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Warren Barrett is now goalkeeper coach

Published:Monday | June 1, 2009 | 5:50 PM

Former national goalkeeper Warren Barrett has been appointed as national goalkeeper coach on a one-year contract.

The 38 year old, who was the country’s starting goalkeeper during the Reggae Boyz historic qualification for the 1998 World Cup, was officially named in his new position today.

He will take up duties starting from the Panama game and will be involved in the pre-Gold Cup training camp as well as the Gold Cup.

Barrett last represented the country at the 2000 Gold Cup against Honduras, having made his debut 10 years before against Barbados.

He received his formal training in goalkeeper coaching when he attended the CONCACAF goalkeeping course in 2001 under the instruction of the well-known Lincoln Phillips.