Raheem Sterling pays school feels for children in Jamaican suburb

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling scores the opening goal in their match against Sunderland on January 2, 2013
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Liverpool teenager Raheem Sterling reportedly pays the school fees for children in Jamaica suburb Maverley.

Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has reportedly used his wages to pay the school fees for a group of children in Jamaica.

The England international, who recently signed a new long-term contract at Anfield, has launched his way into the Reds' first team under manager Brendan Rodgers this season.

It is believed that the 18-year-old has agreed to pay the school fees of children residing in the suburb of Maverley in Jamaica's capital Kingston, according to the Daily Star.

Sterling was born in Jamaica but moved to London when he was five years old.

Liverpool's Raheem Sterling scores the opening goal in their match against Sunderland on January 2, 2013
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