Raheem Sterling To Pay For Jamaican Village Kids To Get An Education

Chris Wright

1st, February 2013


By Chris Wright

According to The Daily Star (we know that’s not a good start), Raheem Sterling is planning to funnel a substantial wodge of his new £40,000-a-week Liverpool contract into seeing that the kids in the village he was born in on Jamaica get a decent education.

He may have an England cap to his name, but Sterling was sired and raised for the first five years of his life in Maverley, an impoverished suburb of Kingston and, with a little coercion from his mum, is planning to give something back to the neighborhood that made him before he emigrated to north west London in 2005.

Speaking about his decision to pick England over Jamaica at international level on a

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