first_imgFormer National Reggae Boyz assistant coach, Miguel Coley, has broken his silence on his recent departure from the coaching staff of the national senior men’s team. While disappointed with his axing from the Reggae Boyz coaching staff, the Jamaica College Manning Cup coach believes his “work is not yet done,” and remains “committed to producing players for the national team. The 34-year-old, whose playing career was cut short because of injury in 2005, was drafted as assistant national head coach by German Winfried Schaefer. “The sky is definitely the limit, I back myself and push myself every single time and keep on putting in the work. At the same time you have to be producing players again for the National team so the work is never done,” he said in an interview with The Gleaner following JC’s 3-1 win over Eltham High on Wednesday. “I have to support whoever is in charge at this point in time and wish them all the best,” the outgoing assistant coach added. At JC, Coley’s charges have consistently peaked and played their best football at the business end of the season, winning trophy after trophy each year. The highlight of his career came last year when Jamaica finished CONCACAF Gold Cup runners-up to Mexico. This was, however, followed by a failed 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign. According to Coley he is not sure about what, if any, future role he will play in the national programme at this point in time, adding: “What I know is I am no longer the assistant coach of the Reggae Boyz.” SKY’S THE LIMITlast_img read more

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A local group trying to get its pro-LNG message heard through a petition to support Pacific NorthWest LNG has received 500 signatures from people who support the project.The group FSJ for LNG was at Home Hardware on Saturday to gather signatures. Founder Alan Yu said he wasn’t too surprised by the reactions he received, though he was please to see the number of people who signed their petition exceed their expectations.“They were immediately on board,” he said. “They see the value of liquefied natural gas, and how important it is to Fort St. John.”- Advertisement -The group is also encouraging others who support the project to write in to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency during the public comment period of PNW LNG’s review. The deadline for comments — which can be sent by email at GNLPacificNorthWestLNG@ceaa-acee.gc.ca — is March 11, 2016.Just one week ago, the group had about 300 members on Facebook. Today, it has over 1,400.Their campaign has spread to other cities, and now Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, and Prince George also hosts their own local pro-LNG groups. Those groups alone have almost 1,700 members altogether.Advertisementlast_img read more