Reggae Boyz New Head Coach Paul Hall Finalizes Squad For Upcoming World Cup Qualifying Games

The new coach of the Reggae Boyz Paul Hall has now been officially instituted, and he already has organized the team that he is going to use to take on the rest of the World Cup Qualifying matches.

For January, Jamaica will be playing Mexico on the 27th and then on the 30th, they will be facing off against Panama. For February, the Reggae Boyz also have a match-up against Costa Rica who they are set to play on the 2nd of the month.

The members of the squad, that Hall has placed forward on the list of players to take on the remaining games of the World Cup qualifiers are Andre Blake, Dwayne Miller, and Amal Knight for goalkeeping, while the defenders gearing up are Liam Moore, Adrian Mariappa, Damion Lowe, Ethan Pinnock, Kemar Lawrence, Gregory Leigh, Alvas Powell, and Javain Brown.

Where it concerns the midfielders, Hall has listed Devon Williams, Kevin Stewart, Ravel Morrison, Peter-Lee Vassell, Lamar Walker, Daniel Johnson, and for attacking he has Michail Antonio, Javon East, Junior Flemmings, Cory Burke, and Bobby Reid gearing up.

Notably, Leon Bailey is absent due to injury while Shamar Nicholson is absent due to personal reasons.

Following the sacking of Theodore Whitmore as the head coach of the Reggae Boyz, Paul Hall who was a part of the 1998 World Cup qualifying team was made official for the position on December 9th, 2021.

Hall is well known for his efforts in that era of football for Jamaica, along with others such as Deon Burton, Robbie Earle, and Fitzroy Simpson.


As it concerns the Reggae Boyz standing at this point in their campaign to Qatar, they have only won one game out of 8, while drawing and losing the others to now be on 7 points in the sixth position out of a table of 8 teams.

Jamaica now has 6 more remaining games to play, 2 matches away and the other 4 at home.

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