A 26-year-old Warwick man who stabbed his victim 25 times, was today remanded in custody by Senior Magistrate Juan Wolffe as a result of the unlawful killing of former football team manager Amon Brown on July 8.

Tyshaun Brown was not required to enter a plea to the indictable offence, which will eventually go to the Supreme Court to be heard before a judge and jury of his peers.

Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, Cindy Clarke told the court that the case was a “stabbing incident”.

Senior Magistrate Juan Wolffe adjourned the case to the Supreme Court on September 1.

Mr Brown, of Warwick, was remanded in custody.

The victim, who was 52, died as a result of the incident at a private residence on St Mary’s Road on Cedar Hill in Warwick was a well known former player and manager of the Boulevard Blazers.