The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and the Reggae Boyz are currently at an impasse due to failed salary negotiations.
Jamaica recently went down 4-1 to the United States in a friendly at the Stadion Wiener Neustadt in Austria, but the team that took to the field boasted several faces that were largely unfamiliar to most Jamaicans.
Seven footballers who ply their trade in England made their debuts for Jamaica in the hastily arranged encounter.
And though they performed admirably based on the circumstances, many persons have publicly criticised the JFF as the majority of the the team’s core players did not receive a call up.
Kemar “Taxi” Lawrence, one of Jamaica’s most successful defenders shared his thoughts on a host of topics relating to Jamaican football and the JFF during a recent interview with Simon Preston.
WATCH his exclusive interview with Simon Preston below and click HERE to subscribe to Simon’s YouTube channel.
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