Captain Horace Burrell

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Photo: Captain Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation 

 

 

 

 

 

Captain Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), fell ill just days ahead of the start of the Copa Centenario, while on official business in the United States of America, where the tournament will be played.

Jamaica has been invited to play in the tournament as the Copa America celebrates 100 years. Burrell is currently hospitalized while he undergoes a series of tests to determine the cause of his illness.

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Photo: Captain Horace Burrell President of the JFF receives a copy of the book on Caribbean Football arising out of the first academic conference on football at the University of the West Indies from Dr. Christopher Charles at the opening of the second conference at the UWI on Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

Captain Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) made a stunning but honest revelation about the problems that the world governing body of football FIFA, has been enduring over recent months.

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Photo: JFF President Captain Horace Burrell

Outgoing FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, has hailed the historic achievements of the Reggae Boyz in the just concluded CONCACAF Gold Cup by sending a letter to JFF President Captain Horace Burrell, acknowledging the accomplishments of the team.

In a letter sent on Monday, the embattled FIFA President said, “I would like to extend my warmest congratulations to the Jamaican National Team on their second-place finish in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

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On the eve of the start of the Gold Cup it has been revealed that all is not well in the camp of the Reggae Boyz.
Members of the Jamaican team failed to show up for training on Monday as they were unhappy with the financial terms being offered by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) to play in the tournament.

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Photo: Captain Horace Burrell - President of the Jamaica Football Federation

Jamaica must win the CFU Caribbean Cup 2014. There are no two ways about it. The first English-speaking Caribbean team to qualify for the World Cup - in France ’98, Jamaica was once the darlings of the football world. Everyone wanted to be associated with the Reggae Boyz, everyone wanted to play against the Reggae Boyz.

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Photo: Paulo Ferreira - Chelsea FC Foundation Ambassador, Captain Horace Burrell - President Jamaica Football Federation, David Monk - Senior International Development Officer for football at Chelsea, James Wynne - Digicel Group Head of Sponsorship

Monday 27th October 2014 – Kingston, Jamaica: The Digicel Kickstart Academy was launched in Jamaica today and will see 42 boys from across the Caribbean and Central America go through a week of intense training that will culminate in a final match between the Academy players and the Jamaica national under-16 team.

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Photo: Captain Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation

Captain Horace Burrell, the President of the Jamaica Football Federation, was one of the many people who attended the launch of the fifth Flow Champions Cup at the JFF Technical Centre at the University of the West Indies yesterday.

Burrell took the opportunity to laud FLOW for their continued support of the island’s premier knock out football competition.

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Photo: JFF President - Captain Horace Burrell

The supreme body governing local football, the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has reacted angrily to utterances made the PLCA. In a tersely worded press release, designed to clear the air they responded to claims made by the PLCA Chairman, Edward Seaga. The JFF is adamant that they have not interfered
but sought to assist in resolving the issues club football are now faced with.

Below is the full statement provided by the JFF: