“I think the team is much different now than it was back in 2008. I know it is still not where we want it to be, but it wasn't as organized back then as it is now. We didn't have an equipment
manager and we didn't have a team manager to travel with us. And they gave us fried chicken — nothing of real nutrients that we should be putting in our bodies before we play in matches. So I am
happy that improvements have been made, but with that said, we still have a long way to go."
-- Christina Chang
, who last played for Jamaica in qualifying for the 2008 Olympic
women's soccer competition and has come out of retirement to help the Reggae Girlz reach the semifinals of the Concacaf Women's Championship, where they face the USA on Sunday. The 33-year-old Chang,
who was born and raised in Florida, works as an air traffic controller at Miami International Airport. (Jamaica Observer