Ramil Sheriff played
for Norwich's Under-21s against Wroxham, Enfield and Lowestoft
in August 2012. A former Tottenham and Arsenal academy
player, Shariff has been capped by Jamaica at Under-20 level.
Ramil signed for the Canaries in the summer as he played for
their Under-21s in their opening clash of the Premier League Under-21
League beating Blackburn on 20th August 2012.
Norwich announced on 20th May 2013 that they would not be extending
Sheriff's contract. He had been a regular in the Under-21s.
He was linked with a move to Gary Holt's
Falkirk in September 2013
In 2013-14, Sheriff played for non-league sides Cockfosters and
He made his debut for the Jamaican senior side on 8th June 2014
in an away friendly against France, coming on as a 65th minute
substitute for Chris Humphrey. Jamaica lost 8-0.
Sheriff played for Belgian Third Division B side Woluwe-Zaventem in the 2015-16 season