Raheem Belgrave: Trinidad youth international and Wembley FC goalkeeper 'drowns' on Caribbean holiday

Belgrave died during a trip to the Paria River in Blanchisseuse, which is around 29 miles (46km) northeast of the island's capital, Port of Spain

1/18/2022 5:06:00 PM

Belgrave died during a trip to the Paria River in Blanchisseuse, which is around 29 miles (46km) northeast of the island's capital, Port of Spain

The former Trinidad and Tobago U-17s international got into difficulties while swimming in a river in the Caribbean country on Sunday. It's believed he hit his head after jumping into a pool of water.

Image:Raheem Belgrave, of Wembley FC, has died in a swimming accident, according to reports. Pic: Raheem Birdie Belgrave/FacebookWhy you can trust Sky NewsNon-league football club Wembley FC have announced the death of their goalkeeper, Raheem Belgrave, who is believed to have drowned while swimming on holiday.

The former Trinidad and Tobago U-17s international drowned after getting into difficulties in a river in the Caribbean country on Sunday, according to local media.Belgrave, 29, died during a trip to the Paria River in Blanchisseuse, which is around 29 miles (46km) northeast of the island's capital, Port of Spain.

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