Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz Face Off With Cameroon at Noon
In their second international friendly against a World Cup-bound team in the last few months, Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will face Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions Wednesday, November 9, at Noon.
On Tuesday, the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) announced a new schedule for the Boyz’ anticipated match against the African nation of Cameroon. Jamaica’s national team is now scheduled to play the Indomitable Lions at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium in Cameroon at 12:00 p.m. local time today. Cameroon, like Jamaica, will be kicking off today’s match without several of their overseas-based players and will be depending on their local players to put on a great performance.
Reggae Boyz head coach Heimir Hallgrimsson, who will be overseeing his second match with the Boyz after taking over the helm for the national squad in September, expects the Cameroonians to put up a challenge for the team. According to the former Al-Arabi head coach, the squad has been training intensively, and he will be watching for the players’ development.
“We had four days of training. We had two days of defensive training, and yesterday was attack, and today was a normal stadium training,” Hallgrimsson disclosed to the media on Tuesday.