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Morgan calls for support

first_imgReggae Boyz and Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is hoping to continue his finest year in football to date with the Reggae Boyz as he rallies Jamaicans to help the national senior team to victory over Costa Rica next month in their key World Cup qualifier at the National Stadium.The Jamaicans will face off against a strong Costa Rican outfit on Friday, March 25, with the aim of pushing up the table after losing their opener to Panama (0-2) before their close 1-0 win over Haiti.Jamaica sits third in Group B with three points, with Costa Rica leading the way with six, followed by Panama on three and Haiti without a point.”I am asking the Jamaican people to come and support the Reggae Boyz and help us in our conquest to try and qualify for the World Cup,” said Morgan, who has captained Leicester City to the top of the Barclays Premier League.Morgan was speaking via a recording played at the Jamaica Football Federation’s (JFF) secretariat yesterday.”We need you guys to come to the Stadium and make as much noise as possible and give us the drive and determination to perform and give our very best. We need you all there, so the more the merrier. Please come and support us. We need you guys, and, of course, see you guys at the game, and all the very best,” he said.last_img read more

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Monroe County firefighter arrested for battery

first_imgRAMROD KEY, Fla. (WSVN) — A Monroe County firefighter was arrested after a fight at a bar on Ramrod Key, Friday night.Deputies responded to the Looe Key Tiki Bar at 9 p.m. to reports of a fight.The victim had injuries to his face and said a man had attacked him after he refused to give him a cigarette.The bartender helped to break up the fight.The suspect, Dustin Hunt, was found in the parking lot. He claimed to have been attacked by the victim.Other witnesses at the bar corroborated the victim’s version of events.Hunt was arrested, charged with battery and taken to jail. Monroe County Fire Chief James Callahan was notified of the arrest.“I was made aware of the situation and will further investigate the circumstances,” Chief Callahan said. “I am disappointed. We hold our firefighters to a higher standard and this type of behavior is not tolerated. There will be consequences.”Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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