Jobi McAnuff has been included in Jamaica’s final 23-man squad for the Copa America which will be hosted by Chile. The Reggae Boyz will make their first appearance in the tournament after Japan rejected an invitation to play in the competition and China withdrew due to a clash with their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification fixtures.
Winfried Schäfer’s side will begin their campaign on 13th June against Uruguay and they will then face Paraguay on the 16th June, before ending the group stage against Argentina on the 20th of June.
The final will take place in Chile’s capital Santiago on the 4th July.
To date McAnuff has been capped by the Reggae Boyz on 13 occasions and the 33 year-old was a part of the team that won the Caribbean Cup in 2014.