Malique Foster in Reggae Boys squad for Suriname Concacaf Nations League game

by November 12th, 2018

On loan Portmore united striker Malique Foster who currently represent Costa Rican club Deportivo Alajuelense has been recalled to Jamaica’s reggae boys squad who will face Suriname in their third Concacaf nations league encounter this Saturday in Montego bay.

Foster is among a 22 man squad which also sees the return of experienced defender Jermaine Taylor.

The Theodore Whitmore coached team features 13 overseas based players including Andre Blake, Cory burke, Damion Lowe, Shaun Francis, Devon Williams, Kemar Lawrence, Jevaughn Watson, Owayne Gordon, Darren mattocks, Dane Kelly,.

The local based players named are ladle Richie of mount pleasant, Ricardo Thomas of Waterhouse, Amal knight and Fabien McCarthy from UWI, Ricardo Morris and Javon east from Portmore United, Peter Lee Vassell Harbour View, Alex Marshal from Cavalier and Jamiel Hardware from Arnett Gardens.

The reggae boys are unbeaten after two games in the Concacaf Nation’s league following a 4 nil victory over the Cayman Islands and a 6 nil win over Bonaire.



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