No, he has a brother that playes criquet.(which is what Usain wanted to do before he began his carrer in sprinting)
This Scottish surname began in Normandy, France. Family motto: "Will God I shall!"
Halloween began 2,000 years ago, in Ireland by the Celtic tribe.
I am afraid there has been no known Liverpool player whose surname began with the letter Q. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Liverpool_F.C._players#List_of_players
Surnames emerged long after given names began to be established.
"Blum" means "flower" in German; Germany is where the Blum family name began.
The German surname Au first began to be utilized in the state of Bavaria, around the 12th century. There was a Johann Henrich Au that came to Pennsylvania, USA, in 1764.
Valiantly led into Ireland by Strongbow and his army, the proud and noble Irish surname of Butler derives from the occupation of wine steward, or chief servant, of a household. It began to be utilized as a surname around 1220 A.D. in the ancient territory of Ormond.
Way back when the Anglo-Saxon tribes that once ruled all of Britain began to bestow surnames upon persons in their realm, they began to associate people with their trade or occupation. A "sherman" would have been a "sheep-shearer". Earliest records of this English surname are to be found in Norfolk.