President of the Jamaica Football Federation, JFF, Michael Ricketts, says it’s now looking increasingly likely that the Federation may be forced to play some of the national team’s World Cup qualifying home matches outside the country.

Ricketts says the continued restriction of spectators at the games is beginning to put a strain of the federation’s account.

He says while he understand the need to restrict gathering in order to control the spread of Covid-19 the federation need to generate venue.

Michael Ricketts, president of the JFF.