NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) – The Bahamas says it is looking forward to strengthening its relationship with the People’s Republic of China across a wide-range including trade, technical exchange, education and tourism.
“Although The Bahamas and China are separated by great distance and cultural differences, th ...more »
IT would be interesting to see if the Reggae Boyz have it within themselves, like the mythical phoenix, to rise from the ashes and finish off their World Cup qualifying campaign in a blaze of glory — marked of course by a sublime performance and a win for which they so thirst.
If not for themselves, they should do it for the fans who have agonised over a tournament that gave them no victory to this point and, in many cases, renditions that fell below par.
Also, though late in coming, it's time the Boyz re-impose their dominance at 'The Office', a scene of two defeats in the current crusade — albeit to strong opposition in Mexico (1-0) and the USA (2-1).
Jamaica midfielder Rodolph Austin, who captained the team in their 2-0 meltdown to the USA in Kansas City on Friday night, underpinned the importance of the curtain-call game against Honduras at the National Stadium.
Jermaine ‘Tuffy’ Anderson
executes a sliding tackle on
teammate Demar Phillips during
training at the National Stadium
ahead of tonight’s World Cup
Qualifier against the USA.
(PHOTO: LIONEL ROOKWOOD)
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