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The midfielder Samuel Piette and goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau, both of the organization of the Montreal Impact, have been selected by the canadian to a duel qualification of the League of nations CONCACAF.
Piette and Crépeau are in a list of 23 players released on Thursday by Canada Soccer in for a match against Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis at Basseterre on the 18th of November next, as Quebecers Zachary Brault-Guillard (Olympique Lyonnais) and Ballou Tabla (FC Barcelona B).
Canada has won its first two meetings in qualifying. He has defeated the u.s. Virgin Islands to the account of 8-0 and Dominica by a score of 5-0.
“It is an important match, for sure, and we’ll have a few small things to deal with in Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis, like the heat, the terrain and the lag, but this group can deal with it,” said head coach John Herdman. “This is actually why we’re excited: this will be a good challenge for our team spirit.”
Thirty-four countries are participating in the qualifier tournament. The best 10 will get their ticket to the Gold Cup CONCACAF in 2019, while the top six will move on to Group A of the League of Nations, in the company of Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Trinidad and Tobabo and the United States.