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FOOTBALL: Young Boyz face must-win games

Published:Thursday | January 15, 2015 | 2:29 PM

Jamaica's young Reggae Boyz are facing a must win scenario in their final two games of the group stage of the CONCACAF Championships, in order to advance to the FIFA Under 20 World Cup in New Zealand.



The young Boyz will take on the United States on Sunday and Aruba next week Tuesday at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in St James.



The Jamaicans received a major setback in Group A last night after going down 2-0 to Panama.



The match was played at the national Stadium.



The result has left the Jamaicans second from bottom in the six-team table with just a point from there games.



Panama leads the standings with maximum nine points from three matches.



However, assistant coach of the junior Reggae Boyz, Lenorth Hyde, say he is very optimistic they can win both games.



He says the Boys are very disappointed with the results in the tournament so far but are committed to giving it their best in last two matches.



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