Jlloyd Samuel killed in vehicle crash

Jlloyd Samuel killed in vehicle crash

Former Bolton Wanderers defender Jlloyd Samuel has been killed in a vehicle crash this morning.

Jlloyd was a product from the Charlton Athletic youth set up before he joined Aston Villa where he made over 200 appearances for the first team.

Many from around the world of football flocked to Twitter to pay their respects to Samuel, who was just 37 years of age.

"The TTFA and all his former teammates extends deepest condolences to his family in this most hard time".

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association confirmed the news on their Facebook page today, Tuesday.

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"Our players will wear black armbands as a mark of respect tonight [in their play-off semi-final]".

Bolton Wanderers tweeted: 'Everybody associated with Bolton Wanderers Football Club is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our former defender, Jlloyd Samuel.

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It is believed he was returning home after taking his children to school at High Legh when his Range Rover was in collision with a van.

"Our honest condolences go out to the family and friends of Jlloyd Samuel who has died aged 37", the PFA tweeted.

"His next of kin have been informed and are now being supported by specially trained officers".

Samuel was born in the city of San Fernando in the south-west of Trinidad but moved to England as a youngster.

He also played for another Iranian club Paykan for one year.

Bolton also paid tribute to their former player via the club's social media channels. RIHP, Rest In Heavenly Peace.

"The driver of the van, a 54-year-old man, sustained serious injuries and has been taken to hospital for treatment".

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