KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC):
Jamaican striker Jermaine 'Tuffy' Anderson will play professional football in El Salavador next year.
Anderson, 34, who played for Waterhouse in the Premier League, is expected to depart the island tomorrow to join his new club, Deportivo Aguila, considered one of the most successful in El Salvador's football history.
Aguila have won 15 Premier Division Championships, one Copa Title and one CONCACAF Champions' Cup. They last won the league in 2012.
Anderson, who has seven caps with the Reggae Boyz, has scored only two goals. He has been the top scorer in the last two Premier League seasons, netting six times for Waterhouse this season.