JFF in race against time to fill Reggae Girl coaching vacancy
In its bid to fill the head coaching vacancy with the senior women’s national team the JFF says they have identified various potential candidates.
According to the local football governing body, the interviewing process will begin this week, after Lorne Donaldson’s contract was not renewed last week.
The JFF say they have received a number of applications from experienced and qualified individuals and a short list will then be selected for final interviews.
Importantly, this also includes the reengagement of members of the coaching and technical staff.
The JFF is racing against time to have the vacancy filled as the reggae girls are set to play in the upcoming Concacaf women’s gold cup qualifying matches in less than a month.
the reggae girls will play in group “b” of league a alongside panama and Guatemala.
Jamaica will be one of nine teams in league a where the three group winners and runners-up, plus the two best third-place finishers will advance to the knockout stage set for next march.