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Haiti - 2023 World Qualifiers : Our Grenadières gather (list)
Appointed at the beginning of February at the head of the senior Haitian women's team https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35829-haiti-football-the-french-nicolas-delepine-new-coach-of-the-grenadieres.html , the French national coach Nicolas Delépine communicated his list of players selected for these playoffs.
20 players including three goalkeepers are concerned by this, for the first two outings of the Haitians against Honduras on February 17 in the Dominican Republic and St Vincent and the Grenadines on February 20 in Cuba.
From Port-au-Prince : Madeline Fleurio, Maudeline Moryl and Nohamie Ambroise were the first players to join the Haitian delegation hotel in Santo Domingo, followed by Danielle Monique Étienne, Donia Salomon Ali, Mehgan St Cyr, Lara Sophia Larco and Milan Pierre Jérôme leaving the United States and Canada.
To these 8 players, we must add the 9 others from France who allowed the group to reach 17 on Monday evening. Accompanied by the technical staff headed by Nicolas Delépine, the French contingent made up of Nérilia, Batcheba, Roselore, Melchie Daelle, Ketna, Jennyfer, Roseline, Sherly and Shelsea, was welcomed by the management staff; the girls are all super motivated to tackle this new adventure which can lead them to the final phase of the FIFA world cup, Australia / New Zealand in 2023, to the olympic games in Paris 2024 and also to the female version of the Gold Cup that Concacaf plans to organize in 2024 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35791-haiti-football-an-important-battle-awaits-our-star-grenadieres.html
These 17 players had rendezvous in the Gym on Tuesday morning for a recovery session before working in the afternoon on the field to set up the game plan before starting these high-stakes playoffs with qualification tickets for these 3 international competitions.
List of players :
Lara Sofia Larco (Sunrise Prime FC)
Madelina Fleuriot (Exafoot)
Nahomie Ambroise (Anacaona)
Chelsea Surpris (Yzeure)
Jennyfer Limage (Grenoble Foot 38)
Méghane St-Cyr (Col. Eagles)
Mirlan Raquel Pierre Jerome Kethna Louis (University of Maryland)
Ruthny Mathurin (Ragin Cajuus Soccer)
Danielle Etienne (Fordham Rams)
Donya Salomon-Ali (FC Laval)
Maudeline Moryl (Exafoot)
Melchie Daelle Dumornay (Reims Stadium)
Sherly Jeudy (Le Havre)
Batcheba Louis (FC Issy)
Lauryn Sydney Oliver (Texas University)
Nérilia Mondesir (Montpellier)
Noa Olivia Ganthier (Weston FC)
Roseline Eloissaint (FC Nantes)
Roselord Borgella (FC Issy)
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