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Leonson Lewis

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Subject: 1995 Caribbean Cup, Hutson Charles, 1992 Caribbean Cup, Trinidad and Tobago national football team, Association football in Trinidad and Tobago
Collection: 1966 Births, 1991 Concacaf Gold Cup Players, Associação Académica De Coimbra – O.A.F. Players, Association Football Forwards, Boavista F.C. Players, Estrela Da Amadora Players, Expatriate Footballers in Jamaica, Expatriate Footballers in Portugal, F.C. Felgueiras Players, G.D. Chaves Players, Living People, People from Port of Spain, Portmore United F.C. Players, Primeira Liga Players, Segunda Liga Players, Trinidad and Tobago Expatriate Footballers, Trinidad and Tobago Expatriates in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago Expatriates in Portugal, Trinidad and Tobago Football Managers, Trinidad and Tobago Footballers, Trinidad and Tobago International Footballers, Tt Pro League Players, União De Lamas Players, W Connection F.C. Players
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Leonson Lewis

Leonson Edward Jeffrey Lewis (born 30 December 1966 in Port of Spain) is a Trinidad and Tobago retired footballer who played as a striker.

External links

  • Leonson Lewis at
  • Leonson Lewis profile at ForaDeJogo
  • Snowflake at
  • Snowflake – FIFA competition record
  • Trinidad and Tobago – Record International Players; at RSSSF

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