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FOOTBALL: JFF organises US$800 package to Reggae Boyz World Cup Qualifier in Panama

Published:Thursday | August 29, 2013 | 8:59 AM

The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has organised a charter flight for the national team and fans for the country’s crucial CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier against Panama in Panama City on September 6.



JFF’s president Captain Horace Burrell says having a strong fan presence will play a big part in building the confidence and performance of the team.



Captain Burrell is calling on Jamaicans who are able to travel to sign up by calling the offices of the JFF.



The charter flight will leave Jamaica on Thursday, September 5, and return on Saturday, September 7, in the morning.



The cost per traveller is US$800 which covers airfare, ground transportation, accommodation and match ticket.



The Jamaican squad to travel will be announced at a Press Conference on Monday, September 2, at the offices of the JFF.



The Reggae Boyz have failed to win a match in six outings in the final round and are at the basement of the six-tem group with two points.



The Panama game will be the first for new Reggae Boyz coach German national Winfried Schafer.



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