"Wanted to take some time and collect all my thoughts about a wonderful year and half here in Berlin. I’m super thankful for the opportunity to have played and represented such a great city and high caliber team all over Europe. I think as a team we represented Berlin in the best possible way we could have on a scene that a lot of us were new on this season!thankfully the management and the staff made it super easy and a wonderful experience for us players.
I want to say thank you to the fans of Alba Berlin for welcoming a kid from Yaoundé Cameroon all the way in Germany!!!you guys made it so easy as a player to go out and give your all whenever you are on the court because of the energy you guys bring on the table. I will definitely miss hearing those chants all game long. Thank you to the staff and management for giving me an opportunity to showcase my myself at the highest level of competition in Europe and for bearing with me this whole ride!!! for it to end the way it did on a D O U BL E T I T L E run it means the world to me thank you for making me a champ!!! Berlin will always have a special place in my heart."
Damit will ich jetzt nicht sagen, dass Martin nicht dankbar war, aber wenn wir von “schönen” Abschiedsworten reden, nehm ich lieber diese
Edith erwähnt noch, dass Nnoko’s Twitter privat ist, sonst hätte ich den Post natürlich einfach verlinkt.