Williams is captain

shadiasimpson, shadiasimpson@nationnews.com

Added 20 September 2012


JEFFREY WILLIAMS  has been appointed captain of the Barbados team for the Caribbean Football Union’s Championship Cup, which kicks off  on Sunday at Kensington Oval. Midfielder Williams will take over the duties  from Barbados international Emmerson Boyce, who captained the team during the World Cup qualifying campaign, but is unable to make  the trip back home because of commitments to his English Premier League club Wigan. The final 20-man squad will be  announced tomorrow.  SQUAD (from):  Jeffrey Williams (captain), Kerry Holder, Jason Boxhill, Renaldo Marques, Carl Joseph, Curtis Odle, Julian Nicholls, Raheim Sargeant, Barry Skeete, Rommel Burgess, Ramuel Miller, Jomo Brathwaite, Ricardio Morris, Teriq Highland, Dwayne Stanford, Mario Harte, Tristan Parris,  Jamal Chandler, Jason Lovell, Jabar Greene, Damian McCollin, Kyle Gibson, Ramar Miller, Sebastian Hunte, Malcolm Marshall, Shaquille Boyce, Kemar Headley, Jomo Harris, Omari Eastmond,  Saheka Duke. (RB) TOUGH TACKLE: Nulook 360 Connection defender Jomo Brathwaite, tackling Sportstown Galaxy’s Runaco Thompson during last Sunday’s LIME Pelican Football Challenge, is in the shortlisted Barbados squad for the CFU Cup. Also selected is midfielder Malcolm “Buju” Marshall (standing left).


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