Jermaine Tuffy Anderson's exclusion from Reggae Boyz team spark protests in St. James
Protest for Jermaine Tuffy Anderson
Fans of Jermaine Anderson and by extension, residents of St. James communities, have been protesting the exclusion of ace premier league striker, Jermaine (Tuffy) Anderson in multiple locations in St. James today.
The prolific striker has not been included in the squad despite been on top of the standings over the last couple of years in the national premier league in Jamaica.
They said they are puzzled by his exclusion when the team is looking for an excellent striker. Passionate fans could be heard chanting fervently for his inclusion.
Fans are also demanding that the coaching staff and Captain Burrell advise the country why he is not been considered.
The protests started in Granville, St. James his home community, and continued into sections downtown Montego Bay.
Taxis could also been seen carrying banners demanding his inclusion.
Jamaica plays a critical match World Cup Qualifying match today (June 4th) vs Mexico.
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