'Tuffy' set for Boys' Town move

January 05, 2018
Striker Jermain 'Tuffy' Anderson playing for Waterhouse in September 2013 against Boys' Town.

Former national senior team striker, Jermain 'Tuffy' Anderson is in talks with struggling Red Stripe Premier League club, Boys' Town FC for a possible move to the Red Brigade during this month's transfer window.

Andrew Price, head coach of Boys' Town said that Anderson has expressed a desire to come to the club and help them battle relegation.

Boys' Town are in last position on 11 points in the 12-team league.

"There are some discussions with the player. He has expressed an interest to help the club," Price told Star Sports yesterday.

"I need to see him, I know what he can do on the pitch, but I need to see the condition that he is in," the coach added.

The 38 year-old Anderson also confirmed his interest in representing the team.

"I will be starting training with Boys' Town next Monday. Allie McNab (Boys' Town executive member) asked me to come and help and I have accepted," Anderson shared.

Anderson played for six seasons at Waterhouse where he was a prolific scorer. He left that club in 2016 for Mount Pleasant in St Ann. He also represented Village United, Seba United (now Montego Bay United) and Wadadah in the local premier league, and also CD Aguila of El Salvador.

Meanwhile, Price confirmed that four players have signed for the Red Brigade earlier this week. They are Shawn McKoy and Andre Dawson, formerly of Waterhouse; Bebeto McDonald (Arnett Gardens) and Javaughn Mitchell (Tivoli Gardens).

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