Dean Sewell is no stranger to the Jamaican senior squad. The player who once represented New Hampshire College in the USA where he scored an amazing 40 goals in 53 games, earned his first national team call in 1993.
He was named to, and accompanied the squad that participated in the World Cup finals in France. However, to the disappointment of many fans, he received no playing time.
Sewell plays club football in the United States A-League for the Charleston Battery. He is used primarily as a defender/midfielder and is regarded as one of the club's top players. He joined Charleston in 1999, playing in 31 games and scoring eight goals. At the close of the A-League season, Dean returned to Jamaica and played for his former club, Constant Spring.
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'Two Face' was a NCAA Division 2 all American in 1996, when he played college soccer for New Hampshire. He is a very capable midfield player and is equally adept at the wingback positions. He loves to overlap and will not hesitate to shoot towards goal if given the slightest opportunity. His presence in the squad adds depth and experience and gives Technical Director, Clovis de Oliveira, a few more options.