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After a long absence from the squad, Jamaica Reggae Boyz midfielder JeVaughn Watson hopes to lead the way, as a senior player, when the squad look to bounce back from a rocky start to their FIFA Cup qualifying campaign. world.
With two matches already played in the hexagonal round, the Jamaicans are yet to score a point on the table after a 2-1 away loss to Mexico and a 3-0 loss to Panama at the national stadium.
Even so, the decision to recall Watson, ahead of the team’s crucial clash against Costa Rica, could certainly be seen as a decision out of left field. Although he was once a mainstay of the national team’s midfielder, the player has not appeared for the Reggae Boyz since 2019, nor has he played much football locally.
The 37-year-old, however, believes he can still be of use to the team and hopes to anchor his efforts to get points on the board.
“I’m naturally a tough player, I separate the games, I try to keep the unit together, I try to create a mood before the game. Whenever we have fun, you always get the best of us, ”Watson said.
“I’ll be a senior player, try to bring the group together. Try to go out there and be a threat to the midfield, break the players and push us forward, bond with each other and try to see what we can do from the.