The former Ghana striker gets support from Chief fan of Bristol Rovers who wants their manager to get him on board for their League Two campaign
A Bristol Rovers chief supporter, Gashead, has urged the club's manager, Mark McGhee to sign Ghanaian striker Manuel Junior Agogo.
Agogo played for Bristol Rovers between 2003 and 2006 where he scored 41 goals in 126 appearances which made him the toast of the fans.
The 33-year-old who is now a free agent is wanted back at the League Two side by one of the club’s influential fans.
“Agogo is currently a free agent and I want him back here at the Gas to bolster our attacking options so McGhee should sign him," Gashead posted on the official fan page of the club.
Agogo has also played for several clubs including Nottingham Forest, Chicago Fire, Colorado Rapids, QPR, Zamalek and Apoel Limassol.
He became a free agent after Scottish premier side, Hibbernian failed to renew his contract after it ended this summer.