ROME – Former Roma footballer Joseph Perfection Bouasse Ombiogno died at the age of twenty-one from a cardiac arrest.
Cameroonian born in '98, Joseph landed in Italy in 2014. As soon as he arrived he was hooked by a character who promised him a career as a professional footballer, but when they arrived in Rome, in front of Termini station, Joseph Perfection was abandoned to himself.
He entered the reception circuits because he had no place to go, and there they advised him to join the "Liberi Nantes", an amateur sports association founded on 26 October 2007, born on the spontaneous initiative of nine football fans who attended the " Antiracist World Cup "in Bologna.
Roma brought him into Trigoria to make him play in the youth teams .
After a year and a half without playing official matches for bureaucratic problems, Joseph Bouasse in 2016 officially became a yellow and red player.
Roma spring in 2016, then Vicenza, Cluj and from January to Gaz Metan Media ?, the Romanian championship club.
Spalletti had made him train several times in the first team together with Totti and De Rossi but the boy never managed to make his Serie A debut.
In 2017 he wrote in an Instagram post: “A year ago my life changed. Rome in the heart ". (Source Corriere dello Sport ).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano