Under-15 squad selected for Concacaf
The Bermuda Football Association is pleased to announce the boys’ team that will participate in the Under-15 Concacaf Championships at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Bermuda have been drawn in group H of Division Two and will open their tournament against Antigua & Barbuda at 10am on August 5. The next day, the young Gombey Warriors will play Aruba at 10am. They will play their last group game on August 8 against St Vincent & Grenadines at 11am.
The group winners will advance to the Division Two semi-finals.
The team and staff are:
Milai Perot, Keyni Mills, Nicholas Kempe Jr, Stefan Jones, Amir Dill, Benjamin Osset, Adrian Trott, Lazai Outerbridge, Hunter Outerbridge, Jacob Hodder, Eijaz Shakir, Ahtaio Burgess, Camajé Easton-Smith (captain), Sincere Hall, Riley Robinson, Ajani Burchall, Sachiel Ming, Remy Coddington.
Staff: Aaron Lugo (head coach), Dashun Cooper (assistant coach), Martin Wolffe (mental strength coach), Kiwon Williams (physio), Manny Faria (manager).
The team will depart Bermuda on Friday.
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