Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey has been dropped from Jamaica’s squad along with team-mate Marlon King after the duo broke curfew rules.
Neither man will play any part in the nation’s opening two World Cup qualifiers against Guatemala and Antigua and Barbuda.
A statement on the Jamaica Football Federation website read: "The Jamaica Football Federation wishes to advise that head coach of the national senior team, Theodore 'Tappa' Whitmore, has taken the decision to drop Marlon King and Chris Humphrey from the squad for the first two World Cup qualifying games for breaking curfew rules.
"This decision is consistent with the head coach's zero-tolerance approach for acts of indiscipline and indiscretion.
"The team has returned to its training base at Braco [in Jamaica] and will continue preparations for the opening World Cup Qualifier on Friday, June 8 at 8:30 pm at the National Stadium."
The 24-year-old made 40 appearances for the Steelmen this year, scoring two goals as Stuart McCall's team finished third in the Scottish Premier League.
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