MIAMI, Florida – Montserrat has become one of the great revelations of recent years, not only in Concacaf, but in world football.
The Caribbean island with a population of almost five thousand inhabitants is one of the toughest opponents in the region, and there is no better example of this than its performance in the Ranking of the Concacaf Nations League.
The Emerald Boys racked up three wins and a 2-1 last-minute loss to El Salvador, narrowly missing out on automatic qualification for the gold Cup Concacaf 2019.
That little mistake has made Montserrat hungrier and his game, both in League B of the 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League, as in the Concacaf Qualifier to the Qatar World Cup 2022 suggests they might be on the verge of something special in the preliminaries of the Gold Cup 2021.
Things start for Montserrat on July 2, when they face Trinidad and Tobago in the first round.
Montserrat reaches this stage after finishing second in their group in the B League of the Concacaf Nations League and the Concacaf Qualifier to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Leading the team will be the forward Lyle taylor, who scored five goals in all four games for Montserrat in the tie, including two goals in a 2-2 draw in Old and bearded, and in the 2-1 victory in Granada.
As always, Montserrat will have a team that has extensive experience playing in Europe, with 24 players from the coach’s provisional roster. Willie donachie from the lower leagues of England.
Besides the dangerous Taylor from Nottingham Forest, is the defender Crewe Alexandra’s Donervon Daniels, Maidenhead United defenders James Comley and Rohan Ince, and Bolton Wanderers’ midfielder Brandon Comley.
After being the only team to win three games in the Concacaf Nations League and does not qualify for the 2019 Gold Cup, Montserrat will leave to take the next step in 2021, starting with Trinidad and Tobago in the preliminaries.
East Article It was taken from the official Concacaf website.