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Hall to Choose Full Team in Preparation for the Last Window of Qualifiers

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The Boyz Can’t Qualify for the World Cup

Reggae Boyz Head Coach Paul Hall is preparing a 23-man squad that is made up of 18 local senior and 21 Under-20 players. They are preparing for the last three games of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers.

Jamaica will play El Salvador on March 24 and Honduras on March 30, separately, at the National Stadium. Sixteen players have affirmed that they will be playing in the games. On March 27, they will also play against Canada in Toronto. The sixteen players include;

  1. Andre Blake
  2. Amal Knight
  3. Richard King
  4. Ethan Pinnock
  5. Gregory Leigh
  6. Devon Williams
  7. Andre Gray
  8. Ravel Morrison
  9. Leon Bailey
  10. Dillon Barnes
  11. Damion Lowe
  12. Adrian Mariappa
  13. Javain Brown
  14. Kevin Stewart
  15. Kemar Roofe
  16. Jamal Lowe

Jamaica, with three straight misfortunes, are out of the competition for a spot at the Fifa World Cup in Qatar later this year. They were disqualified at the conclusion of the January/February round of the qualifiers. They have four draws and six defeats. Within the Octagonal, they sit in the seventh spot with 11 points from 11 games. In the meantime, Hall will arrive in Jamaica today to conduct the camp alongside head coach of the Under-20s, Marcel Gayle. The Under-20s are planning for the Concacaf Under-20 Championship in June.