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Reggae Boyz Stumble to Defeat After Pepi Double

AUSTIN, Texas – Jamaica Reggae Boyz suffered another huge setback in their bid to reach the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, when Ricardo Pepi scored twice in the second half to give the United States a 2-0 victory in their CONCACAF qualifier on Thursday.

Ricardo Pepi (left) celebrates with teammate Antonee Robinson (center) to the bewilderment of Jamaican defender Kemar Lawrence. (USMNT photo)

Cedella Marley Kicks Off New Women’s Football Initiative with International Friendly Between Jamaica and Costa Rica

Cedella Marley (CEO of the Bob Marley Group of companies); currently in her seventh year as Global Ambassador for the Jamaica Women’s Football Program, is now expanding her advocacy and commitment to the women’s game. Her new Football is Freedom Initiative will provide tools and resources for the development and growth of women’s football throughout the Caribbean and Latin America as well as diaspora communities in the United States.

Suriname Club Booted from CONCACAF, Owner Suspended for Three Years

PARAMARIBO, Suriname – Suriname’s Inter Moengotapoe has been disqualified and removed from this year’s CONCACAF League, while the club’s owner and Suriname’s Vice President, Ronnie Brunswijk, has been banned for three years from participating in any capacity in CONCACAF competitions.

Ronnie Brunswijk played in the match against Olimpia, becoming the oldest player, at 60, to play in an international club competition.

Defenses Shine as Jamaica and Canada Battle to Draw

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A scoreless draw between Jamaica and Canada on Sunday here at Independence Park took Jamaica to a pair of points thus far in the final round of World Cup qualification, while Canada earned its second consecutive away draw and now sits on seven points.

Action between Jamaica and Canada in the Concacaf FIFA World Cup qualifiers on October 10, 2021 at Independence Park in Kingston, Jamaica. (Photo: Canada Soccer)

F1 Miami Grand Prix Date Confirmed as May 6-8, 2022

MIAMI GARDENS, Florida – Organizers of the Formula 1® Miami Grand Prix have confirmed that their first event will be held on May 6-8 2022. As with all rounds of the FIA Formula 1 World ChampionshipTM, the action will be split across all three days, with Practice on Friday, Qualifying on Saturday and the Grand Prix on Sunday, together with a host of other action and entertainment throughout the weekend. 

Photo courtesy of Formula 1 Grand Prix
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