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Discussion in 'Caribbean' started by aguimarães, Apr 6, 2009.
**rubs hands Birdman-style**
Haiti have qualified for the U17 world cup in Brazil. #NouKapabNouValab
Congratulations HAITI .
https://www.fifa.com/news/canada-secure-first-concacaf-spot-at-u-17-world-cup is titled "Jubilant Haiti headline Concacaf quartet."
Gold Cup prelate
https://www.fifa.com/fifa-world-ranking/news/1605--haiti-ranking-story-495-w-3025160 is titled "Starlets help Haiti soar."
https://www.fifa.com/news/mexico-master-again-haiti-return-to-world-stage-3025280 is titled "Mexico master again, Haiti return to world stage."
And a 3rd and final friendly vs Guyana in Costa Rica
No Damus or Babalito, then?
Damus and the other guys on the prelist will be on the U23 team. Babalito is injured and hasn't played in a while.
Is that a strong team?
Stronger offensively, compared to the 2015 squad, midfield a bit of a concern.
Whose missing? Whatever happened to espoirs like Lascelles?
Jean-Ricner Bellegarde was injured in RC Lens Ligue 2 promotion playoff, but no one else is really missing.
The other players you're talking about probably aren't active in football anymore
From PSG Youth to no longer active... man Sa a FoU!
Bicou Bissainthe remplace Benji Michel
Wait...what? Are they allowed to do that? I thought you could only switch a player out of your final squad due to injury.
I believe the final 23 list is due 10 business days prior to the opening match, according to concacaf.
Soni Mustivar is injured and will miss the competition. He'll be replaced by Dutherson Clerveaux.
Mechack Jerome is out for the rest of the competition, as well as Ricardo Ade
Congratulations guys, defeating Costa Rica comes with good street cred.
Despite the instability, the Haitian NT is making their people proud.
Collat has the entire program running on diesel.
- u-20 girls reached the Wold Cup
- u-17 boys reached the World Cup
- the MNT won the NL/Gold Cup qualifying table...
- ...then won their Gold Cup group