Morris: TTSL prays for Marabella FCC coach Terry Boissiere

The following press statement was submitted to Wired868 by Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Clayton ‘JB’ Morris:

It’s with great anticipation and great hope that I express ‘get well greetings’ on behalf of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) members to Marabella Family Crisis Centre [coach] Mr Terry Boissiere. 

Photo: Marabella Family Crisis Centre coach Terrence Boissiere.

We pray and hope he continues to receive first-class care as he recovers at the intensive care unit at San Fernando Hospital. 

I have known Terry for over three decades as a strongly believer in the almighty God, which gives me the belief that he would eventually overcome his latest health challenge.

To his family, our prayers will continue as we ask God to grant Terry favour.

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