Former Reggae Boy Alex Thomas appointed head coach of Jamaica Premier League team Molynes United Featured

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Molynes United Football Club has appointed Alex Thomas as their head coach for the upcoming Jamaica Premier League season.

In a statement released on Wednesday, the Jamaica Premier League outfit said Thomas has been charged with capitalizing on the club’s strengths and ensuring that the deliverables of the said club are met.

“Since its promotion to the Jamaica Premier League, the club has been on a path of creating a strong legacy in top flight football locally,” the statement said. “We are committed to ensuring there is a platform for not only growth but the continued success of our players, coaches and administrative staff.”

The 39-year-old Thomas takes up the position armed with a wealth of youth coaching experience, having coached at his alma mater Wolmer's Boys' School for over 10 years. He was also the head coach of Jamaica Premier League team Arnett Gardens FC from 2019- 2021.

As a player, Thomas was the captain of Jamaica's Under-17 team to the 1999 World Cup in New Zealand and was also a member of Jamaica’s Under20 team that qualified for the 2001 U20 Youth World Cup held in Argentina.

He has one cap for Jamaica's senior team, which he earned under Serbian Coach Bora Milutinovic in the Lunar Cup in China.

He will be supported by assistant coach Michael Blygen and goal-keepers' coach Lamar Brown.

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