Interim Reggae Boyz head coach Theodore ‘Tappa’ Whitmore has warned last season's top schoolboy player Jourdaine Fletcher of Cornwall College that his time in the national programme could be short-lived.
Whitmore said Fletcher fell short of the expectations including the physical aspect at the just-concluded national training camp, adding that the player's attitude and overall approach also need significant improvement.
“Jourdaine Fletcher must understand that the national programme or Montego Bay United or any other club not waiting on a Jourdaine Fletcher; we just finish a training camp and we have like four sessions. Jourdaine Fletcher could not complete four sessions; we could only get two sessions out of Jourdaine Fletcher,” said Whitmore.
In the meantime, Whitmore who was speaking on Thursday's edition of Sports Grillon Hitz 92 FM, has recommended intervention for the 19 year old striker to get back his career on the right track.
The Reggae Boyz are preparing for their defence of the Caribbean Cup next month and also their campaign at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in July.