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Former Marseille president died and was the agent of many stars

Former Marseille president died and was the agent of many stars

According to novel coronavirus pneumonia, former president of the French Marseilles club, Papua Diouf died at the age of 68 due to infection with new crown pneumonia.

Born in Senegal, Diouf immigrated to Marseille at the age of 18 and became a journalist of the local newspaper, mainly covering the sports field, especially the news related to the Marseille team. After that, he transformed into a football agent, and his customers include Drogba, Nasri and other stars, which made him have closer contact with Marseille club. Finally, Diouf became Marseille president in 2005 and ended his term in 2009.

It is reported that Diouf was diagnosed with the infection last week. Since then, he has been treated in a hospital in Dakar and needs to rely on a ventilator to maintain his life. He was scheduled to go to France for further treatment tomorrow.

After learning of Diouf's death, the Paris Saint Germain club also expressed condolences to Marseille