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FOOTBALL: Coca-Cola to pay tribute to Jamaica's football greats
2013-09-19 10:23:10 | (0 Comments)
Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer
When the FIFA World Cup Trophy descends upon the island of Jamaica on Saturday, October 5, 2013 it will be an historic event for the country as football fans will get a rare chance to view world football’s greatest prize up close and personal.
As part of the celebration Coca-Cola will be paying tribute to some of the biggest names in Jamaican football to be a part of the global experience.
Coca-Cola country manager, Tamara Ward, feels it is necessary to honour local legends of the game during the trophy showcase on Sunday, October 6.
Among those who have been invited to the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour are former Jamaica Football Federation, JFF, President Lincoln ‘Happy’ Sutherland, Allan ‘Skill’Cole, Edward Seaga, JFF president Captain Horace Burrell, Lindy Delapenha, Allie McNab and former Jamaica World Cup representatives Walter Boyd, Onandi Lowe, Theodore Whitmore and Warren Barrett.
The one of a kind solid gold FIFA World Cup is expected to visit 88 countries in 221 days en route to the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil.
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