SKN football team approaching El Salvador in a professional manner, says Coach Passy

Speaking at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, Coach Passy told the media that the one-week training camp in Mexico was tremendous. “We did fantastic exercises and a lot of tactical sessions,” Passy said. The camp was held at Mexico’s Universidad del Futbol.

Asked about the performance of the local, non-professional members of the team, Passy pointed out that there was no distinction among players on the team.

He said, “For us in this camp that we did, there are no local players, or players that come from the UK. There are only players. We all represent St. Kitts and Nevis. This is the team spirit in which we are trying to approach the game in the most professional way, and playing against an outstanding opponent, this is the way we’re approaching them.

Gerard Williams is a player on the national team who reports pluses for the team in the Mexico training camp. He said, “The experience in Mexico was great, you know, a different atmosphere. The coaching staff was tremendous. They had more equipment, and the environment was good. The experience was great for us – the team and the country.”

SKN-Football-Team-XRomaine Sawyers is an England based professional player and member of the national squad. He recounted his experience to the media, “We got to know each other better. With new coaches and staff, we got a chance to work with them and plan how we are going to get through the next two games.”

In a press statement issued by the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association (SKNFA), it welcomed Head Coach Jacques Passy to the team, as it prepares to encounter El Salvador, as it makes a bid to reach the Russia hosted World Cup in 2018.

The SKNFA release states, “Passy, who aside from his long coaching career in Mexico at all levels, is also the President of Johan Cruyff Institute Mexico. Mr. Passy brings with him a very experienced team with diverse specialties, complete with an opposition coach, a session planner and a physical trainer.

It continues, “The current coaching staff of Jeffrey Hazel and Shavon Douglas will be fully integrated towards creating the optimum team success.”

With just a few days to go the organizing committee is hard at work finalizing requirements for hosting the El Salvador team and officials, along with the national team. Meanwhile, the team continues its practice and strategy sessions leading up to the Thursday night clash of skills and experience at the Warner Park Football Stadium.

There has been some improvement in lighting, and the turf is in good condition. Officials indicate that all major elements are in place, as they fine-tune preparations for the match that will be streamed live to a global audience.

Tickets are already on sale at $50 for stadium seating, $30 for bleachers, $20 for children five to 12 years of age and children under five years enter free of charge.


SKN football team approaching El Salvador in a professional manner, says Coach Passy

Speaking at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, Coach Passy told the media that the one-week training camp in Mexico was tremendous. “We did fantastic exercises and a lot of tactical sessions,” Passy said. The camp was held at Mexico’s Universidad del Futbol.

Asked about the performance of the local, non-professional members of the team, Passy pointed out that there was no distinction among players on the team.

He said, “For us in this camp that we did, there are no local players, or players that come from the UK. There are only players. We all represent St. Kitts and Nevis. This is the team spirit in which we are trying to approach the game in the most professional way, and playing against an outstanding opponent, this is the way we’re approaching them.

Gerard Williams is a player on the national team who reports pluses for the team in the Mexico training camp. He said, “The experience in Mexico was great, you know, a different atmosphere. The coaching staff was tremendous. They had more equipment, and the environment was good. The experience was great for us – the team and the country.”

Romaine Sawyers is an England based professional player and member of the national squad. He recounted his experience to the media, “We got to know each other better. With new coaches and staff, we got a chance to work with them and plan how we are going to get through the next two games.”

In a press statement issued by the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association (SKNFA), it welcomed Head Coach Jacques Passy to the team, as it prepares to encounter El Salvador, as it makes a bid to reach the Russia hosted World Cup in 2018.

sk-boyz.jpguuuThe SKNFA release states, “Passy, who aside from his long coaching career in Mexico at all levels, is also the President of Johan Cruyff Institute Mexico. Mr. Passy brings with him a very experienced team with diverse specialties, complete with an opposition coach, a session planner and a physical trainer.

It continues, “The current coaching staff of Jeffrey Hazel and Shavon Douglas will be fully integrated towards creating the optimum team success.”

With just a few days to go the organizing committee is hard at work finalizing requirements for hosting the El Salvador team and officials, along with the national team. Meanwhile, the team continues its practice and strategy sessions leading up to the Thursday night clash of skills and experience at the Warner Park Football Stadium.

There has been some improvement in lighting, and the turf is in good condition. Officials indicate that all major elements are in place, as they fine-tune preparations for the match that will be streamed live to a global audience.

Tickets are already on sale at $50 for stadium seating, $30 for bleachers, $20 for children five to 12 years of age and children under five years enter free of charge.

 

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