LA Is Last Shot For Harris As Interim Coach
Former Reggae Boyz star aims to bow out in style
Wolde Harris, the former Reggae Boyz striker and co-founder of the Jamaica Grassroots football company, will finish his stint as interim coach of USL outfit Colorado Switchbacks after tomorrow’s match (5 Oct).
The Kingston-born 45-year-old, who has been in the hot seat for the past three months, will hand over the reins to new head coach Alan Koch after tackling LA Galaxy II.
Harris, who kicked off his coaching career as the assistant with Jamaica powerhouse Kingston College in 2010, will return to being assistant coach of the Switchbacks in a role that he has held since the club’s inaugural season in 2015.
Surprisingly Harris never played for any Caribbean sides through his stellar career in North America, but scored seven goals for the Boyz in 28 matches.
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