Stand-in Head Coach Merron Gordon says his Reggae Boyz squad is in what he describes as fair condition ahead of their game against Morocco this morning.

The Reggae Boyz face the North Africans at 10:00 am (Jamaica time) in a four-group competition being facilitated by Qatar in Vienna, Austria.

That's what gordon says albeit the group isn't preferably where he needs it, as far as wellness and molding, they need to now look past that.

"Their wellness isn't where you believe they should be to play a worldwide game, yet we need to quit focusing on that and perceive how best we can push ahead with the group

strategically [and] how we can move toward the game, being that we're not so fit as could really be expected," Gordon said on Monday.

"The young men are doing all around well. They really buckled down in Jamaica for around eight days and since we've been here, they've been functioning also."

The 30-man crew comprises of an enormous number of players who carry out their specialty in the Jamaica Premier League, a considerable lot of whom have never at any point played worldwide football.

Be that as it may, Gordon is depending on the more experienced players in the camp to direct the debutants through the game.

"Since Adrian Mariappa came in, it's been going shockingly better," he said. "Global football is about strategic correspondence and that much we realized he would give, particularly from the back.

We have Amal [Knight], who has some measure of involvement; Fabion McCarthy as well. The young men are making an honest effort, and playing global football