Jamille Boatswain will be hoping to make his competitive debut in Costa Rica on July 30 when Alajuelense takes on Grecia away from home in the first match of the Costa Rican Premier Division.
The former Defence Force man has been preparing for the upcoming season with the club and is thankful that he will be a month at least into the league but the time the World Cup qualifier comes around on September 1 against Honduras.
“So far things are good. I’ve been training with the club and we have a game next week which I hope to get some playing time,” Boatswain said.
“Our season starts on July 30 so right now we are basically getting ourselves ready for that first game. By the time the qualifiers start again with the national team I would be into season with the club which is good.
“The coaches at the club are doing their part and the players are hard at work. I’m learning new things about the club, the methods of training and basically the lifestyle here so yes I am busy with a lot of stuff. But I am focusing on my game and ensuring that I am up to a good level.”