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Marlon Sent Home By Jamaica

Marlon King has been sent home by the Jamaican Football Federation after allegedly breaking curfew the night before a friendly game against Panama.

The Jamiaca Observer reports that King, who was recalled to the international team after a three year absence has been dropped from the national team along with his room-mate Chris Humphrey of Motherwell.

It’s not the first time for King to fall foul of curfew rules having been dropped from the team in 2006 under similar circumstances.

King had been a second half substitute in both of the Jamaica friendlies played against Panama.


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