Month: March 2021

The battle between the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) and the Reggae Boyz about wage demands is an expected drama that we can anticipate at least once every two years. Unfortunate to say the least, but it has become synonymous with the relationship between both parties, oftentimes leading to player protests, refusal to play and even …

JFF vs Reggae Boyz: Time for a Resolution Read More »

Five years ago, Barcelona had just won the Champions League under the stewardship of Manager Luis Enrique to complete another treble that included the Spanish league title and the Copa Del Rey. Fast-forward five years later and Barcelona has gone from comfortably sitting on the throne of European football, to facing a huge financial and …

How Barcelona became the Joke of Europe Read More »

As the smallest country in FIFA’s current Top 50, geographically; Jamaica is punching above its weight. The lofty ranking comes on the back of their current run of form as well as convincing 2015 and 2017 Gold Cup performances. However, what’s really impressive is what the second smallest nation on that list has done. At …

What Can Jamaica Learn From Belgium? Read More »

While the United States Soccer Federation has reorganized and rejuvenated their football programme after assessing their past failures, the same cannot be said for the Jamaica Football Federation. After successive failed World Cup qualification campaigns for the men, not much has changed. The team is still not defined, with haphazard call ups being a constant, …

What Jamaica needs to get to the next level in football Read More »