Price to take over as new president at Boys' Town FC

Report by RJRGLEANER Communications Group Sports Reporter Renardo Brown

Boys' Town Football Club will have a familiar face in a new position as the club pledges to re-structure its programme three years after being relegated from the National Premier League.

The reign of Leon Mitchell as president of the club has come to an end, three years after assuming the role at the Collie Smith Drive-based club.

Mitchell, an Assistant General Manager at Jamaica National, and who had promised to help the team regain promotion to the nation's top flight, will be replaced by the familiar face of Andrew Price who confirmed with Radio Jamaica Sports that Mitchell will remain at the institution.

Price's return has already attracted support and new blood.

As part of the restructuring, former national player Derrick 'Shastri' Denniser who hails from the community, has also been called in to help shape the club.

A part of the restructuring, Price says the club will now be registered with the Companies Office of Jamaica.

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