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Reggae Boyz starting 11 for Mexico World Cup match
2013-02-06 17:48:40 | (0 Comments)
MEXICO CITY, Mexico:
It will be a very confident Jobi McAnuff who steps on the field this evening to earn his second cap for the Reggae Boyz, almost 11 years after his first.
The game will kick off at the Azteca at 9:30 p.m.
The 31-year-old Reading captain earned his only previous cap in 2002 in a 0-1 loss to Nigeria in a friendly international at the home of Queens Park Rangers in London and is very positive of getting a better result this time around.
“We believe in what we have, we have no fear. We will attack this game as we would any other. We have to try to win it,” he said.
“I am very excited to get back out there and play for the Reggae Boyz after so long out. There is a very positive vibe in the camp and I am looking forward to this game.
The squad, McAnuff believes, is a strong and balanced one which compares favourably to the one he played in when he made his debut.
Like McAnuff, his club-mate Garath McLeary is looking to represent well for his country.
“This is a big game for us and I am really privileged to be a part of this. This is something that will make my family proud,” said the 25-year-old Reading winger.
Donovan Ricketts - Goalkeeper (Captain)
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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