(born 25 April in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer, who plays as a winger for Scottish Premier League side Motherwell. He has also played for the Jamaican national side winning more than 50 caps. Daley was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He has played for Portmore United in his homeland, Charleston Battery, in the United States, and English side Bradford City along with loan spells at Reading, Preston North End and Rotherham United. He is known as "ratty".
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Motherwell winger Omar Daley intends to show Inverness Caledonian Thistle what life in the fast lane is like when the Highlanders visit Fir Park on Saturday. By Ewing Grahame The Jamaican flier plans to turn on the after-burners in order to leave
[ESPN.co.uk] - Currently third in the SPL but coming off the back of successive defeats to Rangers and Celtic, an opener from Omar Daley and two strikes from Jamie Murphy ensured a comfortable victory for the Steelmen, who were runners-up in the competition last
[Yorkshire Post] - We suffered bad luck with Omar Daley getting injured and also had other things that went against us. We went to Notts County and were poor in losing 3-0, but I remember some fans turning on the players, chanting things like 'you're not fit to wear the
[FirParkCorner] - When Inverness arrived for the opener in the third week of July, Michael Higdon and Nicky Law were the new faces in claret and amber and they were soon to be joined by Tim Clancy and Omar Daley. We had a spectacular start. Wins against St Mirren and
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Motherwell, with Steve Jennings on the bench after a hamstring problem, have not picked up three points at home since September, but they began at a high tempo with Omar Daley playing up front alongside Michael Higdon in an attacking formation.
[Advertiser Series] - 9 City loan Omar Daley to Rotherham and pick up Kevin Ellison in return. 12 Ellison is an instant hit by firing the winner against Wycombe. 18 City are on TV for the first time in three years but lose again to Port Vale. 22 The Bantams drop to fourth
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Omar Daley set the ball rolling with the opener and Jamie Murphy claimed a double before Ojamaa put the gloss on the win late on. Queen's found themselves trailing after just six minutes. Daley cut inside from the right and did well to hold off two
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Motherwell threw Omar Daley and Chris Humphrey into the action for the second half but Rangers still looked more likely to find the back of the net again. They doubled their advantage after 55 minutes when Aluko collected a short pass from Healy and