FORMER St Anthony’s College goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams and former Queen’s Royal College (QRC) footballer Radanfah Abu Bakr both had fond memories of former football coach Nigel Grosvenor, who died on Friday.
Secondary Schools - Boys
It is said that a good coach and good coaching can build will, skill, knowledge and capacity because it can go where no other professional development has gone before: into the intellect, behaviours, practices, beliefs, values and feelings of an educator and his or her students. You think I’m making this up? Ask any young student or footballer who passed through St Anthony’s College under the guidance of Nigel Grosvenor for just over the past two decades and they’ll tell you.
The football fraternity was plunged into mourning on Friday following the early-morning death of former national, St Anthony's College and Queen's Royal College football coach Nigel "Grovey" Grosvenor. He was 63 on Independance Day.
He will be remembered and respected by most as the man who coached the St Anthony’s College Tigers to eight national secondary school football titles. Nigel ‘Grovy” Grosvenor was much more than that. He was a family man, disciplinarian, educator, business owner, and investor.
ICONIC former St Anthony's College football coach Nigel Grosvenor has died. Grosvenor contracted covid19 over a month ago and had been hospitalised since.
FORMER TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO national footballer Angus Eve described it as a “massive loss” while friend and coaching counterpart Shawn Cooper tagged him as a “unique individual” who helped to create better young men for Trinidad and Tobago.
Iconic Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) coach and former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) national youth team coach Nigel ‘Grovey’ Grosvenor is among 828 persons being treated for the novel coronavirus at present, within the Ministry of Health’s parallel health care system.
FORMER T&T football captain Kenwyne Jones on Friday described former St Anthony’s coach Nigel Grosvenor as a mentor and father figure to him, labelling him as “my Sir Alex Ferguson.”
A three-man race exists for the leadership of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), though the highly fancied tournament is unlikely to take place this year.