Central American U19 is ready to start

MANAGUA, Nicaragua, October 28, 2019 - The XIII U19 Central American Men's Volleyball Championship will begin on Tuesday, October 29 at the Alexis Argüello Sports Center in Managua and the coaches of each of the teams expect a very even tournament, but above all they stand out the importance of this category that marks the beginning of the road in national teams of most players.

Tuesday 29 de October del 2019 12:00 PM

Dany Calderón, coach of El Salvador: "It is a group that is very lively, they are all new, we have three months of working with them, we have not been able to have them full time, because they still do not have the commitment created as a National Team athlete, and you have to create that commitment. Some take responsibility and pretend to pass it on to others. Like we all pretend to be on the podium, but the important thing is for the boys to enjoy, to start making friendship ties, that is the biggest gain that leave these tournaments".

Miguel Pagoaga, assistant of Honduras: "We come with a very young team, hoping to have good results with the difficulties that children in formation represent. We plan to be among the best four. That is our goal. It is a base job for the next Central American Sub 21, since this group will be working for a major goal in that tournament".

Osman Hernández, coach of Nicaragua: "We hope that the boys are motivated to be playing at home, we will try to play good games and stay on the podium. Of our group none has been in an international event, just yesterday (Sunday) we made a fire before Belize and we hope that they will dominate the pressure of being hosts".

Alberto Blanco, coach of Costa Rica: "Costa Rica comes from being a two-time Central American champion in this category, we come for the three-time championship. The boys by their age can have many ups and downs, but we have tried to emphasize that even if they are children of 14-16 years , they have to work hard and be professional. There are many countries that are coming up and we have to instill responsible work that takes us beyond the region".

Luis Fernando Castañeda, coach of Guatemala: "The boys are motivated, we have worked hard for the competition, some were in the Under 21 of El Salvador and that served as motivation for this team. We focus on each daily game and we want to make a good tournament, the competition will be very tough, couple, which is what has been seen in recent years".

Albert Humes, coach of Belize: "This tournament is difficult for us, we failed to complete a great team because we have school right now and that generated pressure on the boys. They trained hard and we thought we can do something good; These tournaments are very good; important because we are seeing the players of the future, we see the talents that are in development programs".


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