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Reggae Boys returns to camp today

Published:Tuesday | September 29, 2009 | 9:12 AM

Jamaica’s national senior football team, including two new players, will return to camp today as the Jamaica Football Federation, JFF, tries to rebuild the national programme.



JFF president Captain Horace Burrell says there will be two camps each month.



The new invitees are St George’s striker Damion Harwood and Kevin Mighty of promoted team Humble Lions.



The squad also includes Seba United’s Deshawn Woolery, who made his debut in August against St Kitts and Harbour View central defender Christopher Harvey who has not represented the national team in over two years.