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FOOTBALL: JFF president urging fans to support Boyz match against Costa Rica

Published:Thursday | September 5, 2013 | 3:38 PM

President of the Jamaica Football Federation, Captain Horace Burrell is urging football fans to support the Reggae Boyz’ World Cup Qualifying home game against Costa Rica next Tuesday.



The game will be the second of two crucial matches for the Reggae Boyz in five days.



The Reggae Boyz will play Panama in Panama City tomorrow.



Burrell says the Costa Ricans had already booked close to 2,000 tickets for the away game although the team is in second position in the standings.



The JFF president says the demand for tickets by the Costa Ricans showed that they are not taking any chances, as they want their supporters to travel with the team.



Burrell says it underscores the importance and significance of each and every game in the final round of qualifier.



As a result, Captain Burrell says the Reggae Boyz need the support of all Jamaicans at this stage.



Tickets go on sale for the game against Costa Rica today.



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