What happened Luton Shelton?

In 2018, it was announced that Shelton had ALS. He died from complications of the disease on 22 January 2021, aged 35.

Who is Luton Shelton?

Shelton is Jamaica’s record goalscorer, having netted 35 times in 75 internationals. His goals for Sheffield United included netting in a 2-1 FA Cup win against Manchester City after the ball fell to him having deflected off a balloon.

Is Luton Shelton dead?

January 22, 2021Luton Shelton / Date of death

How old is Luton Shelton?

35 years (1985–2021)Luton Shelton / Age at death

Which Jamaican footballer died?

A teenager identified as a popular football player was shot and killed by gunmen in downtown Kingston on Friday. The deceased has been identified as 18-year-old Omar Laing, a former schoolboy football player at St Andrew Technical High.

Where did Luton Shelton died?

Andrews Memorial Seventh-Day Adventist Hospital, Kingston, JamaicaLuton Shelton / Place of death

How old was Luton Shelton when he died?

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How many children does Luton Shelton have?

Personal life. Luton Shelton has three children, Lutasha Shelton (born 2009), Luton Shelton, Jr (born 2010). In 2018, it was announced that Shelton has been battling ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

How many caps did Shelton get for Jamaica?

He earned 75 caps for Jamaica, and played at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer’s Schools and began his career in the youth system of Harbour View. In his international club career, he was part of championship sides in the 2006 Svenska Cupen and the 2008 Norwegian Cup.

When did Shelton join Helsingborg?

In August 2005 Shelton was due to move to Football League Championship club Burnley after a successful pre-season trial. They attempted to sign Shelton, but a work permit was rejected, and in August 2006 he joined Helsingborg for about £100,000.