reason. Eboue must be quick and render an unqualified apology to his ex-girlfriend or else what he is going through will worsen” Kwaku Bonsam told he told Kasapa Sports.
The former Galatasaray star a fortnight ago revealed how he lost all his fortunes, going from a rich football star to a poor man who is contemplating suicide.
Eboue made millions of pounds at Arsenal and then more than £1.5million a year at Turkish side Galatasaray. However, the football star said he has lost all he had to his wife Aurelie who he claimed also handled his finances, adding that “whatever she tells him to sign he signs.
After their divorce, the court awarded all his fortunes to his wife in a divorce settlement and he has been ordered to also give up his house in London to the ex-wife.
The 34-year old and his wife lived there before he bought a mansion – which Aurelie has now put on the market.
Eboue has also surrendered his expensive cars to his wife, and now relies on London public transport. He now often sleeps on a mattress on his living room floor.
As if all these are not enough, Eboue is also said to be suffering from an undisclosed medical problem. The 34-year-old had served a one-year ban for failing to pay a former agent but got back into football recently, agreeing a deal with Cypriot side Turk Ocagi Limassol.
However, his move to Cyprus was not plain sailing and his agent Tekin Bircini said his client was now facing ‘medical problems’.