• Tuesday Aug 27, 2013

    Schafer to hold first Jamaica training

    KINGSTON – Jamaica head coach Winfried Schafer has called in 24 domestic-league players for his first training session since being named head coach on July 17.

    The squad will gather on Wednesday in advance of World Cup qualifiers at Panama on September 6 and home to Costa Rica four days later.

    With two points from six games, the Reggae Boyz sit last in the six-team CONCACAF Hexagonal – the region’s final round of qualifying for Brazil 2014 – and are five points behind fourth-place Honduras.  The top three teams automatically qualify for the World Cup finals, while the fourth-place finisher enters into a two-legged playoff against New Zealand, the Oceania winner.

    JAMAICA ROSTER (by club)

    (training session for locally-based players on August 28, 2013)

    Arnett Gardens:  Andre Clennon

    Boys’ Town FC:  Daemion Benjamin, Renae Lloyd

    Cavalier SC:  Gariece McPherson

    Harbour View FC:  Montrose Phinn, Dicoy Williams, John-Ross Edwards, Kemar Lawrence

    Humble Lions FC:  Wolry Wolfe

    Montego Bay United:  Dino Williams, Allan Ottey, Jacomeno Barrett,

    Portmore United:  Adrian Reid, Rosario Harriott, Ewan Grandison, Levaughn Williams

    Sporting Central:  Linval Lewis, Francois Sway

    Tivoli Gardens FC:  Jameel Thompson, Keammar Daley

    Waterhouse FC:  Richard McCallum, Hughan Gray, Jermaine Anderson, Lamar Nelso, Marvin Morgan

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