The Jamaican Football Federation (JFF) has officially begun the search for a new head coach.
The move comes after the non-renewal of Lorne Donaldson’s contract last week.
With an eye on the upcoming Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup qualifying matches, the JFF has expressed the urgency of filling this crucial role in a timely manner.
The JFF revealed that they have already identified several potential candidates for the coveted head coaching position.
Interviews with these candidates are set to commence this week as the governing body looks to make a well-informed decision.
Highlighting the considerable interest in the position, the JFF disclosed that they have received a significant number of applications from experienced and qualified individuals.
The selection process will entail shortlisting candidates for final interviews, ensuring a thorough and comprehensive evaluation to identify the most suitable candidate to lead the senior women’s national team.
The JFF is operating under a tight schedule, given that the Reggae Girls are slated to participate in the upcoming Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup qualifying matches in less than a month.
In Group “B” of League A, they will face tough competition from teams such as Panama and Guatemala.
Jamaica is one of nine teams competing in League A, where the top three group winners and runners-up, along with the two best third-place finishers, will progress to the knockout stage scheduled for March – 2024.
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