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Photo: Jodi-Ann Thomas plays a through pass for Jamaica during their 3-2 win over Barbados in their friemdly series recently. 

 

 

 

 

The recent call up to the national women’s team came as quite a surprise for Jodi-Ann Thomas. With most senior players suffering from a lack of inactivity due to the absence of a league last year, the former UWI Women’s FC player had not kicked a ball in anger for quite a while.

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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: Alvin Shaw

The Jamaica football fraternity was thrown into mourning this morning with the sudden passing of Tivoli Gardens head coach Alvin Shaw. Shaw held the head coaching position for the first time during the just concluded 2014/2015 season after spending many years as assistant to Glendon 'Admiral' Bailey.

The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) released a statement earlier today after the news broke about Shaw's untimely death:

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Reggae Boyz,JFF,Cedella Marley,Horace Burrell,Khamis Al-Rumaithi

Photo: Captain Horace Burrell, President of the Jamaica Football Federation, makes a presentation to Khamis Al-Rumaithi the Founder and Chairman of Romai at the Kingston Waterfront earlier today. Also in the picture is Cedella Marley, CEO of Tuff Gong and Ambassador for the Reggae Girls. Marley is responsible for the design of the new kit to be provided by Romai and worn by the Reggae Boyz. The JFF and Romai have agreed a four year deal which will see all the national teams provided with gear and other equipment.

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Photo: Jermaine Hue

The legal wrangling between the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and former national player Jermaine Hue looks set to come to a head after the local football authorities gave the player 48 hours to withdraw his legal claims against them Dr Carlton Fraser.

In a release today the JFF demanded that the Harbour View FC drop the suit without prejudice:

RE: CLAIM NO.2014 HCV 04338
Jermaine Hue v The Jamaica Football Federation and Dr.Carlton Fraser

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Photo: Graduates of the FIFA Women's Football Course and JFF Officials (Ian Allen)

Twenty five coaches, including nine females, completed a one week course focused on preparing female football players, at the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Technical training centre recently.

The participants were treated to five intense days of hands on coaching where they had the opportunity to work with the Jamaica Under-15 and Senior Reggae Girlz. Both teams are preparing for competitions next month so it came in as ideal training sessions for them.

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Photo: The President of CONCACAF Mr. Jeffery Webb

Jamaica's women's football is set to improve as twenty six coaches including National Under 15 coach, Xavier Gilbert and Senior's Women's assistant coach Tamara Williams take part in a week long coaching course at the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Technical Training Centre at the University of the West Indies.

The programme will be conducted by FIFA instructor and current Fitness and Performance coach for the USA Women's football team, Mrs. Dawn Scott.