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Good talent in Jamaica and I love my ackee and salfish - Spanish coach of MoBay Utd

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Montego Bay United's Spanish coach Carlos Garcia, has been described as a stern trainer, an astute coach, a disciplinarian, but he has one weakness - Jamaican food.
Garcia who took over the reins at the St James club in July, said he has been knocked off his feet by the national dish - ackee and salt fish.
"In the mornings I like ackee and salt fish," said Garcia with a smile on his face, moments before his team took the field against Tivoli Gardens on Sunday.
He continued: "I am very happy with the food here. I like a lot of local foods. I eat a lot of chicken, drink water and the juice is very good".
Garcia who is from Madrid in Spain, just missed out on his first title when Montego Bay United lost in the final of the all-island Flow Champions Cup to Reno on November 23.
But with a game in hand, he has led the MoBay outfit to fifth in the Red Stripe Premier League courtesy of five wins, four defeats and one draw from 10 games to be on 16 points, just seven points adrift of the leader Waterhouse FC.
Garcia has 10 years coaching experience working with the DAV Santa Ana club in the Madrid League moving up the ranks from youth coach to be head coach of the senior team.
In a club Montego Bay United release in July, it stated that: "Under his direction, the DAV Santa Ana junior players achieved their greatest successes which included becoming the first local team to score six goals against the Real Madrid youth team".
But after that relative success, what brought him to the shores of this small island?
"I had some offers from the United States and Thailand but I thought this was the best decision. It was Premier League, they are the champions, so I didn't think twice about it," he told the Jamaica Observer.
"I am getting used to some things but its quite good. I found a bunch of players that are really professional and I am very happy to work with them," he noted.
"I like to travel the island to know it a little bit more but most of the times I stay home and watch videos," he explained.
The Spaniard who has no qualms that he prefers Real Madrid over Barcelona, believes Jamaica has a bunch of talented players that need to be exposed.
"I think the talent is here. In my team there are six, seven players that could be playing overseas easily. The league has to improve but the talent is here," he noted.
Garcia who has a degree in Psychology from the Universidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid and who has a UEFA Level 3 coaching certificate, also worked with Aletico Madrid in their Psychology department with their Under-16 and Under-19 teams that won the championships in 2009/10 in Spain.
Between 2008 and 2011 he was the head coach of Universidad Complutense de Madrid winning the University Championship in 2009.

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