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Photo: Junior Flemmings in action for the Reggae Boyz 

 

 

 

 

 

Jamaica’s preparation for the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar will get underway when the Reggae Boyz play The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in two International Friendly games next month.  

Both games will be played at the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium in Riyadh on November 14 and 17. This is indeed the best way to kick-start preparation with the squad experiencing the identical regional conditions under which the World Cup will be played.

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Photo: The Reggae Boyz will be seeking to make their third Concacaf Gold Cup final in four tournaments at the 2021 staging next year.

 

 

 

 

Concacaf, on Monday night conducted the first ever Gold Cup draw to set the scene for the 2021 edition of the region’s flagship men’s international competition. The event was hosted by Emmy award winning TUDN sportscaster Lindsay Casinelli and Fox Sports Lead Soccer Analyst and United States Men’s National Team legend Alexi Lalas.

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Jamaica's five- man team of Dominic Pagon, non playing captain, Rowland " Randy" Phillips, Dimitri Bird, Duainne Miller and Marcus Malcolm, that will participate in the 2018 Americas  Zone, Group 3 Davis Cup competition, will leave the island on Saturday for Costa Rica.

 

The tournament will take place at the Costa Rica Country Club, and will run from May 28 to June 2, 2018.

 

Eight other teams will be participating in this competition. They are Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Bermuda, Costa Rica, Cuba, Honduras, Panama and Paraguay.

 

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Photo: Noel Valladares unable to prevent a Karim Benezema header from crossing the goal-line. France won the game 3-0 courtesy of a Benzema brace.

 

Group E favourites France got their 2014 World Cup campaign off in style when they cruised past a 10 man Honduras team in fairly one sided contest.

Honduras got off to a bright start but failed to really test the France captain, Hugo Loris, in goal. The former world champions slowly took control of the game through the efforts of Paul Pogba, Blaise Matuidi and Yohan Cabaye.