Reggae Boyz in Florida preparing for Copa America Centenario
Jamaica's Reggae Boyz are now in Florida preparing for the start of the Copa America Centenario next weekend.
The National team arrived at the Miami International Airport yesterday, after their exciting 2-1 win over the world's number three ranked Chile on Friday.
The Reggae Boyz will hold a training camp until June 2, when they leave for Chicago.
Local-based Reggae Boyz Chevone 'Messi' Marsh, who went to a trial in Finland early last week, will join the camp in Florida.
Goalkeeper Andre Blake has joined the squad while regular captain Rodolph Austin is expected to fly in to Florida today.
Jamaica will play their first match in the Copa American Centenario against Venezuela on Sunday, June 5 in Chicago.
The tournament opens on June 3 with the United States facing Colombia.