Month: March 2022

It is no secret that the Jamaican Premier League is in need of a massive renovation. Chris Williams, co-founder of PROVEN and the new chairman of the league, has made major steps in starting the revamping process but, much more, especially as it concerns player wages, needs to be addressed if the league is to …

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Mikel Arteta and Arsenal are flying at the moment. The Gunners were written off after about a month into the season given their poor start but Arsenal fans can finally start to believe that European football will be returning to the Emirates Stadium in the near future.  Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka’s silky, clever link …

Arsenal: From relegation fight to top four berth Read More »

For a developing country like Jamaica, sports have been a unifying force and a source of human capital development for the nation’s citizens. However, many of our success stories have been achieved from the most menial of resources as sporting bodies in Jamaica have struggled to attract proper sponsorship from corporate Jamaica and to secure …

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When you search Google for The McConnell Story, the first result is an obscure 1955 American war movie based on real-life ace fighter pilot Joseph McConnell. When you ask Jamaicans about the McConnell story, at best you’d get a similar kind of niche response about the kid from Bog Walk, St. Catherine. The sort of …

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The journey to the nation’s first ever FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament is still fresh in the hearts of many Jamaican fans. With a few members of the current Reggae Girlz squad among the group who went to France in 2019, the group still has an air of confidence as they begin to navigate the …

Dom. Rep. – Reggae Girlz’ first hurdle Read More »

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