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Reggae Boyz play Costa Rica, Peru
September 3, 2010
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The Reggae Boyz play two friendlies at the start of the Jamaican school year. The first game is against Costa Rica at the National Stadium (Jamaica) and the second is at Lockhart Stadium (Fort Lauderdale, Florida).

On Sunday September 5, just before returning to school, students and teachers hope to be wowed by the Boyz when they match up against CONCACAF rivals Costa Rica.

Tuesday evening, September 7, the Boyz face Peru.  This is the first time I can recall Jamaica playing soccer against the South Americans at any level.  It should be an interesting match.  There are a number of Peruvians living in South Florida who will support their team but I expect a more overwhelming support from the Jamaican supporters living in the tri-county areas of Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach, Florida.

Go out and support the Boyz.

Bolt giving up spikes for cleats?
September 1, 2010
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Usain BoltThe “Jamaican Machine”, Usain “Lightning” Bolt now has a book out titled “Usain Bolt: 9.58″ in which he reveals serious plans to play for Manchester United Football Club (FC) in England.  He calls Man U, his “favorite team”. Bolt also loves playing cricket and has made that quite clear.

So does bolt plan to ditch his spikes for cleats? He is very serious in his love, perhaps the very reason he expects to retire from track in a few years.

Another option:  He could become the Worlds first 3-sport international star: running track, playing soccer for Manchester United, and playing cricket for the West Indies.  That’s an idea.

The reality

If Bolt is signed by Manchester United (or any other professional soccer team for that matter), it’s a public relations move only as we don’t expect Bolt to play any serious soccer at that level overnight.

What say you, Caribbean people?