Jamaica’s sports minister Olivia Grange has lauded the late Winston Chung Fah as one of the best ever to serve the region.

Winston Chung Fah, a man considered a legend of Jamaica’s football, died on Thursday at the age of 78.

Michael Ricketts, President of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) said it was welcome news that the Sports Development Foundation (SDF), is to fund the world-cup bound women’s team to the tune of in excess of US$150,000 (approx.J$20 million).

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts has called on Bayer Leverkusen star Leon Bailey and his agent Craig Butler to have some humility in their dealings with the organisation.

Toni Cowan, a former coach of Jamaica’s U15 Girls team, intends to see the country’s women’s programme benefit from her time in FIFA’s Women’s Football Development Coach Mentorship Programme that begins later this month.

In light of the recent impasse between Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, his agent and adoptive father Craig Butler and the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) over its alleged unfair selection policy, the latter has moved to clarify its position on how players are considered for selection to the national senior team, the Reggae Boyz.

Leon Bailey’s impasse with the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has reportedly caught the attention of Bayer Leverkusen boss Rudi Völler, who has expressed his displeasure with the player and his agent, Craig Butler.

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) General Secretary Dalton Wint believes celebrations and sustained support are in order for Jamaica's history-making Reggae Girlz.

Leon Bailey should don Jamaica’s colours when the Reggae Boyz take on Suriname at the National Stadium in Kingston on November 17 in Montego Bay.

The Jamaica Football Federation has shot down reports emanating from the United Kingdom that Leon Bailey will suit up for Jamaica when the Reggae Boyz take the field against Bonaire in the CONCACAF Nations League against Bonaire on Sunday, October 14 in Curacao.

The Jamaica Football Federation is looking to unearth developing young talent in a new grassroots programme they expect to launch in the coming weeks.

When Jamaica’s Senior women’s football team take on Bermuda in World Cup qualifying action at the National Stadium in Kingston on Monday night, they will be cheered on by about two dozen young girls from Kingston’s Trench Town community, whose eyes are being opened to the world of women’s football.

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) General Secretary, Dalton Wint, has apologized on behalf of the Federation for its absence from the recent funeral of former national player Delroy ‘Mutty’ Scott.

If the word of Jamaica Football Federation General Secretary, Dalton Wint, is to be believed, former Reggae Boy and Bolton Wanderers mainstay, Ricardo Gardner, will continue to coach the national under-20 unit. 

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