Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA, Jamaica) tour of Bermuda 1971/72

The tour was arranged by the Devonshire Recreational Club of Bermuda.  The KSAFA selected
squad was virtually identical to the Jamaican national team, preparing for Olympic Games
qualifying matches, with the addition of the professional player Allan 'Skill' Cole.


26-12-71  Pembroke Hamilton Club       2-3  KSAFA
28-12-71  Bermuda Football Union       3-4  KSAFA
30-12-71  Devonshire Colts             1-1  KSAFA
 2- 1-72  Bermuda F.A. (national team) 0-0  KSAFA
 4- 1-72  Somerset C.C. Trojans        1-2  KSAFA

KSAFA were reportedly the first foreign team ever to defeat Somerset, which had drawn with
West Ham United (England) and beaten teams from Haiti, Canada, USA, and Jamaica.

 Managers: Winston Chung and Joseph Sanguinetti
 Coach: George Thompson.
 Players: Lloyd Morgan (GK), Bruce Black (GK), Carl Brown, Milverton Brooks, Calvin Stewart,
          Mario McLennon, David Bernard, Errol Barrett, Devon Jeffrey, Arthur Lattimore,
          Carlton Smith, Leaford Hardie, Warren Tullonge, Owen Stewart, Arnold Roberts,
          Richard Davey, Howard Bell, Clarence Prendes, Kenneth Campbell, Allan Cole,
          Herbert Gordon.

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Sources: The Bermuda Recorder, The Daily Gleaner (Jamaica)

Prepared and maintained by Neil Morrison for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Neil Morrison
Last updated: 13 Feb 2014

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