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Re: Jamaica Football Thread.
« Reply #3120 on: November 30, 2018, 05:40:25 AM »
CAL is official airline for Reggae Girlz
By Stephon Nicholas (Newsday).


CARIBBEAN AIRLINES (CAL) is strengthening its partnerships in Jamaica, and is now the official airline of the Reggae Girlz; the official airline of Carnival in Jamaica 2019 and the presenting sponsor for Reggae SumFest for the next two years.

A Caribbean Airlines press release on Wednesday said the agreement marries two of the region’s top brands.

“As an authentic Caribbean air carrier that is proudly owned by the people of Jamaica and TT, this union represents a natural partnership of two of the region’s leading brands. Reggae SumFest is the largest concert festival in Jamaica, and Caribbean Airlines is the leading airline serving Jamaica and the Caribbean. We are proud to bring over 485,000 travellers to and from Jamaica annually,” CAL said.

“This collaboration with Reggae SumFest is a significant milestone for Caribbean Airlines deepening our partnerships within Jamaica and throughout the region. Caribbean Airlines is thrilled and feels privileged to be the official airline of the Reggae Girlz who created history by becoming the first Caribbean team to reach the FIFA Women’s World Cup. This accomplishment was no small feat!”

CAL said, similar to the Reggae Girlz, they faced challenges but worked tenaciously to turn things around to deliver this historic result. Through this and other partnerships, CAL promised to strengthen its relationships within Jamaica and the region.

“Caribbean Airlines does not take lightly its role as the leading air carrier serving the Caribbean and the critical part we play in supporting the communities we serve. We are behind the Reggae Girlz 100 per cent and will support them on their journey to a successful World Cup next year!”

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Re: Jamaica Football Thread.
« Reply #3121 on: November 30, 2018, 07:22:03 AM »
Go BeeWee!!!!. Ooooops!!!! CAL.


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Re: Jamaica Football Thread.
« Reply #3123 on: March 23, 2019, 09:56:26 PM »
So there goes another interesting day in the Concacaf Nations League. .

- Guyana made their first Gold cup and possible qualification to Group A (Guess at whose expense..)

- Jamaica lose to El Salvador. But they make the Gold cup. However, both will be in group B

- Montserrat might make the Gold cup.
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Reggae Boyz Urged to Compete in Higher Leagues than USL
« Reply #3124 on: December 06, 2019, 01:42:35 PM »
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Re: Reggae Boyz Urged to Compete in Higher Leagues than USL
« Reply #3125 on: December 06, 2019, 03:47:15 PM »
Not wrong to want more than the USL - it's good for the smaller islands, but any nation aiming to qualify for the World cup from CONCACAF needs players in a more competitive league, us included.

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Re: Jamaica Football Thread.
« Reply #3126 on: February 14, 2020, 10:56:12 AM »
Ricardo Gardner is now the head coach for Portmore United and won the 2019 Flow Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship (FCCCC) to earn a berth in the 2020 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League.

Surprised Dwight Yorke never really got into the coaching scene even if it was for a small team to start off with. I know he wants to coach a recognisable team in England, but sometimes you have to start small even if you were a good player.

Ricardo Gardner is one player that always prove to have his head on his shoulder, whether on, or off the field.

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