Suspended Reggae Girls looks set to return to the fold
The embattled members of the Reggae Girls squad that represented jamaica at the 2023 FIFA World Cup finals looks set to return to the fold after the next FIFA window.
The players who spearheaded Jamaica’s historic round of 16 appearance in Australia and New Zealand, made themselves unavailable for the qualifiers for the inaugural Concacaf Women’s Gold Cup owing to issues with the Jamaica Football Federation.
The players were subsequently suspended by the federation….with both parties since that time unable to settle their disagreements.
Reports have since surfaced the suspension will end in time for the FIFA window of April 1 to 9 which will see the girls become eligible to don the national colours again.
The world cup players last represented Jamaica during the olympic qualifiers against Canada in september last year
In the meantime the Reggae Girls are down to be in action in the next FIFA window with two friendly internationals against Chile on February 23 and 27 .