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Orane Simpson


Orane Simpson 4 September 1983 – 13 October 2009 was a Jamaican footballer

Contents

  • 1 Club career
  • 2 International career
  • 3 Death
  • 4 References

Club career

Simpson began his professional career with Tivoli Gardens FC, and scored the winning goal in a final round victory over Arnett Gardens FC to lead the club to the 2009 Jamaican National Premier League title

International career

Simpson made a few appearances for the Jamaica national football team in friendlies that were part of the build-up to the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup

Death

Simpson was attacked and stabbed to death in Kingston, Jamaica, on 13 October 2009 Before the kick-off of each Jamaica league game on Sunday 18 October, a minute of silence was observed in his memory

References

  1. ^ Orane Simpson at National-Football-Teamscom
  2. ^ Mugisa, Kwesi 2009-05-18 "Tivoli win DPL title at the wire" The Jamaica Gleaner 
  3. ^ Williams, Gordon 2009-06-01 "Reggae Boyz lift standard in El Salvador stalemate" The Jamaica Gleaner 
  4. ^ Campbell, Howard 2009-10-14 "Jamaican police: National team player killed" AP 
  5. ^ Simpson's death shocks Tivoli community - Jamaica Observer
  6. ^ Chance for Sporting to go top as TG idle - Jamaica Observer



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