Golden Jaguars to depart for Barbados on Friday … Canadian Brydon Caesar joins camp
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Brydon Caesar
Brydon Caesar

THE Golden Jaguars will wing out for Barbados via LIAT on Friday afternoon, from the Ogle International Airport, where they would face the Island’s National team in a Friendly International on Sunday, February 1. And though the players are currently heightening their preparation in an attempt to redeem themselves, head coach Jamaal Shabazz told Chronicle Sport that the team still have a few hurdles to climb, but he’s impressed with their effort.

Shabazz said: “We’re not there yet, but we would be when it’s time to play.” The Trinidadian, touted as Guyana’s most successful head coach and technical director, had made it clear that losing is not an option and that the Jaguars will have to get a result.
The final composition of the team is not yet known, as Canadian Brydon Caesar becomes the latest addition to the squad in training.
This is the 23-year-old’s first visit to Guyana and being born to Guyanese parents, Caesar said, “I think it would be a dream come true for me to represent Guyana and I’m actually looking forward to playing for them (Jaguars).”
Caesar plays in Canada’s League 1 with Windsor Stars, which is a semi-professional men’s soccer league based in Ontario, Canada, that was founded on November 15, 2013 to play its inaugural season with 10 founding teams in 2014.
It is sanctioned by the Canadian Soccer Association and Ontario Soccer Association as a Division III league in the Canadian soccer league system, behind Major League Soccer (MLS) (Division I) and the North American Soccer League (NASL) (Division II), and roughly equals the Première Ligue de soccer du Québec (PLSQ).
The midfield player is a regular goal-getter for his Canadian outfit and said that he’s hoping to do the same for the Golden Jaguars.
“I know a lot about the team. I know that they are rebuilding right now and that they’ve been very successful in the past but I’m glad for an opportunity to be part of that process,” Caesar said.

(By Rawle Toney)

 

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