Haiti - FLASH : Death of «Ti Rosemond», the football family in shock
In front of the roadblock, the bus driver came downstairs to try to find out what was going on, while the passengers took the opportunity to get off and stretch their legs, before people armed with handguns and machetes forced them under threat to get on the bus in the biggest panic.
Rosemond Pierre and another passenger never boarded the bus, who died in this incident in unsolved circumstances. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-25496-haiti-flash-high-tension-in-archaie-2-dead.html
Régine Lamur, the resigning Minister of Youth and Sports learned with emotion and pain the death of the former international and former player of the Aigle Noir Athletic Club occured on Monday.
In this painful circumstance, Minister Lamur pays tribute to the one who devoted his whole life to football. Recalling that during his career, Rosemond Pierre proved to be an outstanding attacker of the Aigle Noit Eagle the only Club where he evolved before serving at the National Selection in the late 80s and early 90s. Nicknamed "Ti Rosemond" because of his small size but endowed with great technical qualities, he amazed the audience of the stadiums with his speed, his sense of dribbling and his intelligence of the game. After his retirement, he continued to devote himself to his passion by becoming a trainer at the National School of Sports Talents.
Rosemond Pierre left with his passion and a victory, since the day before his death, Real Hope Academy, club of Cap, which he had joined as a coach was largely imposed 6-1 against the Cosmopolites.
"Minister Lamur bows to the remains of one of the great forwards of the Aigle Noir Athletic Club and expresses her deepest sympathies to the family and loved ones of the deceased, the leaders of Bel Air Club, Real Hope Academy and the big family of Haitian football weeping at the loss of a big passionate about the ball."
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