2019 Gold Cup: Injury Related Roster Changes

June 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Concacaf today announced the roster changes made by the participating Member Associations for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, with six teams making changes, with the teams making changes not including Bermuda or any of the teams we are set to play against.

In accordance with the Competition Regulations, injury related changes are allowed to the final 23-player rosters for the Group Stage until 24 hours before each team’s first match. Any replacements must come from the preliminary 40-player rosters and must be approved by Concacaf.

As of today [June 15] the following changes have been approved by Concacaf:

CURACAO
IN: Kenji Gorre
OUT: Gervane Kastaneer

HONDURAS
IN: Jose Alejandro Reyes Cerna
OUT: Andy Ariel Najar Rodriguez

MARTINIQUE
IN: Gregory Richard Enelda
OUT: Wesley Georges Jobello

MEXICO
IN: Carlos Uriel Antuna Romero
OUT: Jorge Eduardo Sanchez Ramos

PANAMA
IN: Ernesto Walker
OUT: Anibal Godoy

UNITED STATES
IN: Reggie Cannon
OUT: Tyler Adams

IN: Djordje Aleksandar Mihalovic
OUT: Duane Holmes

The 23-player final rosters have been selected and submitted by each Participating Member Associations and are published as such. In order to be eligible to play in the Concacaf Gold Cup, all players are subject to and must fully comply with the criteria stipulated in the applicable FIFA and Gold Cup player eligibility regulations.

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Bermuda’s 23-player team includes Nahki Wells, Dante Leverock, Jonte Smith, Reggie Lambe, Dale Eve, Oliver Jalen Harvey, Calon Minors, Roger Lee, Kacy Milan Butterfield, Jaylon Bather, Lejaun Simmons, Donte Brangman, Chikosi Basden, Zeiko Lewis, Willie Clemons, Jahquil Hill, Osagi Bascome, Cecoy Robinson, Justin Donawa, Wendell Tre Ming, Liam Evans, Marco Warren, and Quinaceo Hunt.

The Gombey Warriors will take on Haiti on June 16th in Costa Rica, then Costa Rica on June 20th in Dallas, and then match up against Nicaragua on June 24th in New Jersey, and in an effort to provide comprehensive coverage of Bermuda’s debut in this highly prestigious regional competition, Bernews has a dedicated reporter traveling with the team in order to bring all the latest action and insights, with the special coverage thanks to the support of Butterfield & Vallis, One Communications, and Bermuda Security Group.

If you want additional coverage, please feel free to join Bernews new Sports Facebook group, where our traveling reporter is providing daily updates and some ‘behind the scenes’ coverage.

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