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Arnett Gardens defender makes belated departure for MLS Combine

RJR Sports understands that Arnett Gardens defender Oniel Anderson departed the island on Wednesday morning to take part in the ongoing MLS Caribbean Combine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, a day after the trial camp started.

Anderson was originally named as part of a quartet including Portmore United's Malieke Foster and the Cavalier SC pair of Jeadine Whyte and Alex Marshall set to leave the island on Tuesday for the January 9-11 camp. However, the Arnett Gardens man was left behind after funds to purchase a ticket for the flight were late in coming.

A source close to the club has since revealed to RJR Sports that Anderson left for the United States on Wednesday morning. The central defender will be one of 23 Caribbean players looking to impress scouts in order to obtain a Major League Soccer contract for the upcoming season.



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