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Hati – Elim. World Cup 2026: The Grenadiers are preparing to face Barbados (Video from the coach)

  • June 8, 2024
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Haiti – Elim. World Cup 2026: The Grenadiers are preparing to face Barbados (Video from the coach)
08/06/2024 10:03:54

Following their victory [2-1] against Saint Lucia en qualifying phase of the 2026 World Cup, the Grenadiers continued their preparation with intensive training at the stadium. The team was divided into two groups to optimize recovery and training.

Groupe 1 :
The players who were in greater demand in the match against St-Lucie were taken care of by the medical team for recovery care. This group includes: Fabrice Picault, Duckens Nazon, Duke Lacroix, Leverton Pierre, Jean-Kevin JK Duverne, Derrick Étienne, Frantzdy Pierrot and Johny Placide.

Groupe 2 : (reservists):
This group focused on intensive soccer training. The players concerned are: Danley Jean Jacques, Carl Fred Sainté, Deedson Louisius, Belmar Joseph Jr, Bryan Labissiere, Mikael Cantave, Christopher Attys, François Dulysse, Garven Metusala, Alexandre Pierre, and Mondy Prunier.

With their next challenge against Barbados on June 9 at 5:00 p.m. at Widley Turf Stadium (recently beaten [4-1] by Curaçao), the Grenadiers appear determined and ready to give the best of themselves to continue their victorious momentum.

Following this victory, French coach Sébastien Migné spoke about the performance of his players and the challenges ahead: “I am happy with the victory and the state of mind displayed by the team. Everyone’s attitude has been remarkable, even if we still have areas to improve,” he declared.

He also recognized the efforts of the opponent, who tried to trap the Grenadiers “The opponent did everything to trap us by practicing a low block to operate against. We were able to adapt and find solutions to get back on track and ultimately win. . Migné’s gaze is now turned towards the next match against Barbados “We will prepare to face Barbados, who will play at home. Every match is crucial and we must stay focused to continue this positive momentum. »

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