Preparation for Friendly Match: Mexican Coach and Team Ready for Jamaica
Luis Fernando Tena and his team are in the final phase of their preparation for the upcoming friendly match against Jamaica. The match is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 11 at the Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.
The players selected by the Mexican coach have been training at the CAR (High Performance Center) of the National Soccer Federation of Guatemala. However, they will depart for the United States on Thursday, November 9.
The team will have their last morning training session and then head towards La Aurora International Airport in the afternoon.
The National Team is scheduled to leave the CAR at 4:30 p.m., with their flight departing at 7:30 p.m.
If everything goes according to plan, they will arrive in New York at 1:30 AM on Friday, November 10. After some rest, the team will conduct a field reconnaissance in the afternoon, leading up to the match on Saturday, November 11 at 6:00 p.m.
This match against Jamaica not only serves as a “revenge” opportunity but also allows Luis Fernando Tena to assess players who may be considered for the World Cup qualifiers starting in 2024.
From the initial squad announced by the Mexican coach, Rodrigo Saravia, Alejandro Galindo, and Erick Lemus have been dropped, while Lynner García has been added.
If the Guatemala National Team does not confirm any other matches in the coming days, the game against Jamaica will be their last fixture for 2023, a year in which they have played 17 matches.
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