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Teen Footballer’s Murder Yesterday, Condemned by TT Pro League.

Teen Footballer’s Murder Yesterday, Condemned by TT Pro League.

The TT Pro League is condemning the murder of 16-year-old Noah Simmons who was gunned down near his Marabella home on Tuesday.

Simmons was fatally shot on the day that he would have turned 16.

He was sitting outside his home in an area known as the Train Line in Marabella when the incident occurred.

Pro League CEO Julia Baptiste, in a statement, labelled the crime ‘unacceptable’.

Simmons was a former Club Sando youth player and this year represented Central FC under adopted Anthony Sherwood Football Academy in the Under-16 division of the Flow Youth Pro League.

Club Sando Under-14 head coach Wayne Caesar also expressed deep condolences on his passing.

Expressing sadness, he said that Simmons was earmarked to be a National player.

Simmons was also a fourth form student at Shiva Boys Hindu College.

Last year he represented the school at the 2017 Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Under-16 division and was a member of the school’s Under-14 SSFL team.


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    This to me, is a product of “enslavement” because as you continually push back on your people (endless taxation with huge budgets not accountable for over the years etc.) family structure fails over time and children remain children as they grow up and so they become extremely depressed with life and lacking the discipline to motivate themselves they succumb to lowly level in life as hate overcomes them. Unfortunately we never feel sorry for them but they fight back in a way that we become blind to them and their needs. Then they become the forgotten people by the state or government. This happens in their growth years by a lack of a proper family environment which again the state or government has failed them. And last but not least, the school system starting with SEA. keeps them out It seems but if they do face SEA and they fail SEA they are life long failures. Later on the “pull string” system keeps them out of suitable employment. Even if they find or obtain some kind of employment in T&T in the later years the poor wages against the high living costs (another government failure over the years) keep them below the poverty line. This all makes up the modern slavery systems we have here in T&T. DOES SIR HILARY …CARE ABOUT THIS?. Only a certain kind can make it in T&T so lets not continue to fool ourselves because “every creed and race DO NOT find an equal place here ” in T&T. Let’s not mamaguy anybody out there as it is all now coming back to haunt us all. The Fitzroys and the Marks are no better than this shooter. They are just using different weapons to keep the doers from saving the nation from the economic woos following over 50 years of over 1000 Billion USD in revenues that went with the wind from the 70s to now.