Che Benny, 16, second from left, stands as one of the winners of the Flow Ultimate Football Experience. Che was one of two winners from Trinidad and Tobago back in March who participated in the first round of the event which selected two winners from 15 Caribbean countries to come together for the final round of coaching and the chance to win an opportunity to visit Old Trafford. Standing with Che are from left: Cindy Ann Gatt, Director of Marketing, Flow Trinidad; Benny; the Honourable Darryl Smith, the Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; Dwight Yorke, national footballer for Trinidad and Tobago and Manchester United and Mike Neary, Head Coach for the Manchester United Soccer Schools.Photo Courtesy: discoverflow.co/ultimatefootballexperience
NINE DAYS after he was reported to have left for a club trial in Sweden, the whereabouts of teenaged Trinidad and Tobago football prodigy Che Benny are unclear.
The only fact available to the Express up to press time yesterday was that Benny was not at Swedish powerhouses AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben). AIK management has denied ever having heard of him and officials of his local club, MIC-IT St Ann's Rangers have no information on his travel arrangements, his destination or present status.
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