Mexican Jacques Passy, coach of St. Kitts and Nevis, trained double shift yesterday with his selection. He did morning in their hotel, where he conducted a training revival, while in the afternoon we worked on the complex of the Salvadoran Football Federation (FESFUT), the tactical part.
Jacques is aware that the match tomorrow against El Salvador will be very difficult in the Cuscatlán stadium in El Salvador, possessing a selection of “players who are inexperienced in playing high-level matches,” but remained confident that the team will do well and spent hours during the last few days leading up to the match concentrating more on mentally than tactically preparing for the match .
“We are trying to do mental work.,” said Passy
In this respect the Technical Director of St. Kitts and Nevis sees his players need not have stage fright and not be intimidated by the Cuscatlan Stadium and their fans. “I would hope that people will not add a negative dimension to the game and that we understand what El Salvador is playing at home. I am preparing for a Cuscatlán crowd, with great support for El Salvador as it should be and as it would be in any country in the world where you’re playing qualifying, “said the St.Kitts-Nevis coach.
“Honestly it is a country with many more football history than us. For us having achieved a draw in St. Kitt is historic. What is for us a historic result for you is a disappointing result. When you have those distances, it is clear that greater pressure to feel for the game tomorrow is El Salvador ,” Passy Concluded