The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has announced their 24-man squad to face Canada in the upcoming CONCACAF Nations League Quarterfinal. This exciting international window will generate a buzz among Jamaican football enthusiasts and fans as they eagerly anticipate the clash against the Canadians, with the first leg set for Kingston on November 17, 2023, at 7 pm local time.
The selected team only sees one notable absence from its squad which last played in a high-stakes game, Dujuan ‘Whisper’ Richards. The chosen squad is also a testament to the rich talent present within the senior team currently, with all of the players selected applying their trade aboard.
Led by their World Cup-experienced and charismatic coach, Heimir Hallgrimsson, the team is expected to showcase their prowess and determination in this highly anticipated match. This clash against Canada is crucial for the squad as it will play a significant role in their journey towards qualifying for future international tournaments, which include the 2024 Copa America.
Here is a list of the players: (Goalkeepers) Andre Blake, Amal Knight, Jahmali White, (Defenders) Ethan Pinnock, Damion Lowe, Michael Hector, Dexter Lembikisa, Tayvan Gray, Greg Leigh, Javian Brown, Amari Bell, Di’shan Bernard, (Midfielders) Bobby Dr Cordova-Reid, Daniel Jhonson, Joel Latibeaudiere, Jon Russel, Karoy Anderson, Demario Phillips, (Forwards) Ramario Williams, Leon Bailey, Michail Antonio, Shamar Nicholson, Demarai Gray, Trivante Stewart,
The upcoming match against Canada is an exciting opportunity for the team to showcase their skills in a competitive fixture as they prepare for next year’s World Cup Qualifiers.
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