Reggae Boyz delegation to depart for USA on Saturday
Reggae Boyz

The local-based members of the senior Reggae Boyz delegation will depart for the United States on Saturday from the Norman Manley International Airport to take on global giants Argentina in an international friendly.

The Jamaican side will depart from the island at 8:45 am and will be hosted at the Element by Westin Hotel in Harrison, New Jersey.

In addition, the overseas-based players and staff, including newly appointed goalkeeper coach, Guomundur Hreidarsson, are also scheduled to arrive in Harrison on Saturday.

The Reggae Boyz will tackle the Argentines on Tuesday @ 8 pm local time or 7 pm Jamaica time.

The Reggae Boyz staff members and players are as follows:

Staff members

Sheridan Samuels - Head of Delegation

Heimir Hallgrimsson - Head Coach

John Wall - Assistant Coach

Guomundur Hreidarsson - GK Coach

Dr Bersha Cole - Team Doctor

Dr Kevin Christie - Physiotherapist

Christopher Kelly - Physiotherapist

Lamar Morgan - Trainer

Earl Bailey - Press Officer

Norman Stone - Kit & Equipment

Devin Lawson - Massage Therapist

Roy Simpson - General Manager

Rory Rhoden Massage - Therapist

Merron Gordon - Asst. Coach

Players

Ravel Morrison

Daniel Johnson

Bobby Reid

Adrian Mariappa

Curtis Tilt

Amarii Bell

Jahmali Waite

Kemar Foster

Kaheem Parris

Jamoi Topey

Kevon Lambert

Javain Brown

Gregory Leigh

Jamal Lowe

Andre Blake

Leon Bailey

Andre Gray

Dillon Barnes

Shamar Nicholson

Damion Lowe

Michail Antonio

Richard King

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