Jamaica World Cup FRANCE 98 Jamaica World Cup FRANCE 98 JAMAICA

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This is the first World Cup appearance for the Reggae Boyz, as the Jamaicans are known.

They may not be as good at football as they are at cricket, but under the coaching of Brazilian Rene Simoes, Jamaica have started to show more promise.

Jamaica the country.

Official Squad:

Goalkeepers:

1 Warren BARRETT (Violet Kickers)
13 Aaron LAWRENCE (Reno)
14 Donovan RICKETTS (Waddadah)

Defenders:

21 Durrent BROWN (Waddadah)
4 Linval DIXON (Hazard)
5 Ian GOODISON (Olympic Gardens)
15 Ricardo GARDENER (Harbour View)
19 Frank SINCLAIR (Chelsea)
17 Onandi LOWE (Harbour View)
12 Dean SEWELL (Constant Spring)
2 Stephen MALCOLM (Seba Utd.)
3 Christopher DAWES (Galaxy)

Midfielders:

7 Peter CARGILL (Harbour View)
11 Theodore WHITMORE (Seba Utd.)
6 Fitzro SIMPSON (Portsmouth)
16 Robert EARLE (Wimbledon)
20 Darryl POWELL (Derby County)
9 Andrew WILLIAMS (Real Mona)

Strikers:

8 Marcus GAYLE (Wimbledon)
10 Walter BOYD (Arnett Gardens)
18 Deon BURTON (Derby County)
22 Paul HALL (Portsmouth)

Coached by René SIMOES

Fixtures:
First Round

14th June vs. Croatia
(1-3)
(Lens)

21st June vs. Argentina
(0-5)
(Paris)

26th June vs. Japan
(2-1)
(Lyon)

Match Reports.

Group Tables.


Jamaica didn't qualify for the second round, but the Reggae Boyz raised a good cheer in Kingston when they won their first World Cup finals match with two goals from Theodore Whitmore against Japan.


Jamaica Links.

(Jamaica Football Federation)