Even though Clément Diop seems to be identified as Montreal’s first goalkeeper next season, young man James Pantemis still believes he can play in Major League Soccer (MLS) Finish the work.
Pantemis, along with his CF teammate in Montreal, is currently training in Florida, and other members of the club will join them to end the training camp and start the 2021 campaign.
In recent weeks, the 24-year-old goalkeeper has put on the color of the Canadian team for the Tokyo Olympic Qualifying Tournament. Although Canada was unable to get tickets to prestigious games, Pantemis proved that he was in a leading position in the game. The young man closed the door twice, and Maple Leaf maintained a 2-1-1 record.
“Before our championship game begins, I have the opportunity to compete in high-level competitions. I am ready. We are ready to fight for the current position. I firmly believe that no matter who holds the job, we will work hard. Diop hinted, He analyzed that this is what you want to be a member of the team.
In addition to recent experience in Canada, Pantemis also based on his experience in 2020, saying that he is ready for the next step.
Last year, the Beira Provincial Club lent him to Valor FC, where he played 7 games in the Canadian Super League. He also maintained the Impact goal in three games in October.
“Whether in Montreal or in the Canadian team, I work hard. When I call my name, my job is to be ready.”
“Frankly, I think I’m in my career right now,” Pantemis added when talking about the starter position. I am still young, but I no longer want to come from college. For me, this is a very important year and I want to start a few games. My goal this year is to promote Clément and promote myself. “
“I don’t want to say that it is working, but I know it’s time to let go and show my quality. I want to prove that I can be number one in this league.”