Former Reggae Boy advises how more Jamaicans can break into MLS

Report by RJRGLEANER Communications Group Sports Reporter Jordan Forte

Former national football player Tyrone Marshall says more Jamaicans can start getting back into the MLS, but the nation's best talent must turn up to the MLS Combines.

The former national senior team defender who is now the assistant coach at MLS side Real Salt Lake says Jamaicans have the talent but must understand what scouts are looking for.

Reggae Boyz captain and goalkeeper Andre Blake, Alvas Powell and Oneil Fisher are some of the Jamaicans currently playing in the MLS.



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