Trinidad and Tobago striker Kevon Carter has died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 30, the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has announced. Carter, who earned 25 caps for his country, died in hospital after complaining of chest pains during a training session with his club Defence Force at Macqueripe ahead of the CFU Club Championship.googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });Words are inadequate to describe the emotions currently felt about the passing of Kevon, Sheldon Phillips, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation, was quoted as saying by Fifa.com.  The young man had a quiet resolve about him and bounced back from a horrific leg injury to once again earn a spot on the national team. The entire football family is in mourning and our thoughts and prayers are with Kevon’s family and team-mates. Carter’s death has similarities to the passing of former West Ham and Man City star Marc-Vivien Foe, who died aged 28 after collapsing on the pitch during the 2003 Confederations Cup.