Communication officials for national football captain Kenwyne Jones, says that contrary to reports, he will not be lining up with central FC for their Concacaf Premier League match against Vancouver Whitecaps tonight.
Jones, who recently signed for Atlanta United, is still in the process as being secured by Central FC on loan.
The following is a statement issued by Jones' communications team.
National football captain Kenwyne Jones has signed a contract with MLS Club Atlanta United.
CNC3 has been reliably informed that 31-year-old Jones, who was up to recently also being linked to local club, Central FC, signed the contract today following extensive talks with the club.
Reports by several US media houses had linked Jones to the club earlier this week, although Central FC named him on a provisional list to compete in the CONCACAF Champions League, pending a signature from him.
National football captain, Kenwyne Jones is appealing to citizens to turn out in their numbers at tomorrow's World Cup Qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Jones says the team was not at their best when they defeated St Vincent and the Grenadines 3-2 in St Vincent on Friday but says they want to rewrite history on the road to Russia.
The following is a statement issued by Jones' public relations team:
Kenwyne Jones scores dramatic Cardiff goal as Bluebirds edge past Brentford FC.
Trinidad-born Kenwyne Jones was pivotal in securing the win for Cardiff City F.C. against Brentford FC in Tuesday's dramatic showdown that saw the rivals both aggressively seeking club promotion this season.
Bluebird loyalists were in for a trio of goal treats from their beloved team, which started in the 20th minute.