‘Lesson’ in baller’s killing
IN LIFE, Sherwin Success’ talent on the football field knew no limits.
But after being gunned down in Wotton, Christ Church, last Saturday evening, Success’ former football coach Terry Sealy said he hoped the death of his former star player would be a lesson to the younger generation.
Speaking to the DAILY NATION yesterday, hours after Success succumbed to multiple gunshots to his upper body, Sealy recalled the onfield life of the 30-year-old, formerly of Kingsland, Christ Church.
“To be honest, in terms of football, you could not beat him in terms of natural raw talent. He would have played at the highest level, which was then called the Premier League,” a saddened Sealy said. (AD)
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