Jamaica News: A few months ago 25 year old Roshane Reid bring lots of Joy and happiness to his many football fans with his knack for scoring some top class goals in Western Jamaica. His last major title was in early February where his team won the Norwood Futsal competition.
In late February, his foot was amputated due to a shooting incident in his Norwood community. For several weeks now, he is appealing for help from the wider public for a Prosthetic leg. Last Wednesday, July 4, councilor for the Norwood Division, Joshua Cummings, signed some papers for him to open a bank account so that people who wish to contribute to his account may do so.
The account will be opened in a few days’ time. Some of the teams he played for were Norwood Strikers, Gully Ambassador, Montego Bay Boys Club and Holland United in Western Confed. With his goal scoring prowess, he helped many teams from out of relegation scoring several goals for them. Regardless of his foot being amputated Roshane wanted to move on with his life, despite not able to play the sports that he loves.
“It’s a part of life, anything can happen to anyone, I just need a Prosthetic leg to get rolling,” said Roshane. If you want to help call 1876 545 8323
By: Alan Lewin