Celica players still think about Qatar: “If there are prospects, we will fight”

Some members of the Blue and White party consider that they can look forward to a return ticket to the World Cup, although it is a very remote chance, and therefore, they will seek victory in Jamaica

both defense Brian Tamakas like a goalkeeper Mario Gonzalezplayers for the national team of El Salvador, consider that the team will still have to “fight” for a ticket to the World Cup in Qatar as long as the mathematics allows it, although both agree in seeing it too far.

“As long as there is an opportunity, we will continue to fight… The idea is to carry on with this good image. Yesterday, before the Selecta trip to Kingston, the venue for the first match in this FIFA history, against Jamaica commented, Tamakas commented.

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For this sporting possibility to materialize, El Salvador will have to win its next three matches against it Jamaica, Costa Rica and Mexicoand wait Panama and Costa Rican Painting He loses all of his matches on this day of selections.

The right-back of the national team also highlighted the team’s progress in recent matches, based on the idea of ​​coach Hugo Perez’s game.

“Jamaica have improved a lot, but we have also given a lot of merit to earn the respect of other teams and we have to continue on this path. You have to stand up and look for the opponent’s goal from the first minute, that is the teacher’s idea”he added.

Jairo Henriquez in the Selecta match against Jamaica. Photo HRE / Jonatan Funes

For his part, Gonzalez loaned his partner in the sports issue, but insisted on focusing on presenting a good image at the conclusion of the tournament.

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“The chances are few, but if there are, we have to fight. The important thing is to finish this competition well, for what is to come. We have to do our job no matter what happens in the other matches.” The guard said.

On Tuesday evening, the players arrived in Kingston, after their stop in Miami, United States. Only three players made the trip the day before, via Panama, where they did not have a US visa: defender Lisandro Claros and forwards Kevin Santamaria and Stephen Vazquez.

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