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FOOTBALL: Reggae Boyz in Toronto for friendly against Canada

Published:Monday | September 8, 2014 | 1:40 PM

Jamaica's Reggae Boyz have arrived in Toronto for a friendly international against Canada tomorrow.

There are 18 players in head coach Winfried Schaefer's squad.

Six members of the squad are local-based players.

They joined the 12 overseas-based players in Toronto yesterday.

The local-based players are Waterhouse'se Jermaine ‘Tuffy’ Anderson, Evan Taylor, Kenardo Forbes, Nicholy Finlayson and Upston Edwards along with Kemar Lawrence of Harbour View.

Among the overseas-based players is Bristol City central defender Nyron Nosworthy, who makes a return to the Reggae Boyz’ squad following a long absence due to injury.

The Reggae Boyz will use the friendly match as part of their preparation for the Caribbean Football Union’s Caribbean Cup to be hosted in Montego Bay, Jamaica from November 10-18.

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