What happened to the former Manchester City academy player Jeremy Wisten?
More tragedy follows the footballing world as it copes with the loss of 17 year old former Manchester city Academy player Jeremy Wisten who passed away on October 25. The news is shocking, given the tender age of the player. Every football fan in the world hopes and prays that every youth irrespective of the club they play for do well professionally because they youth have eloquent eyes expressing their dreams and sometimes they offer what even big players of the club cannot offer. This saddening news was confirmed by Manchester City’s Twitter handle.
Manchester city academy player Jeremy Wisten tragically kills himself after being released by club.
The Tweet was backed by senior team players like Raheem Sterling and Aymeric Laporte. The French centre back Laporte further tweeted: “Horrible news…RIP young man.”
Wisten was Born in Malawi and then moved to England. In 2016 he joined U-13’s academy team. The reason of death of the former Manchester City player Jeremy Wisten confirmed by multiple sources is that the player took his own life after being released from the club.
Manchester City academy player Jeremy Wisten’s mothe, Yakosah is devastated by the news of her sons’s passing away in such a shocking manner and is yet to release a statement. The young prospect of Manchester City Jeremy Wisten wanted to emulate Vincent Kompany’s career for himself at the Etihad. Jeremy’s Passing away has left his youth team mates shocked.
Mental health of players, the biggest question in Football
Serie-A giants AS Roma also offered their condolences for Manchester City academy player Jeremy Wisten.
“Young players, former players, fans… depression can affect anyone. We all need to look out for those around us.”
Rest In Peace, Jeremy AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN)
The message shared by AS Roma is knocks on the mental health issues surrounding the football players. Mental health taking a toll on people’s life is very real and we must tackle it with concern, all we need to do is to be a little more available for those in need and listen to the voices around us.
Manchester City academy director Jason Wilcox says the support from the football community all over the world following Jeremy Wisten’s Tragic death is “overwhelming”. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jeremy’s family.
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