Guyana battle Cuba today

CONCACAF U-17 Girls Football

Guyana U-17 Girls Football Assistant Coach, Tricia Munroe, exuded confidence ahead of their final group-D matchup today against Cuba at the National Track and Field Centre, Leonora in the CONCACAF Girls Football Championship.

Guyana faceoff with Cuba today from 17:00hrs in a must win fixture for both teams. Guyana lost 5-1 to Barbados in their opening game, while the Cubans drew with the Barbadians 0-0 in their first match.

Speaking at a press briefing held at the Princess Ramada Hotel, Providence, Munroe said, “I am 100 percent positive because we will be able to encourage and motivate the girls and even though Cuba is more technically sound than us, on game day it is who wants it more, who is hungrier”…..

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